Climate changes will endanger rare ecosystems, including a unique Scottish coast

2014 - 03 - 31
Climate changes will endanger rare ecosystems, including a unique Scottish coast

Temperature changes connected with global warming will also impact unique ecosystems all over the world. Even small temperature oscillations are often enough to cause their devastation. For example, coastal ecosystems in the north-west Scotland, as well as the polar bear population can experience destruction. Climatologists then warn the restoration of such damaged ecosystems is impossible.

This is stated in the second part of the complex report on the climate state of the Earth issued recently …

Climate changes will endanger rare ecosystems, including a unique Scottish coast

National Geographic, BBC, Forbes, Die Welt, Focus… World media report on European Wildlife

2014 - 02 - 28

Cooperation with top experts and attractive projects in nature conservation have brought the attention of leading world media to the conservation organization European Wildlife in the past months. The projects are noticed by on-line issues of magazines and newspapers such as National Geographic, BBC, Forbes, Die Welt, Focus and others.

„We are trying to make our projects in the way they would be based on the latest scientific findings and at the same time we …


Wisent rescue in Europe is only at the half-way point

2014 - 01 - 13

The wisent population in Europe has been growing over the last few years. The road to this species rescue will be long, though. „For the safety of the European bison population, it is very important to increase the population number to the level of 10,000 individuals. The current size of the population amounts to the level of half of the required state, so a lot of challenges are still in front of us. Each herd, …


European Wildlife has obtained the first wisent herd for an reintroduction project

2013 - 12 - 31

The conservation organization European Wildlife obtained a herd of the first five wisents in Poland in the past days. Next year the animals will be released under the reintroduction project in Central Europe, specifically in the Czech Republic. 

The breeding group composed of one male and four females was obtained from Poland by European Wildlife via its local organization Czech Landscape on the basis of a agreement with the European Bison Friends Society. This international


A bear has been spotted at the borders between Hungary and Serbia.

2013 - 12 - 09

Hungarian custom officers have seen a bear crossing the Hungary-Serbian state border. In these lowland regions, however, these large carnivores do not occur. The animal probably set out on a several-hundred-kilometre long journey while searching food.

The bear was caught by an infrared customs camera at a border village of Hercegszanto at night to Wednesday. “A patrol car was sent to investigate it and confirm if it really was a bear,” Hungarian web sites cited


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