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Wolf workshop

Wolf workshop

On 18th December in Puszcza Swietokrzyska, we organized a "wolf…

Wolf Scyzor

Wolf year 2021 – photo trap footage

The year 2021 is coming to an end. These twelve months have been a…

Forest

Wolves and their prey on trail crossings

As we wrote in the note "Wolves and their prey on crossing trails" of…

Wolf pack on photo trap

Wolves in the Daleszyckie Forest

During summer and autumn, we again managed to confirm the presence of…

Wilk Geralt

Wolf Geralt

On 16th of November, we managed to catch a fourth wolf in the…

Mapa wilk Scyzor

Scyzor is lost

In late October, we reported that the wolf Scyzor had found a…

Wolf workshop

Wolf workshop

On 18th December in Puszcza Swietokrzyska, we organized a "wolf workshop" for the winners of our photo contest.

MEHR

Wolf Scyzor

Wolf year 2021 – photo trap footage

The year 2021 is coming to an end. These twelve months have been a very productive time for us, in which we have managed to collar two more…

MEHR

Forest

Wolves and their prey on trail crossings

As we wrote in the note "Wolves and their prey on crossing trails" of 14 September 2019, ungulates can be recorded in the same places where…

MEHR

Wolf pack on photo trap

Wolves in the Daleszyckie Forest

During summer and autumn, we again managed to confirm the presence of the wolf family in the Daleszyckie Forest.

MEHR


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For us, the protection of species is inextricably linked to education and development. Our approach “Education 4 Conservation (E4C)” is a holistic approach. It brings together wildlife conservation, community development and education. This can only be achieved through continuous and sustainable measures planned and implemented in cooperation with the people living in the communities next to the wildlife areas.
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For us, the protection of species is inextricably linked to education and development. Our approach “Education 4 Conservation (E4C)” is a holistic approach. It brings together wildlife conservation, community development and education. This can only be achieved through continuous and sustainable measures planned and implemented in cooperation with the people living in the communities next to the wildlife areas.
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