We are launching a new initiative aiming at increasing the population size of scavenging birds in the Central Apennines.
Tag: Rewilding Apennines
The number of Griffon vultures monitored via GPS satellite trackers in the Central Apennines is growing
During this autumn, the monitoring of the Griffon vultures’ population in the Central Apennines is going on
For a week the Central Apennines become the inspirational scenario for numerous European organizations that deal with rewilding and want to grow and work together.
A concrete contribution to the rewilding: the multisensorial experience of Elena in the Central Apennines
Through volunteering and internship programs, Rewilding Apennines gives the opportunity to many young people to have professional and life experiences in direct contact with nature. This is Elena Viti’s story.
Held in the village of Pettorano sul Gizio, many of whose residents are already experiencing the economic benefits of rewilding, the event brought together entrepreneurs from across Italy.
The white-clawed crayfish, which is a keystone species in freshwater ecosystems, is in decline across much of Europe. A positive feasibility study carried out on streams in the Central Apennines rewilding area means a restocking programme can now be carried out, thereby enhancing the ecological condition of these waterways.