In March, we travelled to Romania with over a dozen participants: Our training on Rewilding & Human-Wildlife Conflicts in cooperation with the Romanian Ranger Association taught rangers from 12 European countries how the reintroduction of bison in the south-eastern Carpathians incorporates the needs of local people and showed possible solutions to conflicts between communities and large wild animals.

Meanwhile, in the backdrop of the Țarcu Mountains, we on the Board met to strategise further training and other ways in which we can advance Europe’s rangers. Read also: a double interview with our President and the Europarc President on common intersections, a ranger from Spain who helped reconstruct the recent record migration of a wolf in Europe and our first edition of the new format “Two Rangers, Two Projects”, which gradually shows the full range of the work of rangers.

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