Projects

Projects & Reserves

Valle del Bisonte

Cantabrian Mountains, Spain

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Coto Doñana

Andalusia, Spain

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Peña Negra

Extremadura, Spain

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Lake Kartal Eco Park

Danube Delta, Ukraine

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Valle del Bisonte

After 15,000 years, European bison, wild pottoka horses and other megafauna return to long-lost habitat in the Cantabrian Mountains. Goal of the project is ecological restoration and sustainable management of the forest landscape.

Peña Negra

The spectacular landscapes of Peña Negra in Extremadura harbour Europe’s last truly free ranging horse population.

Coto Doñana

Coto Doñana is one of Europe’s most important wetland reserves and supports important resident populations of threatened species like Iberian lynx, Adalbert’s eagle, marbled teal, and white-headed duck.

Danube Delta

True Nature Foundation together with the Centre for Regional Studies (CRS) and the Municipality of Orlovka, reintroduced Carpathian water buffalo in the Danube Delta ecosystem in Ukraine. Main goal is restoration and enrichment of wetland ecosystems, while making the region more climate change resilient.