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Henri Kerkdijk-Otten

Henri Kerkdijk-Otten

Chairman, Megafauna Specialist
Henri Kerkdijk-Otten has a lifetime of experience in understanding the megafauna of our prehistoric world. His interest and research today focuses on the reconstruction and rebirth of Europe's original mega-fauna such as the Aurochs, Wild Horse and Water Buffalo.

Guido Beauchez

Guido Beauchez

Fundraiser, Consultant
Guido Beauchez is an all-weathered, versatile marketeer and fundraiser with an extensive management and consulting background in both the profit as not-for-profit sector. Over the last 15 years he directed one start-up, two musea and a charity organisation. 

Arend de Haas

Arend de Haas

Conservation Ecologist
Arend de Haas is a conservation ecologist with over 15 years of experience with wildlife and habitat conservation, ecotourism and sustainable community projects in Africa, Europe and Asia.

Hans Lenstra

Hans Lenstra

Board Member
Hans Lenstra (Utrecht University, Netherlands) has worked for 35 years on molecular evolution, eukaryotic gene structure, genome characterization and molecular diversity of livestock and wildlife. 

Anciles Valley Wildlife Reserve

After 15,000 years, European bison and other megafauna return to long-lost habitat in the Cantabrian mountains, Northern Spain. Goal of the project is ecological restoration and sustainable management of the forest landscape. Anciles Valley Wildlife Reserve is being developed into an important model project for ecological and rural development. Landscape and ecological values are protected and restored, the area’s natural resilience to climate change will be improved whilst encouraging the use of the reserve as a resource for wildlife-based ecotourism and delivering a range of ecological services.

Coto Doñana Wildlife Reserve

Doñana National Park in Andalusia occupies the right bank of the Guadalquivir river at its estuary on the Atlantic Ocean. It is notable for the great diversity of its biotopes, especially lagoons, marshlands, fixed and mobile dunes, scrub woodland and maquis. It is one of the largest heronries in the Mediterranean region and is the wintering site for more than 500,000 water fowl each year.

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