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Feature

8 Key messages from the Rewilding the Sea Conference

8  Key messages from the Rewilding the Sea Conference
By Rewilding Britain
30 Jun 2020

What we want to share from 2020’s Rewilding the Sea Conference (the best bits).

News

The Langholm Moor Community Buyout: tackling climate change, ecological restoration and community regeneration

The Langholm Moor Community Buyout: tackling climate change, ecological restoration and community regeneration
By Rewilding Britain
07 May 2020

In the South of Scotland the community of Langholm is preparing for one of the most ambitious plans of a generation.

Feature

Beavers: getting ready to make a return from extinction

Beavers: getting ready to make a return from extinction
By Rewilding Britain
21 May 2020

After centuries of absence, beavers are set to return to the Norfolk countryside this spring thanks to the pioneering work of Wild Ken Hill.

Interview

Extinction? Re-pelican.

Extinction? Re-pelican.
30 Apr 2019

'Rebirding: Rewilding Britain and its Birds' offers a bold look at the past, present and future.

News

Reduce flood risk through rewilding, says report

Reduce flood risk through rewilding, says report
05 Sep 2016

A Rewilding Britain report highlights the key role of rewilding in reducing flood risk across Britain

Feature

Five brilliant facts about beavers

Five brilliant facts about beavers
27 Jul 2016

Inspired by the River Otter Beaver Trial in Devon, environmental campaigner Brenda Pollack rounds up five reasons to be a beaver believer

Feature

White Stork – here’s why they’re such an uplifting opportunity

White Stork – here’s why they’re such an uplifting opportunity
20 Jun 2016

What would the reintroduction of the iconic White Stork mean to Britain - and the very idea of rewilding itself? We caught up with ecologist…

Opinion

Here come the New Radicals

Here come the New Radicals
27 Apr 2016

The unrestrained idealism and energy of young people could dramatically force the pace of change when it comes to rewilding, says Nick Harvey

Opinion

The lynx debate: why claims that sheep increase biodiversity are wrong

The lynx debate: why claims that sheep increase biodiversity are wrong
25 Apr 2016

The National Sheep Association (NSA) recently published a report including claims that sheep farming benefits biodiversity. Rewilding Britain…

Feature

Winning hearts and minds in Argentina

Winning hearts and minds in Argentina
09 Mar 2016

The rewilding of Los Esteros del Iberá is making great progress – and there are valuable lessons we can learn, says John Jackson

Feature

11 Quite Interesting Things We Learned About Wolves

11 Quite Interesting Things We Learned About Wolves
By Rewilding Britain
22 Oct 2015

We spent two fascinating days at the Wolf Awareness Weekend…

Feature

Living with predators

Living with predators
By Rewilding Britain
19 Sep 2015

There's room in Scotland for different land uses - farming and top predators can co-exist

Feature

The beaver is back! And Jim Crumley's been watching them

The beaver is back! And Jim Crumley's been watching them
By Rewilding Britain
14 Jul 2015

Read an extract from his new book 'Nature's Architect: the beaver's return to our wild landscapes.'