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DISCOVER THE MAMMALS OF EUROPE

Discover the mammals of Europe is a campaign aiming at supporting people and organisations working on mammal conservation and research in Europe

Otter rescued for the first time

Otter rescued for the first time
After more than a month of treatment and care by experts, an injured otter was...

Buy a marl quarry

Buy a marl quarry
Marl quarries are important hideaways for bats in northwestern Europe. Thousands of bats from more...

Updated Portuguese Red book

Updated Portuguese Red book
Portugal published an updated Red book of Portuguese mammals. Since the previous assessment in 2005, the number of threatened species increased from 18 to 24. The update was possible thanks to new field data. The number of species with insuffient data for assessment decreased with 50%.

Position on the EC’s communication on wolves

Position on the EC’s communication on wolves
On the 4th September 2023 the European Commission spread a Press Release about wolves in...

Batloggers for Wildlife Montenegro

Batloggers for Wildlife Montenegro
The Habitat Foundation supports nature researchers and conservationists in Eastern Europe. The support can be...

Wildfire destroys Mouse-tailed dormouse habitat

Wildfire destroys Mouse-tailed dormouse habitat
Wildfires threatened the only existing population of Roach's mouse-tailed dormouse in Bulgaria this summer. Action is needed to save this dormouse for Europe's fauna.

Garden Dormouse Conservation Initiative

Garden Dormouse Conservation Initiative
The garden dormouse is losing terrain in Europe. Since 1978 it disappeared from half of...

Is the marbled polecat in North Macedonia?

Is the marbled polecat in North Macedonia?
On the 6th of August 2022, Jeffrey Peereboom from the Habitat Foundation visited North Macedonia...

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