A bear mother and her cubs in a meadow

Wild Carpathia

The Carpathian Mountains are the wildest mountain range in Europe. They are home to the last unfragmented old growth forests of Europe, the highest concentration of large carnivores and host the richest biodiversity.

Old growth forest Romania

Rewilding Romania

Romania’s natural world is arguably one of Europe’s last true wilderness areas. It's a refuge for European wildlife in an otherwise densely populated continent. To help protect and rewild this landscape, we have partnered with Foundation Conservation Carpathia.

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Tracking lynx in the southern Carpathian mountains

Tracking Lynx

Earlier this year, I travelled to Romania’s Carpathian Mountains to track one of Europe’s most charismatic species - the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx). We climbed mountains, waded through rivers and hiked knee deep in fresh snow in the footsteps of the elusive lynx.

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Two men planting trees in the Southern Carpathian mountains

Tree Planting

Following the forest restitution in 2005, massive clear-cuts have destroyed thousands of hectares in the Southern Carpathians. In this article, we look at how we and our partners restore these illegally felled areas, the processes we use and the trees we plant.

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A European brown bear with her two cubs on a rocky hill

Brown Bears

Few animals capture the imagination quite like brown bears. Here we’d like to share an insight into the lovable beast, its behavioural patterns, feeding habits, importance as a keystone species, its threats and what we are doing to protect the brown bear.

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An FCC ranger in the Southern Carpathians

Support Ranger Patrols

Regular patrols and having a presence in the mountains really help protect the existing old growth forests from illegal logging and poaching, as well as building a bridge between the conservation world and local communities.

Read More

A bear mother and her cubs in a meadow

Wild Carpathia

The Carpathian Mountains are the wildest mountain range in Europe. They are home to the last unfragmented old growth forests of Europe, the highest concentration of large carnivores and host the richest biodiversity.

A bear mother and her cubs in a meadow

Wild Carpathia

Old growth forest Romania

Rewilding Romania

Romania’s natural world is arguably one of Europe’s last true wilderness areas. It's a refuge for European wildlife in an otherwise densely populated continent. To help protect and rewild this landscape, we have partnered with Foundation Conservation Carpathia.

Read More

Tracking lynx in the southern Carpathian mountains

Tracking Lynx

Earlier this year, I travelled to Romania’s Carpathian Mountains to track one of Europe’s most charismatic species - the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx). We climbed mountains, waded through rivers and hiked knee deep in fresh snow in the footsteps of the elusive lynx.

Read More

Two men planting trees in the Southern Carpathian mountains

Tree Planting

Following the forest restitution in 2005, massive clear-cuts have destroyed thousands of hectares in the Southern Carpathians. In this article, we look at how we and our partners restore these illegally felled areas, the processes we use and the trees we plant.

Read More

A European brown bear with her two cubs on a rocky hill

Brown Bears

Few animals capture the imagination quite like brown bears. Here we’d like to share an insight into the lovable beast, its behavioural patterns, feeding habits, importance as a keystone species, its threats and what we are doing to protect the brown bear.

Read More

An FCC ranger in the Southern Carpathians

Support Ranger Patrols

Regular patrols and having a presence in the mountains really help protect the existing old growth forests from illegal logging and poaching, as well as building a bridge between the conservation world and local communities.

Read More

The Carpathian Mountains are the wildest mountain range in Europe. They are home to the last unfragmented old growth forests of Europe, the highest concentration of large carnivores and host the richest biodiversity.

Old growth forest Romania

Rewilding Romania

Romania’s natural world is arguably one of Europe’s last true wilderness areas. It's a refuge for European wildlife in an otherwise densely populated continent. To help protect and rewild this landscape, we have partnered with Foundation Conservation Carpathia.

Read More

Tracking lynx in the southern Carpathian mountains

Tracking Lynx

Earlier this year, I travelled to Romania’s Carpathian Mountains to track one of Europe’s most charismatic species - the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx). We climbed mountains, waded through rivers and hiked knee deep in fresh snow in the footsteps of the elusive lynx.

Read More

Two men planting trees in the Southern Carpathian mountains

Tree Planting

Following the forest restitution in 2005, massive clear-cuts have destroyed thousands of hectares in the Southern Carpathians. In this article, we look at how we and our partners restore these illegally felled areas, the processes we use and the trees we plant.

Read More

A European brown bear with her two cubs on a rocky hill

Brown Bears

Few animals capture the imagination quite like brown bears. Here we’d like to share an insight into the lovable beast, its behavioural patterns, feeding habits, importance as a keystone species, its threats and what we are doing to protect the brown bear.

Read More

An FCC ranger in the Southern Carpathians

Ranger Patrols

Regular patrols and having a presence in the mountains really help protect the existing old growth forests from illegal logging and poaching, as well as building a bridge between the conservation world and local communities.

Read More