Can rewilding restore Europe’s biodiversity and help change the way we think about nature?

A griffon vulture soars above the Rhodope Mountains that cut across the Bulgaria-Greece border. The colony it belongs to makes its home on the Greek side of the Rhodopes, but often goes in search of food on the Bulgarian side. Nature has little regard for borders, and here there are deer and wolves and vultures – a complete food chain, which is a rarity in Europe.

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Last updated on 30 September 2019

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