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Wolves and brown bears among wildlife making ‘exciting’ comeback in Europe

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Wolves, brown bears and white-tailed eagles are among the top predators making a comeback across Europe, according to a major report that looks at how some wildlife is rebounding.

Researchers analysed data on 50 wildlife species whose population size and geographical distribution have expanded over the past 40 years to show how effective legal protection, habitat restoration and reintroductions can drive species recovery.

“The vast majority have recovered thanks to human efforts,” said Louise McRae from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), who was one of the authors of the European Wildlife Comeback report, commissioned by Rewilding Europe.


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This is great news. I have seen 3 buzzards and a red Kite here on the moor, over the past month. They do make an appearance now and then, but this looks promising.

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I'd let the buzzards know that you're not ready, if I were you

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