Geographical Location: Europe

A cinereous vulture stands among griffon vultures.
March 27, 2023

Extirpated vulture returns to Bulgaria

Reintroduced cinereous vultures are breeding in Bulgaria

March 24, 2023

TWS CEO helps develop upcoming international wind energy conference

Wind energy scientists and developers from around the world will meet in Croatia in September

March 15, 2023

WSB: Spray can help keep the polar bears away

Researchers examined historical records to determine how effective bear spray is on polar bears

March 28, 2022

JWM: Red kites still need conservation despite downlisting

The International Union for Conservation of Nature downlisted red kites, a raptor species found widely across Europe, to least concern in 2020, after researchers found that the bird numbers were...

October 7, 2021

Arctic predators drive rodent population cycles

Voles and lemmings are some of the most populous mammals in the Arctic, and their populations go through cycles that rise and fall. But why? That’s long been a mystery...

February 11, 2021

First TWS student chapter outside North America established in Norway

Two U.S. graduate students at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences have established the first TWS student chapter outside of North America. With charter documents filed, the INN University chapter...

September 29, 2020

TWS2020: Transylvanian carnivores live in harmony

Thoughts of vampires may make some people want to keep their distance from Transylvanian carnivores, but new research shows that the animals seem to tolerate each other’s presence quite well....

November 27, 2019

WSB: Marksmen outperform hunters eliminating infected herd

Chronic wasting disease has mostly affected North American wildlife, but when it appeared among reindeer in Norway in 2016, authorities took drastic action. Government officials ordered the eradication of the...

July 9, 2019

Arctic fox breaks records with over 2,000-mile journey

An Arctic fox fitted with a tracking device recently moved at the fastest rate ever recorded for the species on its 2,000-mile journey from Norway to Canada. The Arctic fox...

January 15, 2019

Golden jackal spreads throughout Europe

The golden jackal (Canis aureus) has occupied Europe for about 8,000 years, but since the 1950s, its population has been on the rise, eclipsing the population of European wolves (Canis...