Future of the Environment

These species are thriving again in Europe

Red kites have been reintroduced in England. Image: REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

Sean Fleming

Senior Writer, Formative Content


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The number of endangered species is rising. Image: Statista

The hazel dormouse in the UK is the subject of a 30-year monitoring programme. Image: PTES

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A red kite flies over the Chiltern Hills near Lewknor, southern England. Image: REUTERS/ Eddie Keogh

A European Bison Image: Talks Presenters 09 at English Wikipedia / CC BY-SA

Anti-hunting laws and habitat protection have helped boost wolf numbers across much of Europe. Image: European Commission

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