A celebration of Europe 's marvellous landscapes and wildlife from all 48 countries, to coincide with the International Year of Biodiversity.

Wild Wonders Book Cover

Wild Wonders of Europe

By Peter Cairns, Florian Möllers,
Staffan Widstrand and Bridget Wijnberg

ISBN: 978-0-8109-9614-4

Price: £29.99

May 2010

Hardback with jacket
250 full colour photographs

Flagship book now available!

Our flagship book is now available in France and the UK. Dutch, German and Spanish editions will soon be on the bookshelves in May, whilst the Danish and Swedish editions will follow by August.

For over a year, 69 of Europe ’s best nature photographers travelled to all corners of Europe’s 48 countries to unveil the incredibly rich and amazingly varied natural heritage of this continent.
From the polar bears of arctic Svalbard to the sea turtles of the Mediterranean , from the wild bison of Poland to the snow-covered glaciers of the Caucasus – for the first time ever, the wild beauty of Europe’s landscapes and the immense diversity of its wildlife is being shown to the world.

Almost 20 percent of Europe’s land surface is now protected – thanks in large part to conservation decisions taken in the last few decades. In many areas, important species have been protected, others have been successfully re-introduced to their natural habitats, and many damaged areas are being restored.

Marking the International Year of Biodiversity, this book celebrates some concrete results of what is possible when humans take the right actions. But it also reminds us of the serious consequences of taking the wrong actions … or none at all.

Wild Wonders of Europe is about the wild places and wild creatures that are still out there. It is about the sheer joy of the wild, why it matters to us, and what we risk losing.
It is about the natural heritage of a continent that is Unseen, Unexpected, and Unforgettable.

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uropeForthcoming Exhibitions

Celebrating the International Year of Biodiversity, will be a series of Outdoor and Indoor Exhibitions touring the largest cities of Europe and the USA.

Exhibition dates:

Outdoor Exhibitions
Lange Vijverberg, The Hague (27 May – 30 August 2010)
Rudolfinum, Prague (20 June – 20 August 2010).

Indoor Exhibition
Palazzo Ducale, Genova, Italy (28 May – 13 June 2010).

 

  

Wild Wonders of Europe wish to thank our great partners:

Main Partners:

National Geographic logoWWF logo
Epson logoNikon logoNokia

…and our many other very important partners for their generous contributions and support! All without which this epic conservation photography project would never have been possible.

WWF - National Geographic - Epson - Nikon - Nokia - Groupe Bayard
Nature Picture Library - Conservation International - Eazyfone - Sandisk - Gitzo
Life Exhibitions - PAS Events - Polar Quest - Aunan Lodge - Norway Nature - Artic Media
Wild Taiga - Finnature - Noble Caledonia - Flatanger Kommune - Innovation Norway
Kuusamo Lapland - Forollhogna - Äventyrsresor - IUCN - EEA - ILCP - Countdown 2010
WILD Foundation - Euronatur - Aefona - Fotonatura.org - Vision Salvaje - Image & Nature
Grasduinen - IFWP - UNEP - Naturapics - Visit Finland  - Visit Sweden
NVN - Naturfokus - Naturfotograferna - Reisen in die Natur - Destinasjon Saltstraumen
BirdingInSpain.com - Photo Travel - Hide Photography - Mediwiss Analytic - Objectif Nature
Lanzarote - Madeira Tourism - Patronado de Turismo de Lanzarote - Andorra Turisme
King of the Forest - Ulvsbomuren - Parque Natural da Madeira - Nordic Discovery - DIVE.is
Alladale Estate - Valle d’Aosta


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