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The Hague Exhibition now open to 12 September!

Hague exhibition
Hague exhibition
 Photos: Staffan Widstrand 
 
We are very pleased to announce that The Outdoor Exhibition at Lange Vijverberg in The Hague will be extended to 12 September by popular demand!
 
Many of you have told us how you have visited the exhibition not only once, but even a number of times. We are so thrilled to hear that and really thank you for your support. We hope that you will share your enthusiasm with family and friends!
 
With these specially arranged extra 2 weeks that the exhibition will be on show for, now is the chance for those of you who haven't had the opportunity to pop by and see what we are all raving about.
 

And more news will be coming soon about forthcoming Indoor Exhibitions too - watch this space!

Det Vilda EuropaThe Swedish Book

On 14 September, the Swedish edition of our flagship book will be officially released with 20,000 copies on sale.
 
If you would like to pre-order your own copy, click here.
 
This brings us to a total of 7 languages - with French, English, Dutch, German, Norwegian, Spanish and Swedish available

How many people have we reached?

We recently finished a report on our media outreach and discovered with quite some excitement that we have reached out across the globe to no less than 87 million people through print media alone. Wow! On top of that we can add t.v., radio and of course our exhibitions! Just counting all this is a task in itself.
 
But we still need your help in spreading the word about us and about European nature, so keep talking and twittering, we appreciate all you can do. Invite friends to signup to our newsletter, or share our facebook group.
 
For our German readers, here is a super article on us in the prestigious Speigel Online

This month's photo competition

There are just 6 days left to upload your photos to the August Wild Wonders of Europe photo competition. The overall prize pool is an impressive Euro 25,000! And after 31st August, the real fun begins with the online voting!
 
So far 671 photos have been submitted in the adult category and 76 in the junior.
Previous Winner
Previous Winner
Photos: previous monthly competition winners  
by Csaba Loki and Nikolay Staykov  


Wild Wonders of Europe Book cover"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." - excerpt from English edition of the book.

For more information contact:
Florian Moellers (Communications Director) t: +491709375789 e: florian@wild-wonders.com, Bridget Wijnberg (Media & Exhibitions Director) t:+447972106839 e: bridget@wild-wonders.com

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