Here you have the second edition of the European mink newsletter: "E-MINK NEWSLETTER 2018. CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES ACROSS EUROPE TO SAVE THE MOST ENDANGERED EUROPEAN CARNIVORE".
This newsletter gives a short overview of the conservation activities that were done in the different countries (Estonia, Germany, France, Romania, Netherlands and Spain) during the year 2018, varying from the first steps of merging the western and eastern populations of E-mink, to the first reintroductions of E-mink in Spain. The aim of this newsletter is to reach a wide public (both governmental decision makers and the general public), in order to create awareness and support for the conservation of this most endangered carnivore of Europe.
This newsletter was compiled with the input of many dedicated European mink conservationists: Life Lutreola Spain, the Ministry for the Ecological Transition of Spain, the association EuroNerz e.V., French national agency for wildlife (ONCFS), French Conservation Plan for European Mink, Zoodysée, French European Mink breeding center, Calviac zoological reserve, NGO for bird protection (LPO), LIFE European Mink, the European Endangered Species Programme (EEP), Foundation for the Investigation in Ethology and Biodiversity (FIEB), Tallin Zoo and more. We thank all of them for sharing their knowledge and experience and we thank Lutreola Foundation for writing it!
You can learn more by reading the document.