200 kilometres from Budapest, the Hortobagy National Park is one of Europe's most beutiful natural sites: over 80,000 hectares of grasslands, steppes and wetlands offering an exceptional mosaic of flora and fauna. The park belongs to the Natura 2000 European network. (Natura map) Across Europe, some 25,000 sites have been made part of this network in order to protect and manage wild species and the rarest and most endangered habitas in Europe.
Interviews:Dr Szilvia Gori, Life Project coordinator
Istvan Kappocsi, Conservation Biologist
Gerard Jadoul, Life Project coordinator
Vincent de Launoit, St Hubert Cynegetics Management Unit
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