EUROPARC Atlantic Isles brings together organisations and individuals, who manage protected areas in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Republic of Ireland and Iceland. We are a section of the EUROPARC Federation. Our members bring with them a wealth of experience and expertise from national parks, regional parks, areas of outstanding natural beauty, local authorities, government agencies and non-governmental organisations. We aim to use our strong international connections to promote best practice and policy in protected area management.

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Latest news

Management Challenges in Marine Natura 2000 sites

29th November, 2018

Webinar to look how some have addressed the challenges. 5th December, 10:00 (Central Europe Time) Join the webinar from your laptop or smartphone!  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER   

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Siggen Seminar

23rd November, 2018

Siggen Seminar Registrations for the Siggen Seminar are open. It will take place between the 18th-21st March in northern Germany and this year we will focus on Youth involvement in Parks, following the launch of the Youth manifesto. Participation is free to EUROPARC members but registrations is mandatory. Registration can be done here.

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Peatland Code Webinar

23rd November, 2018

  Our next webinar will be on Monday 10th December 12.00-13.00  looking at the Peatland code This Webinar will provide a brief introduction to the UK Peatland Code – a voluntary standard for UK peatland projects looking to market the ecosystem benefits of restoration. It will focus on the Pennine PeatLIFE’s experience of the initial […]

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Five go on a study tour to the Alps

18th June, 2018

Read here the interesting blog of a group 5 staff from the Brecon Beacons, Yorkshire Dales, Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Parks and Nidderdale AONB who are on an Europarc Atlantic Isles  study tour funded by Erasmus +. The five will be visiting 3 different Parks in the French Alps looking at management of Recreation […]

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Tuesday, 5th June, 2018 12:00 PM Webinar on Geospatial Analysis of Blanket Bog habitats utilising Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Technology.”

23rd May, 2018

Since 2012 the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust has been using Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Technology to survey areas of degraded blanket bog habitats. The work has been conducted across the mountains and foothills that comprise the low-rising Pennine mountain range in northern England. The high resolution imagery and Digital Surface Models (DSMs) generated from these surveys […]

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