After dealing with various potential issues regarding bottlenecks for free roaming stock, the remaining wildland gates are finally opened allowing
“Through rewilding – the mass restoration of ecosystems – I see an opportunity to reverse the destruction of the natural world.”
WE FACE A CRISIS
unprecedented in the history of human civilisation, with climate change and biodiversity loss accelerating around the globe.
The biodiversity crisis in the UK is happening at one of the fastest rates in the world.
At Bamff, we are doing all we can to create wildlife habitat – to restore nature’s abundance and to sequester carbon.
We offer accommodation to guests not just to fund our work and share the joy of staying in a place of abundant wildlife, but also to show how the restoration of the land for wildlife can also create opportunities for people.
The world’s first hydrological model of beaver dams has been completed by Olly Van Biervliet at UCL in collaboration with
Patrick Cook and Alan Law of Stirling University have begun new long term studies on Bamff Wildland that explore how
Restore (an area of land) to its natural uncultivated state (used especially with reference to the reintroduction of species of wild animal that have been driven out or exterminated)