07.10.2009 - 16:40

"Arctic Foxes" in Faroe Islands

The Arctic Fox Center´s director is now in Faroe Islands on a meeting with other participants in the nordic project The Wild North.
The project he main objective of the Wild North project is to contribute to the sustainable development of wildlife tourism in the Northern Periphery, and thereby ensure the trade's foundations, the livelihood of its workers and the long term integrity of natural resources.
On the meeting, all the participants work on further development and future plans for the project. We also briefly introduce the results of their research programmes of the summer. All of which conduct some research on tourists and their effect on their target wildlife. Partners come from Faroe Islands, Iceland, Norway and Greenland and the main animals involved are whales, seals, birds and foxes.