Annual meetings are a key activity of the EUROWILDCAT network. The meetings are a valuable opportunity to update all the members on the new developments, to communicate on to each other the scientific outputs/advancements, discuss face-to-face the content of ongoing scientific works and to identify new line of research. Ultimately, the EUROWILDCAT meetings are an opportunity to share knowledge and cultivate mutual trust and a sense of cohesive scientific community that has the common goal to improve wildlife management and conservation with scientific-driven decisions.



Figure - Program of the II Eurowildcat meeting held in Neuwied-Engers, Rhineland-Palatinate Germany (28th September 2019)