LHNet's focus is to preserve and restore all large herbivores in Eurasia in the wild, so that they are visible to a broad public. This includes the step-by-step realization of a well connected network of landscapes to guarantee sustainable populations in balanced ecosystems.
LHNet stands for: 'A Eurasian continent, where people enjoy the benefits from ecosystems and landscapes, inhabited and shaped by viable populations of all large herbivores of the region, living in the wild'.
LHNet is looking for a skilled and motivated volunteer or intern Social Media for 16 - 24 hours per week. The main tasks include updating the social media strategy, setting up a procedure to integrate social media with other outreach, and managing our various social media channels.
The Large Herbivore Network is part of ECNC. It is a Eurasian network organization that cannot survive without support from you and many others. LHNet is a broad platform for professional practitioners caring for Eurasian large herbivores in their vast landscapes (experts), ambassadors and country contacts. Volunteers and trainees are also part of LHNet.
Have a look at the taxonomic status, distribution, and much more information about the Eurasian large herbivores.