WILD10 e-newsletter // October 2013 
Photo: Pete Oxford / Wild Wonders 
of Europe

The Closing Session of the Global Gathering on Sunday, October 6th, will be held at the Palacio de Congresos - NOT at the Plaza de Bandos!


Did you miss your chance to register online? Don't worry- you can register in person at the Palacio de Congresos! 
Additionally, day passes will also be available: 


Regular day pass: €80

Specials for students & unemployed persons with ID:


- €15 Day pass


- 3 day pass: €45

(For use at either the Global Gathering OR Global Forum. Includes a certificate of completion)
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WILD10 has begun and we're excited to announce the variety of platforms in which WILD10, the 10th World Wilderness Congress, will be covered live from Salamanca!


In the case that you are unable to attend the congress in Salamanca, we'll be streaming a variety of sessions live from our Ustream channel found on the WILD10 website. If you're looking for exclusive photographs, press releases, and more- we'll also feature select content on our social media platforms. 

Ustream: Live Video Streaming

Throughout the Congress we'll have our video team streaming select sessions live from the various WILD10 venues.   


To watch the sessions in English, click here


Social Media 

Throughout the entire duration of WILD10, we'll be constantly sending out updates via Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.


Help us spread the buzz worldwide by sharing your WILD10 experiences with the world. Tweet, Facebook and Instagram your favorite moments, pictures, speakers, quotes, etc. from the 10th World Wilderness Congress using the #WILD10 tag! We'll share our favorite #WILD10 posts on the official WILD10 social media sites.


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Trail to Salamanca

"The programme for the WILD10 conference is rich in promise: Western Iberia was among five areas targeted in Europe for rewilding in the buildup to 2013 and plans for another five areas will be presented at the  Salamanca Congress between October 4 and 10. The future is in our hands..."