By taking wild animals from areas that have a surplus of a species and carefully reintroducing them to areas where the species has decreased in number - we strengthen biodiversity and the ecosystem.
We are restoring biodiversity in the area by reintroducing wildlife into species-poor ecosystems. At the same time as an area is provided with species, the pressure on the area that has had too much game eases, which gives nature an opportunity to recover. This means that the animals have better opportunities for survival both at the place where the animals are picked up from and in their new habitat.
As animals and nature thrive, the areas also become attractive to tourists, which in turn constitutes an important economic asset for the people who live in the area.