The first objective is to demonstrate the need for the presence of large wild herbivores in French and European ecosystems. And we were the first to do so, emulating in Holland, Romania, Spain, Croatia, and more recently in Germany (2013).
The spectacular improvement of the natural environment shows, if it were needed, the importance of the presence of many wild animals. They are the only ones able, thanks to their remarkable adaptations to the most difficult conditions, to valorize a meadow or a forest. Better, they enrich it because they can use, unlike domestic ungulates, all available plants, from the poorer grass to the richest legume.