8 young “project” livestock guarding dogs joined new owners

We are proud to say that eight young dogs from the first “project” litter of livestock guarding dogs (nine males [...]

Slovenian Armed Forces and encounters with large carnivores

On 9th March 2017, we held a presentation about brown bears and wolves for officers of the Slovenian Armed Forces [...]

Preventing traffic related bear mortality in Slovenia

In 2016, we were monitoring the effectiveness of mitigation measures implemented to prevent traffic related bear mortality along sections of [...]

Networking with IMPEL – EU Network for the Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Law

Yesterday, the LIFE DINALP BEAR project team from the Biology department of Biotechnical Faculty (University of Ljubljana) hosted a group [...]

Monitoring the presence of a bear near garbage cans on Vojsko plateau, west Slovenia

LIFE DINALP BEAR project team reacted on local inhabitants’ request for information, as they were being faced with a garbage [...]

First Tornjak pups available in February

In December 2016, we announced the first litter of project livestock guarding dogs in Slovenia. Little pups are growing up [...]

January 10th, 2017|C2 Damage cases, Conflict mitigation|

A handbook on protecting sheep against large carnivore attacks has been published

The Slovenian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food, and Slovenia Forest Service have published a handbook about prevention measures of [...]

First »project« litter of livestock guarding dogs was born

The Sedmak farm near Pivka (Slovenia) is best-practice example of using livestock guarding dogs (LGDs) for protecting herds from large [...]

December 14th, 2016|C2 Damage cases, Conflict mitigation|

On bear hot-topics in popular articles

LIFE DINALP BEAR project team has published 24 popular articles so far (16 in Slovenian, 4 in English, 4 in [...]

Bear intervention teams gather in Trentino

On 17th November 2016 the meeting of Bear intervention teams (BIT) promoted by the action E.2 of LIFE DINALP BEAR [...]