26th international Conference on bear research and management concluded

The main theme of the “Life with bears – 26th International Conference on Bear Research and Management” was human-bear coexistence [...]

How did the bear abundance in Slovenia and Croatia change during the past 20 years?

Molecular genetics has been the primary method used to estimate bear abundance in the past 10 years. However, due to [...]

Radio-collared another bear in Trentino, Italy

In Autonomous Province of Trento, Italy, Forest and Fauna Service team has captured a young male bear, weighing 129 kilograms, [...]

There is enough suitable habitat for bear in the Alps and the Dinarics, but it is strongly fragmented

In the scope of LIFE DINALP BEAR A.3 Action we have analysed habitat suitability and connectivity for brown bear in [...]

First workshop for the revision of the Brown Bear Management Plan in Croatia

On 11th July 2018, 1st LIFE DINALP BEAR workshop for the revision of the Brown Bear Management Plan in Croatia [...]

Excursion to National park Šumava and Bavarian forest

Slovenian LIFE DINALP BEAR project team, together with other Slovenian stakeholders in the process of large carnivores conservation and management, [...]

For the first time in Croatia the size of the brown bear population has been scientifically estimated

In the period from September to December 2015, LIFE DINALP BEAR project team organized genetic sampling on the territory of [...]

Job opening

We are looking for a researcher - bioinformatics (with relation to Genetics, Ecology and Wildlife Conservation) University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical [...]

Report on bear population size estimate has been prepared

As an output of the project action C.5 “Establishment and optimization of an integrated, population-level surveillance of brown bear conservation [...]

Project team meets at a steering group meeting

Yet another project steering group meeting has been organised by the project coordinating partner, this time in Ljubljana (Slovenia). Project [...]

February 23rd, 2018|F1 Project coordination, Population monitoring|