Guidelines for responsible use of brown bear in tourism highlighted as an example of best practice

Wildlife observation is an important part of ecotourism offerings in different parts of Europe and North America. Brown bear is [...]

January 20th, 2017|Communication campaign, Ecotourism, News, Uncategorized|

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 [...]

The second LIFE DINALP BEAR project bulletin issued

We are introducing a new issue of the yearly bulletin, which summarizes some of the most insightful and interesting events [...]

National parks Plitvička jezera and Sjeverni Velebit: Opening of project info points

On Friday, 25th of November 2016, at Hotel Jezero in National park Plitvička jezera we held an official opening of [...]

Bear-proof compost bins now available for commercial use

Bear-proof compost bins that are already being distributed for free as part of a project conflict-mitigation measures, are now available [...]

Forestry students from all over the world on a visit

More than 30 IFSA (International Forestry Students Association) students visited the Slovenia Forest Service and the Slovenian Forestry Institute on [...]

Availability of carrion from wild ungulates as food source for bears in Slovenia

We assessed spatial and temporal availability of carrion from red deer, roe deer, wild boar and chamois which is already [...]