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LIFE DINALP BEAR and LIFE Wolfalps together for promoting livestock guarding dogs

Last week, our project partner Provincia Autonoma di Trento promoted a conference about livestock guarding dogs (LGDs), in collaboration with [...]

Bear eco-tourism in Croatia

In the beggining of April our Slovene and Croatian teams met in Croatia to explore the possibilities of bear eco-tourism [...]

May 16th, 2017|C6 Ecotourism|

Press conference on bear-proof garbage containers

Municipality of Kostel is one of the first areas in Slovenia, where we implemented bear-proof garbage containers. At six locations, [...]

Bear-proof garbage containers for better coexistence with bears

In the springtime, after the denning period, bears start to search for food intensively. Attracted by garbage, compost piles and [...]

Three bear cubs killed by an adult male on Brenta Mountains in Trentino

From May to June, during the mating period, male bears can frequently attack and kill bear cubs in order to [...]

April 18th, 2017|Bear mortality, Population monitoring|

LIFE DINALP BEAR as a case study for EUROPARC Federation

EUROPARC Federation is the network of protected areas in Europe and one of organisation’s key aims is also promotion of [...]

A bear in Trentino, Italia, captured, radio-collared and released

Two nights ago a young, subadult male bear entered a tube trap in the area of Lasino, Trentino (IT), set [...]

A workshop on brown bear for young scouts

LIFE DINALP BEAR project team gladly responded to an invitation of scouts from Celje, Slovenia, to prepare a workshop on [...]

Introductions of additional brown bear individuals to Slovenia and Croatia are urgently needed

Our latest research indicated severe genetic impoverishment of brown bear population in Slovenia and Croatia, which represents the northern edge [...]

April 1st, 2017|News|

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 [...]