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Two bears radio-collared in Slovenia this spring

In the frame of LIFE DINALP BEAR project we radio-collared 2 bears in Slovenia in the last four weeks. They [...]

June 23rd, 2017|D1 Conflict behaviour, Population monitoring|

Two workshops for elementary school pupils raised great interest

On Tuesday, 23rd May we conducted a workshop about bears in the Elementary school Grabrik in Karlovac and on Thursday, [...]

Opening of LIFE DINALP BEAR info points on the Rijeka-Zagreb highway

On Tuesday, May 30th 2017, we arranged a formal opening of information points of LIFE DINALP BEAR project, which are [...]

Captured and radio-collared a bear in Trentino

On Tuesday evening in val Algone, Italy, a female bear in great health condition and weighing 110 kg was captured, [...]

LIFE DINALP BEAR organises another meeting for production of Brown bear Common Management Guidelines

Members of LIFE DINALP BEAR project, WISO platform, and Slovenian Ministry of Environment and Space have met in a picturesque [...]

6th LIFE DINALP BEAR project steering group meeting

6th meeting of the project steering group was carried out on 17th-18th May in south Slovenia, in the brown bear [...]

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 [...]