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New teacher’s handbook about the brown bear

Why is it so important to invest in education about the brown bear? Bears have been coexisting with humans for [...]

Discover Dinarics is online!

Bear related ecotourism is an increasingly attractive tourism topic. Following the demand, the offer is quickly developing.  Bear conservationist are [...]

March 27th, 2017|Activities, C, C6 Ecotourism, Ecotourism, News|

LIFE DINALP BEAR presented at LIFE Information Day

Nacional Contact Point (NCP) for LIFE program for Croatia of Ministry of Nature Protection and Energetics of Republic of Croatia [...]

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 [...]

First brown bear educational workshops carried out in Croatia

This March, the first educational workshops on the brown bear for elementary and secondary schools took place in Croatia. The goal [...]

Human-bear coexistence through your photographic lense – photo contest FINDING BEARINGS now opened

LIFE DINALP BEAR project team is proud to announce official opening of FINDING BEARINGS photo contest. Human-bear coexistence includes a [...]

Forestry students from foreign universities on a visit

Around 40 IFSA (International Forestry Students Association) students visited the Slovenia Forest Service and the Slovenian Forestry Institute on 15th March 2017 [...]

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 [...]

Responsible bear practices presented at ITB Berlin

Within LIFE DINALP BEAR project some activity is also connected with the ecoturism. Ecoturism is providing important economic opportunities for [...]

March 14th, 2017|Activities, C6 Ecotourism, Ecotourism, News|

New bear educational kits now available

Educating children at a local level is very important for developing a positive attitude towards bears and our coexistence. After a [...]