Protection measures, implemented in LIFE DINALP BEAR, successfully transferred to other projects and practices

In LIFE DINALP BEAR and LIFE SloWolf projects we established a good cooperation with numerous livestock breeders, beekeepers, municipalities and [...]

Cooperation with stakeholders promotes tolerance towards bears

Due to numerous social-economic questions, the conservation of large carnivores is a demanding process, which is not under the natural [...]

Protecting goats in Slovenian Alps with high electric fence

We have successfully set a night enclosure of high electric fence on the mountain pasture »Božca« near mountain “Kobariški stol” [...]

Workshop about use of livestock guarding dogs

Last week, workshop about use of livestock guarding dogs for preventing damages on livestock caused by large carnivores was carried [...]

Press release: 20 livestock guarding dogs co-financed

In the LIFE DINALP BEAR project we are engaged in preventing damage caused by large carnivores to human property. Livestock [...]

Meeting of livestock guarding dog breeders

In March 2019, we held a meeting with livestock guarding dogs (LGDs) breeders and cynology experts, who participate in the [...]

Testing the efficiency of electric-doormats as a protection measure

Since Autumn 2018 and within action C.2, we have been testing the efficiency of electric-mats as an alternative protection measure [...]

February 21st, 2019|C2 Damage cases, Conflict mitigation|

“Safe grazing” – website about the measures for protecting property

Within the LIFE DINALP BEAR project, the new website “Safe grazing” was established. The purpose of this website is to [...]

About protection measures with AGRIDEA from Switzerland

Coexistence between human and large carnivores is a challenge for numerous countries worldwide, which is being confronted in various ways. [...]

Are you interested in protecting your herd with the livestock guarding dogs? You can find all the necessary information in the newly issued handbook

Livestock guarding dog protecting the herd. Photo: T. Berce, LIFE DINALP BEAR If we want to maintain the [...]