Are you safe and responsible in nature?

We have prepared another leaflet for foreign and domestic tourists with short information on how to behave in bear areas [...]

August 12th, 2019|C6 Ecotourism, Ecotourism, Public attitudes|

New leaflets promoting Bear friendly products

We have prepared a new version of small leaflets that promotes buying of Bear friendly products. The leaflet explains the [...]

The fifth project Bulletin issued

After five years of the project, we have issued our last annual Bulletin. In this last issue, we are presenting [...]

Bear friendly map for tourism

During the project, the Bear Friendly Label was awarded to more than 70 products and services in Slovenia and Croatia. [...]

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 [...]

A Fieldguide for Investigating Damages Caused by Carnivores

We are pleased to announce the release of “A Fieldguide for Investigating Damages Caused by Carnivores: Brown Bear, Grey Wolf, [...]

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 [...]

Networking in the Pyrenees

Project team from Italy and Slovenia just spent a very informative and fruitful week in the Pyrenees, learning about brown [...]

New manual about the prevention of bear access to anthropogenic food remains

Easily accessible anthropogenic food sources are one of the greatest attractants for bears, that are therefore more likely to wander [...]

Karst shepherd dog day

Project activities regarding damage prevention measures were presented at Karst shepherd dog day, organized by Karst shepherd dog club. The [...]