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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 with Greek projects

Cooperation with other similar projects and knowledge exchange is important for a successful implementation of any project. Currently there are [...]

June 13th, 2019|F2 Networking, Uncategorized|

Brown bear presence and spatial planning in Croatia

In Croatia, Veterinary Faculty of the University of Zagreb organized an educational seminar for different experts working in spatial planning [...]

Bear intervention group meeting

In Mašun, in bear core area in south Slovenia, we carried out an international workshop for training of Bear intervention [...]

June 5th, 2019|Conflict mitigation, E2 Education of officials|

Our last Steering group meeting

LIFE DINALP BEAR project steering group members from all four project countries gathered for the last time last month in [...]

June 4th, 2019|F1 Project coordination|

Workshop about transboundary brown bear monitoring

Efforts towards population-level monitoring has been one of the crucial objectives of our project. A two-day workshop entitled “Transboundary Harmonization [...]

Networking in the Pyrenees

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

Another bear radio-collared in the Prealpine zone

After our previous bear capture for research and management purpose in the Prealpine hills of Slovenia, another alarm message set [...]

Handbook for integrating brown bear presence in spatial planning

In the Dinarics, traffic related mortality represents a major cause of brown bear mortality and also limits bear expansion into [...]

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 [...]