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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 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 for Transboundary Monitoring of Brown Bear Population

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 [...]