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Newsletter 2009

by Paolo Salvi

In spring 2009 three dead wolves were found in an area of only 100 m2 in the territory of the Monti Sibillini National Park. They had been poisoned and they did not show any external signs of traumas or injuries.

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by Willy Reggioni

An effective wolf conservation strategy must necessarily be based on adequate and reliable information. For this reason between 2001 and 2004 an integrated and standardized wolf monitoring system has been activated...

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by George Predoiu

During summer and autumn 2009 an enlarged team coordinated by George Predoiu and formed by personnel and students of the University of Transilvania of Brasov (Faculty of Silviculture and Forest Engineering) has started intensive monitoring of the damage caused by large carnivores on livestock in the three project sites (approx. 60 000 ha.).

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by Kostadin Valchev

A study on human dimension in Bulgaria, done by the NGO Balkani Wildlife Society in 2008, showed that, as opposed to wolves, the attitudes of the local communities towards bears are generally positive.

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