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Ribiero, S..2015. Carnivore Damage Prevention News 11
Anonymous.2014. Wolf management plan for Lithuania
Wolf Alpine Group.2014. Wolf population status in the Alps: pack distribution and trends up to 2012
Wolf Alpine Group.2008. Wolf monitoring in the Alps: 5th Alpine wolf workshop
Wolf Alpine Group.2012. Wolf population status in the Alps: pack distribution and trend from 1993 to 2009
Wolf Alpine Group.2005. Wolf monitoring in the Alps: 3rd Alpine Workshop
Wolf Alpine Group.2003. Wolf Monitoring in the Alps: 2nd Alpine Wolf Worskhop
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Trouwborst, A..2014. The EU Habitats Directive and wolf conservation and management on the Iberian peninsula: a
Männil, P.; Kont, R..2012. Action plan for conservation and management of large carnivores (wolf Canis lupus, lynx Ly
European governments agree to address wolf-dog hybridization
Hybridization between wild and domesticated animals poses a complex wildlife conservation challenge. A prominent example is hybridization between wolves (Canis lupus) and dogs (Canis (lupus) ...
Counting phantoms in the forest. The role of hunters in monitoring large carnivores.
Europe is currently home to large, and generally expanding, populations of wolves, brown bears ...
Dialogue to reduce conflicts: Using science to inform policy in the case of European large ...
The recovery of populations of wolves, bears, lynx and wolverines is one of the great success ...
New Issue of "Large Carnivore Damage Prevention News" is published
Europe is wilder than we think: Wild wolves, bears and lynx are sharing landscapes with humans in many parts of Europe, a new study in Science finds
Bears return to Chernobyl
Wolves in Denmark
The 2000 km journey of a wolf
New Scientist focus on large carnivores
Two men sentenced to jail for illegal killing of a wolf in Sweden
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