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First wolf reproduction in Austria since 19th century

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Aug

2016

First wolf reproduction in Austria since 19th century

A camera trap has documented the first evidence of wolves breeding in Austria in more than 100 years. The camera trap image shows wolf pups walking along a forest road. It was taken in the ...
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2016

Caught in the wire: The rise of border security fences forces reconsideration of wildlife conservation strategies in Eurasia
Between 25.000 and 30.000 kilometres of wire fences and walls surrounds the borders of many ...

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Jul

2015

Expansion of Golden jackals across Europe creates tricky legal issues
Golden jackals (Canis aureus) are advancing across Europe. From its traditional range in the ...
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New Scientist focus on large carnivores

Author: John Linnell/Friday, August 8, 2014/Categories: News

The New Scientist magazine has just run a feature article on European large carnivores. It covers the return of large carnivores to Europe, presents the concerns of some stakeholders and focues on the recently created EU stakeholder platform. http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22329810.700-where-the-wild-things-are-big-beasts-return-to-europe.html?page=1#.U-SN_01WHcs

 

 

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