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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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Expansion of Golden jackals across Europe creates tricky legal issues
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New reports on conflict reduction

Author: John Linnell/Wednesday, March 18, 2015/Categories: News

During 2013 and 2014 many members of the LCIE have been working on a set of projects funded by the European Commission designed to promote best practices and engagement with stakeholders. Some of the final reports are now ready. The three projects included;

(1) Developing guidelines for identifying and managing problem bears.

(2) Applying the latest genetic methods to census a wolf population in Slovakia in cooperation with local stakeholders.

(3) Promoting traditional livestock husbandry practices to reduce wolf attacks in Iberia.This package includes a final report in English, Portugese or Spanish and a manual in Portugese.

All reports are available from our publications database - or by following the links above.

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