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Anon.2015. Evita riesgos con el oso
Rigg, R. & Kubala, J..2015. Monitoring the status of Carpathian lynx in Switzerland and Slovakia / Monitoring stavu ka
Reinhardt, I.; Kluth, G.; Nowak, S.; Myslajek, R. W..2015. Standards for the monitoring of the Central European wolf population in Germany and Poland
Arie Trouwborst.2015. Global large carnivore conservation and international law
Anon.2015. Manual prevencão de prejuízos por predadores no gado
Alvares, F.; Blanco, J. C.; Salvatori, V.; Pimenta, V.; Barroso, I.; Ribeiro, S. .2015. A predação do lobo no gado bovino: Caracterização do conflito e propostas para a sua minim
Alvares, F.; Blanco, J. C.; Salvatori, V.; Pimenta, V.; Barroso, I.; Ribeiro, S..2015. La predación del lobo sobre el ganado vacuno; Caracterización del conflicto y propuestas p
Anon.2014. Exploring traditional husbandry methods to reduce wolf predation on free-ranging cattle in
Rigg, R.; Skrbinsek, T.; Linnell, J..2014. Engaging stakeholders in wildlife monitoring: a pilot study of wolves in Slovakia using no
Skrbinsek, A.; Krofel, M..2014. Defining, preventing, and reacting to problem bear behaviour in Europe
Expansion of Golden jackals across Europe creates tricky legal issues
Golden jackals (Canis aureus) are advancing across Europe. From its traditional range in the southeast of the continent, the species is undergoing a remarkable northward and westward range ...
European governments agree to address wolf-dog hybridization
Hybridization between wild and domesticated animals poses a complex wildlife conservation ...
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 ...
New report on monitoring lynx in Slovakia and Switzerland
New open access book on rewilding in Europe
Iwo the bear's incredible journey
New reports on conflict reduction
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
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