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C : Conservation Actions

C.1

Wolf Prevention Emergency Teams: Damage Inspections, Preventive Methods, Moderation, Wolf Control, Conflict Mitigation in Hot Spot Areas 

Damages to livestock are one of the most important causes of human-carnivore conflict, which makes prevention of the damages crucial in solving problems. Nowadays, on one side wolves…

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C.2

Measures Against Illegal Wolf Killing and Control of Poison Baits And Coordination of International and National Environmental Judicial Policy

The action will be implemented through four steps, after the preparatory action A2.:

  1. Coordination and function of the International…
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C.3

Building Strong Partnership: Involving Hunters in Wolf-Prey Ecosystem Functioning Understanding

Hunters often blame predators for reducing the game abundance and availability and this might be the cause for a widespread conflict among wolves and hunters, however, little is known on the effect of the predation…

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C.4

Establishment of an Integrated Surveillance of the Wolf Status at the Alpine Population Level

The evaluation of the conservation status of the alpine wolf population will be based on the estimation of the following primary population parameters: wolf population size (number of reproductive units and…

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C.5

Wolf-dog Hybridization and Injured Wolves: Detection and Control in the Apennine Ecological Corridor and in the Alps

In Italy, wolf-dog hybridization is considered a serious threat to wolf conservation by the scientific community . This action is essential to prevent the loss of genetic identity…

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C.6

Decrease Habitat Fragmentation and Wolf Traffic Mortality Through Recovery of Identified Sink Areas

C6.1 Decrease Habitat Fragmentation and Wolf Traffic Mortality Through Recovery of Identified Sink Areas

The road and railways infrastructures decrease the quality and quantity of habitats,…

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C.7

Economic Benefits with Wolf-friendly Protective Ecotourism Packages and Products

Often the wolf is only seen as an economic damage to animal husbandry and is perceived as a potential threat to Alpine tourism. With this action we aim to transform the wolf into a factor of…

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C.8

The First Special Life Alpine Young Ranger Wolf Program: in the Field Implementation over the Boundaries to Involve New Generations in Wolf Conservation

A generation of informed young people committed to environmental protection is a powerful and effective durable investment in long-term support for wolf…

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