Today Salviamo l’Orso launches a new fundraising campaign to support the numerous legal issues aimed at defending the naturalness – often under attack – of areas of great environmental value in Central Apennines, which are part of the bear’s habitat. Moreover, the GoFundMe campaign has the goal to get funds to secure farms and apiaries..
Salviamo l’Orso has accepted the request of some beekeepers from the association Alpa Lazio, protecting two apiaries outside the Simbruini Regional Park, in areas where the presence of the Marsican bear has recently been recorded. In this way, Salviamo l’Orso intends to prevent damage to the hives, in a complementary way to the interventions carried..
Salviamo l’Orso participates as a beneficiary NGO to the Virtual Charity Challenge, scheduled for the next 23 and 24 January and it is organized by FIDAL (Italian Federation of Athletics) and Infront. In those days, #RunCard will allow everybody to run or walk along a path of your choice long 5 or 10 km, by..
The three associations Io non ho paura del lupo, Salviamo l’Orso and Rewilding Apennines have signed a mutual collaboration agreement in recent days to connect the three organizations and strengthen the work on their respective territories in favour of biodiversity conservation. Three similar realities that together share many common objectives: to work for the protection..
The road collisions represent a global threat for the loss of biodiversity, human lives and damages to vehicles.
This masterpiece video by Constantinos Christou shows the risks that wildfauna run every day and the mitigation actions of wildlife-vehicle collisions that the volunteers of Salviamo l’Orso, in collaboration with the staff of Rewilding Apennines and of Monte Genzana Alto Gizio Nature Reserve, carry out in the Bear Smart Community Genzana. Only in Europe alone, there are an estimated 10-100 million animal fatalities,..
Today is International Volunteer Day and we are happy to celebrate it with a video shot by Constantinos Christou which shows the determination,passion, expertise and desire for personalgrowth of our volunteers throughout the year. Certainly, we are not alone, and many young volunteers the world over share these same feelings. And so, we wish to express our sincerest thanks to all these people..
A further international recognition of the good work done by SLO among the mountain communities of Abruzzo and Molise
Thanks to a recent donation of 57,000 euros from the Segré Foundation, a charity that has been active for 20 years worldwide and dedicated to protecting the planet’s biodiversity, Salviamo L’Orso will be able to continue the work started in recent years in two areas which are fundamental for the conservation of the Apennine bear:..
With an official decision, on 25th November 2020, the town of Gessopalena terminated the contract with the company that wanted to capture, for the umpteenth time, water from the Aventino river, in one of its untouched stretches. The project was started in 2012, and according to the plan, most of the river, more than 2..
In recent days the guys from Voltigno Trail Centre have installed our information panels in Italian and English
In recent days the guys from Voltigno Trail Centre have installed our information panels in Italian and English to raise the awareness of the users of this splendid corner of the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park on the biology of the Marsican brown bear and on the best practices to respect it…
We complete the tutorial video series about the electric fence building with the fourth episode dedicated to the solar panel
In collaboration with Rewilding Apennines, here we complete the tutorial video series about the electric fence building with the fourth episode dedicated to the solar panel. Thanks to Pietrantonio Costrini for the conduction of these video for everybody’s benefit, and to Constantinos Christou for the editing.