Last month Patagonia & Tides sponsored our project “We want water to be only a source of Life” with a donation of $ 6,000! Just today we have made safe another water collection well for watering cattle in the mountains, which has not been used for years, in collaboration with the Municipality of Villalago. We..
Today, World Animal Day, we share this camera trap video by our member Antonio Liberatore, veterinarian for ASREM, that shows us rare images of an interaction between a Marsican bear and an Apennine wolf on the carcass of an adult bovine. The animal died from an accidental fall trauma in an area which was inaccessible..
The first snow of autumn 2020 reveals the unmistakable tracks of a Marsican bear. 🐻
Until October the Bear Museum is waiting for you every Sunday at Pizzone, in the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park. There you can meet the Marsican brown bear, learn about its biology and the story of its protection, and discover the several conservation actions that Salviamo l’Orso carries out on a vast area! The museum is..
Living the Bear Smart Community means even to increase the sense of community… and our volunteers are fully succeeding in it!
We thank all the guys who are getting the opportunity to appreciate, learn and grow during their volunteering experience with us, by taking inspiration from the gorgeous Monte Genzana Alto Gizio Nature Reserve! Beyond the support in actions of monitoring and nature conservation, the volunteers are a precious resource even from the social point of view…
Thanks to the dedication and the constant commitment of the volunteers in the field, a wounded tawny owl was able to regain its freedom
Thanks to the dedication and the constant commitment of the volunteers in the field, a wounded tawny owl was able to regain its freedom. Video by Constantinos Christou. URL of the video: https://it-it.facebook.com/SalviamolOrso/videos/3428951280460696/
This precious food resource, quite spread in some valleys of the Monte Genzana Alto Gizio Nature Reserve, derives from a positive rewilding effect as a consequence of the landscape change. The subsistence mountain agriculture, which was abandoned over sixty years ago, has given way to the return of wild species. However, many fruit trees survived..
Because of Covid-19, this is a hard Summer. However, when the mission calls, we are always more than happy to get involved. And this was what happened recently in Alto Molise, when Salviamo l’Orso and Intramontes, even thanks to their collaboration agreement, carried out together some initiatives of education and dissemination. Indeed, during the Summer..
A heartfelt thanks to all our volunteers who have taken part at this rewilding action and who will keep on doing it with tenace, constancy and patience!
A heartfelt thanks to all our volunteers who have taken part at this rewilding action and who will keep on doing it with tenace, constancy and patience! It will take long time to clean the mountains from the abandoned barbed wire, however what consoles us is that these big-heart people will be on our side, together with..
The Salviamo l’Orso volunteers carried out the maintenance and the replacement and extension of road ecology measures along the SS17 between Pettorano sul Gizio and Rocca Pia and the SS83 Marsicana between Gioia dei Marsi and Opi
Before August 15’s holiday, in anticipation of the increase in car flows to the Alto Sangro tourist area, the Salviamo l’Orso volunteers carried out the maintenance and, where necessary, the replacement and extension of road ecology measures (optical and acoustic reflectors) along the SS17 between Pettorano sul Gizio and Rocca Pia and the SS83 Marsicana..