In recent days, three wolves have been found dead, very presumably poisoned, in the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park, while the Carabinieri Forestali and the park rangers have reported two men for illegal logging in the very core of the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise NP. Sadly, ruthless people have thought of taking..
Here we share the commitment of Rewilding Europe regarding the European Commission, in order that, in the upcoming European Biodiversity Strategy to 2030, it will include concrete actions aimed to recover the landscapes and ensure the connectiveness amongst the ecosystems, so vital for biodiversity and climate! Link: https://rewildingeurope.com/news/decisive-decade-nature-restoration-offers-europes-policy-makers-compelling-solutions/
On our mountains, between 1,000 and 2,000 m, a shrubby plant with a highly ecological and nutritional value for the Marsican bear grows up. It is the alpine buckthorn (Rhamnus alpina), which lives in the screes and in areas with a strong rocky prevalence, and which bears fruit at the end of summer by producing..
In 2020 AISPA renews its support to Salviamo l’Orso with a generous donation of 8,000 pounds for the “A passage for the Bear” project. With the funds received by Aispa last year, our volunteers were able to secure 18 small livestock farms with 12 electric fences and 6 bear-proof doors, close 6 wells and cover..
From today we dedicate a section of our website to the food resources that make up the Marsican brown bear’s diet. The first sheet was reserved to his majesty the beech tree, the “King of the woods”. In autumn its fruits feed the bears to the point that the birth rate of the species increases..
Thanks to the SLO’s partnership with Rewilding Apennines, the great work that our volunteers have been carrying out since 2015 has been promoted thanks to a webinar organized by the European Rewilding Network, which was attended by people from 12 European countries. Rewilding Apennines underlined the real help that the volunteers give for a wide..
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In recent days, the carcass of a young male wolf was found in the territory of Lecce nei Marsi by the border with Ortucchio. The examination conducted by the veterinary staff of the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park did not detect any trauma and the specimen was apparently in excellent health conditions. The inspection..