Conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems of the Sangro river springs. Sangro is the second longest river (122 km) in the Abruzzo region of Italy after the Aterno-Pescara. Its springs provide natural freshwater habitats in the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park (ALMNP). Despite their high environmental value and their historic importance to the local communities,..
Thanks to a grant by: Presentation The conservation of the remaining population of the Marsican brown bear is indissolubly linked to the preservation of its natural environment and the availability of food sources. More than 80% of the bear’s diet is made up of fruit and plant foods. The project “The Bear’s Honey” refers to..
In the autumn 2016, the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park (ALMNP), ENPA (National Entity for the Protection of Animals) and Salviamo l’Orso completed their stray dog prevention plan. The Plan was prepared with the cooperation of the regional veterinary services of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise, the veterinary services of the local NHS primary..
Thanks to a grant by: The Bear Smart Community Genzana1 (BSCG) project by Salviamo l’Orso promotes the re-colonization process of the Marsican brown bear (Ursus arctos marsicanus, Altobello 1921) and ensures its persistence in the Central Apennines by preventing conflicts between humans and bears and educating local communities on how to coexist with this Critically..