Wolf lecture in Pabianice town

2018-11-14 | Wolf lecture in Pabianice town

Michał Figura from the Association for Nature "Wolf" gave a lecture "Private life of wolves" in the Museum of Pabianice Town. Lecture was attended by over 50 people.

EU state decision to fully cover damages caused by wolves

2018-11-10 | EU state decision to fully cover damages caused by wolves

The Commission took a decision to enable farmers to receive full compensation for damages caused by protected animals, such as wolves. The investments that farmers will do to prevent such damages, for example building electric fences or acquiring guard dogs, will be also fully reimbursed. Today's decision aims to increase support to farmers in areas where large carnivores are present. Support to help resolving conflicts associated with the conservation of the protected animals can be granted from EU funds, notably under the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development. So far, only 80% of the investments could be reimbursed, and today's decision amends the guidelines to bring that rate to 100%. Member States will also be allowed to reimburse 100% of so-called indirect costs such as veterinary costs resulting from the treatment of wounded animals and labour costs related to the search for missing animals following an attack by a protected animal.

Wolf training in Sulęcin

2018-11-08 | Wolf training in Sulęcin

Today we conduct lecture in Sulęcin (Lubuskie voivodeship, W Poland) during training on conflict resolution between wolves and people, organized by the Regional Directorate for Environmental Protection in Gorzów Wielkopolski. The training is attended by several dozen representatives of municipalities, the Police, forest inspectorates, hunting clubs, the voivodship office and nature protection services. The lecture on ecology of the wolf is conducted by Dr. Sabina Nowak and Dr. Robert Mysłajek.

Wolf workshop in Szczecinek

2018-11-06 | Wolf workshop in Szczecinek

Another training devoted to solving conflicts between people and wolves, organized by the Regional Directorate for Environmental Protection in Szczecin, takes place today at the conference center in Szczecinek (Western Pomeranian Province, NW Poland). Workshop was attended by several dozen representatives of local municipalities, the Police, veterinary inspection, State Forests, hunting clubs and nature conservation services take part. Lectures on biology and wolf protection were conducted by Dr. Sabina Nowak and Dr. Robert Mysłajek.

Wolf workshop in Szczecinek

2018-11-05 | Wolf workshop in Szczecinek

The Regional Directorate for Environmental Protection in Szczecin (NW Poland) organized a training focused on solving conflicts between wolves and humans. The training, held in Stargard town, was attended by policemen from local police headquarters, employees of the county office in Stargard, veterinary inspectorate and the Wolin National Park. Lectures devoted to wolf ecology, research methods and conflict solving were led by Dr. Sabina Nowak and Dr. Robert Mysłajek. Participants received also educational publications devoted to wolves.


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