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The event, organized with the support of WWF Italy, was attended by 25 stakeholders invited to bring their own contribution for the discussion of the 4 priority themes that emerged during the first meeting held on 30 June 2021. After a first phase of presentation of the ARCPROM Project as well as the results of the first meeting, the participants were divided into 4 thematic tables where expectations, problems and wishes for the future were expressed through the method of...

This is the cry that rang out in the squares of Roccamorice, Campo di Giove, Palena, Pizzoferrato and Ateleta during the 5 stages of the coexistence tour. An initiative by @WWF Italia and Parco della Maiella to promote human-bear coexistence, carried out as part of the LIFE ARCRPOM European project. Games with salt dough, crosswords, quizzes and origami are just some of the activities that have transported adults and children to the world of the Marsican brown bear to learn...

On Friday, September 10th, a female bear, about six years old, was found dead near Vrontero, Prespa, specifically in the "Pyxos" area. The NGO “ARCTUROS” was informed about the incident by a citizen and they directly passed the information to the Management Authority of Prespa National Park, the Society for the Protection of Prespa and the Florina Forestry Office, who rushed to the area together with the Department of Veterinary of the Regional Unit of Florina, the Municipality of Prespa...

IN SEPTEMBER THE WWF ITALIA VOLUNTEERS WILL BE IN THE MAIELLA NATIONAL PARK FOR THE "COEXISTENCE TOUR" DEDICATED TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE TERRITORY WWF volunteers and Maiella National Park together to increase the knowledge and awareness of citizens so that a stable population of Apennine brown bears can settle, reproduce and play its ecological role in the ecosystem: the effort is to cancel or minimize the anthropogenic threats for this key species of the protected fauna of the Apennines. This is...