AnthroBear project realised by our Team

Project AnthroBear PAN.BFB.S.BDN.617.022.2021: “Assessing population-level consequences of anthropogenic pressure: long-term stress and reproduction indices in brown bear populations in a gradient of human disturbances” has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 847639 and from the Ministry of Education […]

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photo by Alberto García Rodríguez

About bear interventions

The intervention with a yearling bear captured near Teleśnica in January this year sparked a vivid discussion. Researchers from the Institute of Nature Conservation of the Polish Academy of Sciences and other experts collaborating under the Carpathian Brown Bear Project initiative emphasize that the history and course of interventions with bears so far require a […]

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How people accept wildlife? – talk by Nuria Selva

Nuria Selva talks about the acceptance of wildlife in different countries at the “Wildtier Forum Berlin 2021” entitled “I like animals, but not here- when wildlife and humans come into conflict”. The Forum ( was organised by the German Wildlife Foundation on 5th November 2021 and counted with […]

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