International Wolf Congress in the Majella National Park in November

After the European Wolfnet project a national meeting and an international congress are taking place soon.

(Caramanico Terme, 10 Oct 13) After the Life Wolfnet Project, co-financed by the European Commission, which for three years have focused on the innovations and best practices for the safeguard of the Apennine Wolf, the Majella National Park organizes the Wolf International Congress. In Sulmona, on the 5th November at the Badia Morronese Park's head office, all the management authorities, parks, regions and ministries will meet to plan the strategies aiming at safeguarding wolves and allowing this carnivore to live together with human activities. In Caramanico Terme, the heart of Majella National Park, that on this special occasion will become the international wolf capital, from the 6th to the 8th of November participants will work to find the technical and scientific strategies to manage wolf's situation all over the world. The most famous researchers, biologists, naturalists and veterinarians from the United States, Canada, and from 10 different European Countries will take part in this event. It is an epochal meeting: after about 40 years since the first laws on the wolf protection were issued in Italy, and after a historical phase of great ecological changes, both in the Apennines and in many of the European Countries, during which wolves came back to inhabit wide mountain areas and other zones, the researchers from all over the world who have been working on this species for years will meet to tackle the common problems and the future study as well as management perspectives.

Registrations for the congress within October 14th.

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