|Actions and means involved|
• Creating of a GIS data base at the level of the entire project.
• Elaboration of an efficient method for evaluates the actual conservation status of brown bear population in the Natura 2000 sites.
• Elaboration of a strategy for implementing public awareness campaigns based on surveys of how local inhabitants perceive the target specie and the Natura 2000 ecological network.
• Analyze of bear damages at the level of the whole project’s area in order to find out where protection systems must be implemented.
• Demonstrative application of a set of methods for quantitative and qualitative evaluation of brown bear population levels in the areas administrated by game managers.
• Creation of an operative entity on the whole surface of the project, which will asses the existing risks and necessary measures in situations created by problem bears.
• Extending the action area of the Animal Rescue Mobile Unit (ARMU) at the level of the whole project and insuring of fast interventions for capturing, relocating and monitoring of problem making individuals.
• Extending the receiving capacity of the existing Bear Cub Rehabilitation Center, and improving it’s functionality in order to ensure the saving of all cases.
• Reducing of juvenile mortality caused by human disturbance, with the protection of dens in the birth and cub nursing periods.
• Implementing at the level of the whole project demonstrative live stock and crop protection systems using proper equipments and repellent materials.
• Analyze of degradation and fragmentation level of the brown bear habitats.
• Promoting the project, it’s objectives and results.
• Public awareness rising campaign for promoting the Natura 2000 sites, the brown bear conservation actions and methods for reduce human-bear conflicts.
• Public awareness rising campaign for promoting Natura 2000 sites, the brown bear conservation actions and the methods for reduce human-bear conflicts.
• Public awareness rising campaign for the products of the local farmers and traditional handcrafts as tool to improve coexistence with bears in the Natura 2000 sites.
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