The team effort of Rewilding Apennines, Carabinieri Biodiversity Unit of Castel di Sangro, and CRFS Lipu in Rome, facilitated the recovery and rehabilitation of the young griffon vulture monitored via GPS.
There’s a new job opportunity with Rewilding Apennines! We’re looking for a full-time Communications Officer who either lives in or is willing to relocate long-term to the Central Apennines. The role involves actively contributing to the growth of the rewilding movement at the local, national, and international levels by engaging all stakeholders. The Communications … Continued
Saturday 11 November in Sulmona, at the auditorium in the historic SS. Annunziata Palace, the conference “Italicus. The wolf in the Belpaese between conservation and coexistence“, dedicated entirely to one of the most fascinating and charismatic species of Italian fauna, will take place. The history of this large predator in our Country is full of … Continued
Everything is ready in Gioia dei Marsi for the three days dedicated to the protection of biodiversity, the restoration of ecosystems, the socio-economic benefits of living in healthy nature and the practices of human-wildlife coexistence.
At the end of September, a bear cub, born last year, fell dead from a poacher’s weapon in the Radosi area, near the Xino Nero village of Florina! The unfortunate bear, which was still at an age where it has not been separated from its mother, was spotted by a local livestock breeder who informed … Continued
After the European Commission announced plans to review the protection status of the wolf, a huge movement of institutions, NGOs and private citizens throughout Europe and beyond coalesced to inform that this is a wrong decision and took action to avoid it. These are Rewilding Apennines’ reasons – delivered to European Commission and President Von der Leyen – why the protection of the wolf, instead, should be kept high.
Rewilding Apennines joins the numerous associations that have organized a demonstration in memory of the Amarena the bear, to ask the authorities and law enforcement agencies for greater control of the territory and commitment to the protection of fauna and for citizens to actively participate in putting into practice a real coexistence. The initiative will be held on Sunday 10 September at 10:00 in Piazza Mazzarino in Pescina (AQ).
The aim of the LIFE Bear-Smart Corridors initiative is to enhance human-bear coexistence in Italy, Greece, and further afield. The initiative’s well-attended first two public meetings, in the towns of Pettorano sul Gizio and Vastogirardi in the Central Apennines rewilding landscape, proved very positive and educational events.
The first public event of the LIFE Bear-Smart Corridors was held for the community of Pettorano sul Gizio
A high participation of people characterized the first public event of the LIFE Bear-Smart Corridors in the Bear Smart Community Genzana, the first to be established in Italy 8 years ago.