Protection of biodiversity in forest areas, including the Natura 2000 network - Promotion of best practices


Large predators

The general goal of this project is to evaluate the ecological impacts of supplementary feeding at individual, population and community levels in the Bieszczady mountains. One of the non-target species more directly affected there by ungulate baiting is the brown bear Ursus arctos.


Long-term project of monitoring and protection of wolf population recovering Western Poland is supported by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and EuroNatur - European Nature Heritage Fund, coordinating by the Association for Nature “Wolf” in Poland.



Project “Biodiversity protection in forest area,
including Nature 2000 areas – promotion of best practice” (Best for Biodiversity),
co-financed with the means of the European Union under the Financial Instrument LIFE+ and the National Fund of Environmental Protection and Water Management and State Forest National Forest Holding”

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