Research and monitoring

Wolf signs

Research and wolf monitoring in the period 1998–2004

In the period from 1998 to 2004, a total of 10 wolves were collared in Croatia. Of these, six wolves were collared in the Gorski Kotar area, and three in Dalmatia (by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine) and only one in the Mt. Velebit area (OIKON).

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Wolf (Canis lupus)

Research and wolf monitoring in the period 2005–2009

In the five-year period from early 2005 to the end of 2009, 14 wolves in Croatia were monitored telemetrically.

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Radio-collared wolf Ira

Research and wolf monitoring since 2010

At the end of the 2009 season, 6 wolves were collared – five in the Gorski Kotar area, and one in the Mt. Velebit area.

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Wolf (Canis lupus)

Why is it necessary to study wolves

It is only an active approach to the protection of a threatened species that may ensure its survival in the long run. An active protection implies implementation of management plans. The formulation of these plans requires determination...

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Telemetry - signal detection

Approach to wolf study

As a result of many centuries during which wolves were pursued and killed by man in order to be totally exterminated, the wolves of today have become very cautious and hardly noticeable. The studies must therefore resort to indirect methods of data collection...

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