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Ordinance on wild animal crossings

The adoption of the Ordinance on wild animal crossings (OG 5/07), passed by the Ministry of Culture in January 2007, was intended to resolve the existing problems concerning road construction.

Read more » | Written 16.02.2010.

Green bridges

Considering that the motorways had to be constructed, it was necessary to ensure additional structures and adapt many of the existing structures that serve as crossing areas across the roads.

Read more » | Written 16.02.2010.

Roads

In the wolf habitat, there currently some 400 km of motorways in operation or under construction, from Karlovac to Rijeka and from Bosiljevo to Šestanovac (with planned extension to Dubrovnik).

Read more » | Written 16.02.2010.

Large carnivores

Large carnivores, placed as a rule on the top of the ecological pyramids, need relatively large habitat areas for life. The size of the home range of only one pack of wolves in Croatia may be from 80 km 2 to 160 km²...

Read more » | Written 16.02.2010.

Wolf Management Plan in Croatia 2005

At the final workshop “Drafting the Wolf Management Plan in Croatia”, held in June 2004 in Baška Oštarija, workshop participants agreed on the Draft of the Wolf Management Plan in Croatia.

Read more » | Written 16.02.2010.

The wolf management plan objective

The objective of the wolf management plan is to provide conditions for the survival of the population of this large carnivore in the long run and for its as harmonious coexistence...

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What is a wolf management plan?

A management plan represents instructions for the persons responsible for wolf management relating to methods...

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Other national regulations

In addition to the Nature Protection Act, there are a series of regulations that directly or indirectly affect the issue of protection of the wolf in Croatia.

Read more » | Written 25.02.2010.

Croatian regulations and documents governing the issue of wolf protection

Croatian regulations and documents governing the issue of wolf protection are:

Read more » | Written 16.02.2010.

International agreements and EU regulations governing wolf protection issues

Croatia has transported the provisions of the European Union regulations governing the protection of wild habitats and their habitats into its national legislation.

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Project results

The most important project results were...

Read more » | Written 25.02.2010.

Education and information

Particular attention was dedicated to education and information of the local population and general public.

Read more » | Written 16.02.2010.

Reducing damages

Reducing damages to livestock was one of the key activities in this project.

Read more » | Written 16.02.2010.

Monitoring wolf populations and management activities

Furthermore, the collection and processing of data on damages to livestock and monitoring the success of measures to protect livestock from wolf attacks were continued.

Read more » | Written 25.02.2010.

Institutional strengthening

During the implementation of the project, two regional offices were established: one in Gospić for the Lika and Gorski Kotar region, and the second in Šibenik for the Dalmatia region.

Read more » | Written 25.02.2010.

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