Cross-border cooperation and ecosystem services in the long-term preservation of large carnivores populations in the northern Dinarides

The coexistence of humans and large carnivores in the northern Dinarides goes back to a far past, it is a heritage that is still to be built. Partners in the project will invest their expertise and enthusiasm to make the coexistence of people and large carnivores in the northern Dinaric region even more successful.

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9. 8. 2021

After three years of the Carnivora Dinarica project, a final international conference has been held

The final international conference of the Carnivora Dinarica project was held on August 2, 2021, in Pivka and brought together numerous experts and project partners who presented their results after three years of successful work.

6. 7. 2021

What a difference large carnivores make?

There are four main groups of ecosystem services: provisioning, regulating, supporting and cultural. Ecosystems need to be healthy in order to maintain the health of all living things within and around them, including humans. Check out our new poster about the roles of large carnivores and find out more!

24. 6. 2021

Closing international conference of the Carnivora Dinarica project with the grand opening of the Dina, large carnivores centre in Pivka

We invite you to the closing international conference of the Carnivora Dinarica project with the grand opening of the Dina, large carnivores centre in Pivka ...

15. 12. 2020

Second bilateral meeting on cross-border cooperation between Croatia and Slovenia on population management of large carnivores

The second Slovenian-Croatian bilateral meeting on management and monitoring of lynx populations ...

In awareness-raising center in Pivka we will place an interactive exhibition on the topic of large carnivores and coexistence of humans and large carnivores.

The Center will be the central point of the Slovenian and Croatian Dinaric space for displaying and spreading all the tools and knowledge about large carnivores as well as guiding visitors across the entire Northern Dinarides.

Interactive exhibition