News for Wildlife Conservation

28 Nov 2013

While several goose species in Western Europe are undergoing population increases, there are some exceptions.  

4 Oct 2013

The reports from of INTERCAFE project (Interdisciplinary Initiative to Reduce pan-European Cormorant-Fisheries Conflicts) are now available. This scientific programme which ran for four years (2004-2008) has been an enormous effort, so good to see the final outcomes, including a report on status and distribution of Cormorants and a toolbox for reducing cormorant problems. 

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7 Aug 2013

Every two years since the mid-1950s, the International Union of Game Biologists has brought together international wildlife biologists, forestry scientists, veterinarians, game managers, hunters and others with an interest in game or wildlife biology. The IUGB encourages the exchange of scientific and practical knowledge in the field of game and wildlife management, the broad field of game biology and international cooperation in game and wildlife management. 

21 Jun 2013

Invasive Alien Species Management: Conference Report

31 May 2013

Illegal killing, trapping and trade of wild birdsCouncil of Europe Conference - 29-31 May, Tunis

25 Mar 2013

Wildlife management in Iceland has been focusing on the monitoring of wildlife populations and the calculation and prediction of bag limits for each hunting season. 


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