CDP News #10 - Spring 2014

  • MED-WOLF: A new project to decrease man-wolf conflicts in Mediterranean-type areas
  • RECOVERING traditional husbandry practices to reduce wolf predation on free-ranging cattle in Iberia
  • MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION OF WOLVES IN ASTURIAS, NW SPAIN: Is population control justified for handling damage-related conflicts?
  • SHEEP PASTURES IN THE VALAIS Sustainability, management structures and protection of the flocks
  • ALTERNATIVES TO LIVESTOCK GUARDING DOGS Llamas, donkeys, fence-systems and aversive conditioning: Possibilities and limits
  • THE CANOVIS PROJECT: Studying internal and external factors that may influence livestock guarding dogs’ efficiency against wolf predation
  • LIVESTOCK GUARDING DOGS IN EUROPE: paying attention to the context is important when managing complex human-wolf-dog relationships
  • AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH to mitigate the conflict between large carnivore conservation and local communities
  • USE OF DOGS in the mediation of conservation conflicts

Download : CDPnews10-Spring2014.pdf

Who are we?

L’IPRA (Institut pour la Promotion et la Recherche sur les Animaux de protection) a été créé en 1997 par Jean-Marc Landry, biologiste et éthologue, à la suite du retour du loup en Suisse et l’introduction des premiers chiens et ânes de protection.

Son objectif ? Trouver des solutions adaptées pour permettre une cohabitation durable entre le pastoralisme et les carnivores.

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