Fladry is composed of a non-electrified wire where plastic strips or tissues are fixed every fifty centimeters. Its principle is to create a visual and sound disturbance. When the Wolf approaches, he is frightened by the movements and the sound of the bands, but he can get used q...Read
Developing artificial chemical signals that will keep African Wild Dogs safely inside the borders of protected conservation areas.Read
Donkey can alert with a very loud noise when a predator gets close to the livestock herd and possibly dissuade the animal to attack.Read
Enclosure made with few stakes and nets (the same ones used for livestock), a wooden pallet to make the entrance of the enclosure, and garbage cans and ropes that respectively serve as self-feeding food reserve for livestock guarding dogs. An initiative to reduce the time spent b...Read
This initiative consists of painting eyes on the hindquarters of cows to scare off predators that ambush them from behind like lions.
Working with Botswana Predator Conservation and local herders, we painted the cattle of 14 herds that had recently suffered lion atta...
The Carnivore Damage Prevention News, a publication initiated in 2000, aims to facilitate the collaboration between specialists and information exchange among carnivore damage prevention projects, and to become an important instrument and forum for many scientists, conservationis...Read
Program to foster donation in order to support people in rural areas who shoulder the real cost of co-existing with wolves, brown bears and lynx with prompt and practical assistance to resolve conflicts.Read
Building a successful network between stakeholders to prevent inaction towards the human jaguar conflict present in the area and to have better coordinated efforts to protect this threatened species.Read
Framework to assess the effectiveness of measures and practices to prevent and limit depredation of large carnivores on livestock.Read
Reseach study and methodology to understand and identify factors accounting for the vulnerability of livestockRead