Action Plan for the Conservation of Wolves in Europe by Luigi Boitani, Council of Europe

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C. The decision should be made after a period of observation following the return of the wolf in a new area, and after a period of testing prevention systems. d. The decision should be made according to the identification of areas of planned wolf presence. 4. ) is essential to be able to manage the problem of conflicts effectively. In fact, the competent persons will have to be able to compare the costs of damages with those of possible removal, and verify the effectiveness of the ordinary or extraordinary measures of prevention and compensation adopted.

As clearly pointed out by the “Guidelines for Action Plans for Animal Species” Recommendation No. 59/1997 of the Standing Committee to the Bern Convention), local involvement is best achieved through a public participation program. This programme includes a management board, which is involved in the planning process. A. The idea is that people support decisions they helped make. It will ensure that the planning process is responsive to local conditions and can help to generate new ideas through the input of specific know-how.

7. Monitoring When a new conservation strategy is implemented, especially one that is based on a philosophy of active intervention and multi-level co-ordination, one of the most essential programmes that has to be put into place is a plan for monitoring the state of the environmental components and the positive and negative aspects of the strategy’s application. Monitoring is essential for evaluating the progress of the new course, for adjusting and correcting erroneous actions, and for suggesting new ones.

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