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Natura 2000Life

The project

This is the official web site of the LIFE+ project called  "One deer, two Islands: conservation of Red Deer Cervus elaphus corsicanus in Sardinia and Corse" (founded by LIFE+ Nature and coded LIFE11 NAT/IT/00210). 

This project deals with a partnership between Sardinia and Corsica realized by this governative agencies: Provincia del Medio Campidano (leader) - Ente Foreste della Sardegna - Parco Regionale della Corsica - Provincia Ogliastra - I.S.P.R.A.  

Actions are scheduled through five-year (2012- 2018) and aim to improve the conservation status of endemic Red Deer (Cervus elaphus corsicanus).

Activities

On some of road of the Medio Campidano where there are more accidents caused by deer crossing the installation of anti-collision systems it has been completed.On some of road of the Medio Campidano where there are more accidents caused by deer crossing the installation of anti-collision systems it has been completed.

Fantastic news from Corsica, where PRNC staff is checking the health status of deer moved from Sardinia last March 15th.

More deer were freed in Zicavu, SCI of the Cuscione Highlands and Massif de l’Alcudina.

Five more animals were successfully moved to Corsica on March 15th.

The scientific report about the transfer of deer from Sardinia to Corsica from 1985 to nowadays is available here.

Lot of interested parts took part in the meeting.