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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

Another five Sardinian-Corse Deer were transferred from Costa Verde (Province of Ogliastra)

More and more students from the island's schools are involved in educational activities by the Project staff.

The monitoring activities of liberated deer in Corsica continued even during heavy snowfall of last few days.

New information boards available on the most popular Corsica hiking tracks.

New transfer of 5 deer from Sardinia to Corsica. 
Animals from Costa Verde, Sardinia were released in SCI du Plateau Coscione et Massif de l'Incudine (Alta Rocca - loc. Serra - di - Scopamène) in Corsica.

The last 19th October a public meeting among the LIFE Roads projet took place in Cagliari.