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22 May 2015

Announcement of selection for positions for a coordinated and regular collaboration for an agricultural and forestry graduate in the context of the Project Life11 NAT/IT/00210 “Conservation of red deer Cervus elaphus corsicanus in Sardinia and Corse”.

14 May 2015

The “Rete Natura 2000” Day was celebrated on the 21st of May. The Province of Ogliastra organized some activities of environmental education and promotion in the Ulassai municipality.

07 May 2015

Increasing attention towards the “Life+ Natura” project, whose activities and results will be presented during the “Rete Natura 2000” Day.

08 April 2015
Due to bad weather conditions, it wasn't possible to proceed with the transfer of 5 deer to Corsica for repopulation. Project staff reorganized the operations: the deer were moved and released in the SIC area of Gennargentu (one of the project target areas for repopulation).  
27 March 2015

Between November 2014 and October 2015 the awareness campaign kept going in the sardinian schools. A total of 380 students were involved in the educational workshops related to the “OneDeerTwoIslands” Project.

28 October 2014

According to the action C3 of the project “One Deer Two Islands”, the specialists of the Ente Foreste Sardinia and I.S.P.R.A. captured eleven deer in the SCI ITB 040031 area.

28 October 2014

On the 19th of September the "ISPRA" and the "Ente Foreste Sardegna" technicians captured three adult deer and other eight on the 14th October.

These animals were moved to the fence of Urzulei and then released in the SIC ITB020014.

21 October 2014

On 4th and 5th October 2014 it took place in Cagliari (Sardinia) the 35th edition of Turispost which is the show dedicated to sport and equipment, solutions and ideas for tourism, wellness and recreation.

21 October 2014

On the 4th and 5th of October Cagliari hosted the 35th edition of Turisport.

17 October 2014

As a consequence of an act of poaching in the eastern plains of Corse, the PNRC and its local partners answered through the media. An investigation was launched by the ONCFS, the PNRC and by the Enviromental Agency.