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15 October 2014

On 30th September and on 1st October has been held the Partners Meeting in Corsica (Corte), in the headquarters of the Parc Naturel Régional de Corse.

15 October 2014

The periodic meeting of the LIFE+ Project took place in Corse on the 30th of September and on the 1st of October, in the PNRC premises. The Province of Medio Campidano, the "Ente Foreste" Sardinia and the Province of Ogliastra took part in the meetings. 

15 October 2014

On 30th September and on 1st October has been held the Parters Meeting in Corsica (Corte), in the headquarters of the Parc Naturel Régional de Corse.

13 October 2014

The LIFE+ Project partners, Ente Foreste Sardinia and Parc Naturel Regional de Corse, carried out the censuses of the sardinian corse deer in their territories.

13 October 2014

The project partners “One Deer Two Islands” Ente Foreste della Sardegna (Ente Forestas de Sardigna) and Parc Naturel Régional de Corse (Parcu di Corsica) made the Sardinian or Corsican Red Deer census in their respective controlled territories.

16 September 2014

The Project LIFE “One Deer Two Islands” was presented in two national television programs (TGR LEONARDO and GEO & GEO). A report published by the regional channel Corso FR3 Via stella, presented the release of deer that took place in the town of Montifau in Corse.

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16 July 2014

 

 

It took place on July 3, in Castel San Giorgio (Province of Terni, Umbria), a meeting for project LIFE11 BIO/IT/072 “LIFEStrade”.

Some member of project LIFE “One Deer Two Islands” attends the meeting.

16 July 2014

A meeting about the Project  LIFE11 BIO/IT/072 “LIFEStrade” took place on the 3rd of July in Castel San Giorgio (Province of Terni, Umbria)

Some members of the LIFE+ Project “One Deer Two Islands” participated to the meeting.

01 July 2014

The awareness campaign started at schools of the area involved in the project LIFE “One Deer Two Islands”. The Campaign aims at enhancing students' awareness on the importance of the Cervus elaphus corsicanus and the environment in which it is present.

01 April 2014

 

The YouTube channel of the project has been updated with the latest video about releases of last months. 
We suggest to watch the video recorded in Urzulei

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