To help the wildlife, FFI has introduced Carpathian sheepdogs, removed 45 hectares of the non-native plant Amorpha fruticose – which forms impenetrable thickets – and purchased 133 hectares of mostly abandoned agricultural land to secure small but strategically vital tracts of habitat, or micro-corridors, through which bears and wolves can safely move. To stop poaching, 88 electric fences were erected and farmers were provided with the sheepdogs, which registered a 100 per cent record in scaring off predators and saving farmers’ stock. Read More

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