Camera trap study in Skolivski Beskydy National Park in the Ukrainian Carpathians
The wild mountains and valleys of the Carpathians hold some of the continent’s last primary forests and have been instrumental as source populations for the dispersal of wolves, Eurasian lynx, and brown bears. Systematic camera trap surveys are being implemented in key areas by park authorities with technical support from FZS, allowing a better understanding of the behaviour, ecology, and requirements of the animals that live in these forests. This collaborative scientific research helps guide the conservation of these species and their homes. A window into the lives of the wildlife of Skolivski Beskydy National Park .
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