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31/08/2010 - News from the protected areas The first wildlife centre in the Italian Alps dedicated to wolves has opened.
The Alpi Marittime Regional Park's Wildlife Centre begins by offering visitors young and old, from novices to wildlife experts, a chance to learn more about these animals.
24/08/2010 - News from the network ALPARC The time of applications for the General Assembly has been extended until Thursday 30th September !
Every two years, the Alpine Protected Areas come together for the General Assembly of ALPARC.
20/08/2010 - News from the protected areas Tre Cime Nature Park: a new name for the nature park in the Sexten Dolomites
The Sexten Dolomites Nature Park in Toblach, Sexten and Innichen, in the Puster Valley, South Tyrol has a new name: from now on it will be known as the Tre Cime Nature Park (Drei Zinnen in German, the second official language). Henceforth, the nature park will bear the name of the three iconic peaks whose world-famous north faces are the most impressive natural feature in the protected area.
19/08/2010 - News from the network ALPARC UNESCO- World Heritage Monte San Giorgio: Extension on Italian territory
The UNESCO-World Heritage Committee meeting, which was held in Brasilia from July 25th to August 3rd, approved the extension of the site Monte San Giorgo in Italy. The Swiss part has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2003. The candidature of the extension project, which includes a cross-border administration of the site, has been deposited together by the Italian and Swiss State.
18/08/2010 - News from the network ALPARC Répondez au nouveau questionnaire sur les grands prédateurs dans les espaces protégés alpins!
ALPARC (le Réseau Alpin des Espaces Protégés) et le Parc naturel régional Adamello Brenta, dans le cadre des activités du groupe de travail “Grands prédateurs”-ALPARC, invitent tous les espaces protégés alpins à participer activement à cette enquête en remplissant le questionnaire ci-dessous. Le but est de recenser toutes les actions de conservation des grands prédateurs (ours brun, loup et lynx) en cours ou en projet dans les espaces protégés.