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The Gran
Paradiso
National
Park is a
protected
area
established
by the
Italian
State…
… in order to conserve the ecosystems of the
valleys around the Gran Paradiso massif, for
present and future generations.
The aim is to manage
and protect the
protected area
• maintain the
biodiversity of this
territory and its
landscape,
•scie...
There are tracks
visible and direct
sightings almost
exclusively in the
Gran Paradiso
Natural Park.
The majority
of reports lead
to a single
specimen,
whose genetic
characteristics
are being
evaluated by
international
expe...
How
many
wolves
in
Aosta
Valley?
Where
do
they
come
from?
Why did
they
come to
Aosta
Valley?
Gran Paradiso
Natural Park
has started a
program of
awareness and
education
about wolves
in Aosta
Valley…
… because they
are important
for the
maintenance of
biodiversity and
the balance of
different
animal
species...
Thank you - Grazie
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
Wolves in Valle d'Aosta
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Wolves in Valle d'Aosta

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Questa presentazione è stata preparata dalla prof.ssa Emanuela Simonato per il primo work meeting in Catalonia. Volevamo dimostrare ai nostri partners la varietà della fauna all'interno del PNGP e sopprattutto il recente ritorno naturale dei lupi.

Prof.ssa Emanuela Simonato prepared this presentation to take to Catalonia to show our partners what animals we can find in the Gran Paradis National Park.
Naturally, we were vwry proud to announce the presence of wolves.

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Wolves in Valle d'Aosta

  1. 1. The Gran Paradiso National Park is a protected area established by the Italian State…
  2. 2. … in order to conserve the ecosystems of the valleys around the Gran Paradiso massif, for present and future generations.
  3. 3. The aim is to manage and protect the protected area • maintain the biodiversity of this territory and its landscape, •scientific research •environmental education, •development and promotion of sustainable tourism
  4. 4. There are tracks visible and direct sightings almost exclusively in the Gran Paradiso Natural Park.
  5. 5. The majority of reports lead to a single specimen, whose genetic characteristics are being evaluated by international experts.
  6. 6. How many wolves in Aosta Valley?
  7. 7. Where do they come from?
  8. 8. Why did they come to Aosta Valley?
  9. 9. Gran Paradiso Natural Park has started a program of awareness and education about wolves in Aosta Valley…
  10. 10. … because they are important for the maintenance of biodiversity and the balance of different animal species...
  11. 11. Thank you - Grazie

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