6th GamestSym

6th International Wildlife & Game Management Symposium, will be organized 13-16.06.2018. at Sofia, Bulgaria. The symposium will be hosted by University of Forestry, Faculty of Forestry Department of Wildlife Management.  It will be an opportunity to hear new research results related to the Game management, Wildlife biology, ecology and conservation and Game genetics.

Hope that you will take part in 6th GamestSym. 
 
All information are available at symposium page

www.sym2018.thegamest.info


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News

  • Reintroduction Muflons on Fruška Gora Fruska Gora got a new Muflon wild game population.Public enterprise "Fruska Gora National Park", with the support of the Forest Administration of the Republic of Serbia, imported 30 muflon game animals from the Republic of Slovakia.With the aim of improving the genetic potential of this species, and by reaching the minimum number of individuals in the area of ​​the Fruska Gora National Park, 25 females and 5 males were introducred. The current Muflon population counts 70 individuals.The transport of game was in the best order as well as discharge into the fenced part of the Vorovo hunting ground. The period of adaptation of new ones to quarantine is followed, after which our new residents will have the ...
    Posted Feb 1, 2018, 9:32 AM by D. B.
  • New issue of selected papers presented during the 5th HUNTSYM in Hungaria Dear colleagues,Special Issue to volume 4 presents selected papers presented during the 5th International Hunting and Game Management Symposium, held in November 2016 in Debrecen, Hungary. We are grateful to the University of Debrecen, Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management and all organizers of the symposium for hosting and providing great opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience among colleagues. The main topics during the Symposium were: game management – challenges and perspectives, biology and ecology of wildlife; game genetics; diseases of game and health care; game nutrition; conservation of wildlife. Editorial Team is grateful to all participants who contributed their work to this Special Issue and also reviewers, who assured the quality of papers. We hope that ...
    Posted Dec 27, 2017, 8:49 PM by Gamest SciSoc
  • New regular issue of BJWR for 2017. Dear colleagues, we present you the second regular issue (volume 4 issue 1) of the Balkan Journal of Wildlife Research. Although a great effort has been put by authors, editorial board and reviewers, on behalf of editorial board and me personally I must apologize for postponing the publishing of this issue, caused by technical obstacles. Never the less, I hope that you will enjoy reading original articles in this issue and that new information and ideas presented here will contribute to your further research. We are grateful to all authors for contributions and patience during the publishing process. We hope that our aim to establish recognized journal is fostered by new issue and we are looking forward to further contributions ...
    Posted Jun 28, 2017, 10:59 AM by D. B.
  • Balkan wildlife faces extinction threat from border fence to control migrants In the article by Arthur Neslen , published in The Guardian,  You can read about  Controversial razor-wire fence put up by Slovenia along its border with Croatia could wipe out local bear, lynx and wolf populations, say researchers.The death toll of animals killed by a razor wire fence designed to stop migrants crossing into Europe is mounting, amid warnings that bears, lynx and wolves could become locally extinct if the barrier is completed and consolidated.The rising tally of dead roe and red deer is still mercifully small, but contested by local people who claim that it is being systematically under-counted.Slovenia began erecting the barrier across 180km of its river border with Croatia last winter, as a ...
    Posted Apr 5, 2017, 2:31 AM by Huntsymposium2018 Bulgaria - Sofia
  • New issue of selected papers presented during the 4th HUNTSYM in Slovenia Dear colleagues, I am pleased to announce that we published the Special Issue to volume 3 presents selected papers presented during the 4th International Hunting and Game Management Symposium, held in November 2015 in Velenje, Slovenia. We are grateful to the Institute ERICo Velenje, Environmental Protection College and all organizers of the symposium for hosting and providing great opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience among colleagues. The main topics during the Symposium were: game management – challenges and perspectives, biology and ecology of wildlife; game genetics; diseases of game and health care; game nutrition; conservation of wildlife. Editorial Team is grateful to all participants who contributed their work to this Special Issue and also reviewers, who assured the quality of papers ...
    Posted Dec 27, 2017, 8:43 PM by Gamest SciSoc
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