Publicity and objective public information in the region as well as at the national level is one of the important pillars of the project and includes several types of outputs:
Seminars for the public and students of secondary forestry and agricultural schools as potential representatives of the interest groups who will be informed about the role of the wolf in the landscape and the possibilities of preventing and resolving possible conflict situations
Movie documentary on the problem of wolves in the modern landscape, which, besides the project itself, will also focus on the potential of wolf versus human conflict, and will offer ways to solve friction surfaces
Itinerant Czech-German exhibition about the ecology of wolves and troubles connected with their comeback to the Czech Republic was installed in the Šluknov chateau in the Děčín region on 11th September 2019.
Field excursions for selected students of elementary, secondary and higher education institutions who directly engage in fieldwork to obtain practical information from wolf monitoring.
Involvement of public media at regional and national level in the publication of scientific outputs in cooperation with the Nature Conservation Agency of the Czech Republic.
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Organization of the traditional German event, the Wolf Day, in order to bring the issue of the presence of the wolf in the border landscape to the public
Scientific Conference for professionals informing about the outputs of the project
Record of the lecture “Wolves in Šluknov and in Czech Switzerland” (lecturer Lukáš Žák, 17. 12. 2018)
Ulrich Wotschikowski's lecture on “Our Wolves - Facts and Rumors”. The lecture was a part of the seminar where the Wolf management program was discussed with the professional public on 14th December 2018 in the CZU Circle Hall
Gesa Kluth's lecture on “18 years of wolf presence in Saxony”. The lecture was a part of the seminar where the Wolf management program was discussed with the professional public on 14th December 2018 in the CZU Circle Hall