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Title:Upravljanje velikih zveri v Sloveniji
Authors:ID Bartol, Matej (Author)
ID Stergar, Matija (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Typology:1.04 - Professional Article
Organization:Logo ZGDS - Zveza gozdarskih društev Slovenije
Abstract:Slovenija ima bogate izkušnje s trajnostnim upravljanjem in varstvom populacij velikih zveri, zato marsikje v svetu velja za zgled na področju upravljanja populacij medveda, volka in risa. V preteklosti sta bili pri nas populaciji volka in medveda že na robu izumrtja, ris pa je bil celo iztrebljen. Zdaj ris ponovno poseljuje slovenske gozdove, populaciji medveda in volka pa se v zadnjem desetletju (pre)hitro krepita in že dolgo nista bili v tako ugodnem stanju. Medveda in volka danes pri nas še najbolj ogroža razhajanje mnenj v družbi % na eni strani zagovorniki popolne zaščite vsakega osebka, na drugi pa zagovorniki (vsaj lokalnega) iztrebljenja zveri. To zelo ovira strokovno upravljanje populacij, k nastanku takšnega stanja pa je zagotovo svoj delež prispevala zastarela evropska naravovarstvena zakonodaja. Zato bi moral biti glavni izziv upravljavcev posodobitev evropske zakonodaje, s pomočjo katere bi bilo mogoče pri ljudeh, ki živijo na območju prisotnosti velikih zveri, ohraniti določeno raven strpnosti do zveri ter uravnavati številčnost velikih zveri v mejah, ki še omogočajo ugodno stanje populacij, obenem pa so sprejemljive tudi za ljudi, ki z velikimi zvermi sobivajo.
Keywords:rjavi medved, volk, upravljanje, populacija, Zavod za gozdove Slovenije, javna gozdarska služba, velike zveri, konflikti, odstrel, Direktiva o habitatih
Year of publishing:2019
Year of performance:2019
Number of pages:str. 338-345
Numbering:Letn. 77, št. 9
PID:20.500.12556/DiRROS-10435 New window
UDC:630*15(045)=163.6
ISSN on article:0017-2723
COBISS.SI-ID:5555878 New window
Publication date in DiRROS:16.11.2019
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Downloads:630
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Title:Gozdarski vestnik. slovenska strokovna revija za gozdarstvo
Shortened title:Gozd. vestn.
Publisher:Zveza gozdarskih društev Slovenije
ISSN:0017-2723
COBISS.SI-ID:3736834 New window

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Title:Management of large carnivores in Slovenia
Abstract:Slovenia has rich experiences with sustainable management and protection of populations of large carnivores; therefore, it is regarded as a model in the field of management of the brown bear, wolf and lynx populations in many places worldwide. In the past, wolf and bear populations in Slovenia were at the brink of extinction, and the lynx was extinct. Presently the lynx is populating Slovenian forests again, and the bear and wolf populations are strengthening (too) quickly in the current decade and have not been in such a favorable condition for a long time. In Slovenia, a polarized opinion in the society represents the greatest danger for the bear and wolf % there are proponents of absolute protection of every single specimen on one hand and proponents of (at least local) extinction of carnivores on the other. This represents a major obstacle for professional management of populations; also out-of-date European environmental legislation has contributed its share to the emergence of such state. Thus, the managers% main challenge should be the updating of the European legislation, with whose help it would be possible to preserve a certain level of tolerance towards the large carnivores with the people living in the areas where they are present and to regulate the numbers of large carnivores in the limits which still enable favorable condition of the populations and are at the same time acceptable for the people who coexist with large carnivores.
Keywords:brown bear, wolf, management, population, forest public service, large carnivores, conflicts, cull, Slovenia Forest Service, Habitats Directive


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