The Wolf Intelligencer

"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe." John Muir


Wolves in National Parks, Forests and Reserves of Romania
Buila-Vânturarița National Park (Romanian: Parcul Naţional Buila-Vânturariţa)
Nera Gorge-Beușnița National Park (Romanian: Parcul Naţional Cheile Nerei-Beușniţa)
Piatra Craiului Mountains National Park (Romanian: Parcul Național Munții Piatra Craiului)
Retezat National Park (Romanian: Parcul Naţional Retezat)

Gray Wolf (Canis lupus)
Eurasion Wolf (Canis lupus lupus)
Steppe Wolf (Canis lupus campestris)
Lup Gri

Population Statistics [unknown; 1000-2000?]
Statistica Populației

Legal Status; Protected. No compensation is paid for livestock damage.
Statut Juridic

Institutul Naţional de Cercetare-Dezvoltare în Silvicultură 

Proiectul WolfLife (Vrancea, Romania)
Carnivore Mari (Judeţul Vrancea, Romania)
Milvus Group (Tîrgu Mureș, Romania)
LIFEXTRA (Romania)

News Resources & Publications
Resurse de știri și publicații
AGERPRES (Romania)
Bistriteanul (Romania)
digi24 (Romania)

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Journal Articles

Implications of Philately in Promoting the Protected Natural Areas (VI)-Piatra Craiului National Park. Cioruța BV, Coman M, Pop AL. Asian Journal of Geographical Research. 2021 Jan


Continuing the series of articles that promote the implications of thematic philately about protected natural areas, we stopped this time, on the Piatra Craiului National Park. As an area of national interest, the Piatra Craiului area has also been immortalized on various post-philatelic effects. From the multitude of philatelic pieces (postage stamps, envelopes on the first day of the show – FDCs, illustrated postcards, occasional envelopes, etc.) that were identified, the reproduction was chosen only of those who contributed to the promotion of tourism potential. From landscapes to species of flora and fauna, of scientific interest and environmental protection, the pieces analyzed come to certify the idea that thematic philately is more than an ambassador of the intrinsic values of an area. In fact, by appealing to philatelic effects, the entire community had to gain in terms of the fact that tourists, mostly from abroad, had already provided access to tourist information and more.

Coexistence through the Ages: The Role of Native Livestock Guardian Dogs and Traditional Ecological Knowledge as Key Resources in Conflict Mitigation between Pastoralists and Large Carnivores in the Romanian Carpathians. Ivaşcu CM, Biro A. Journal of Ethnobiology. 2020 Dec

Assessing the regional landscape connectivity for multispecies to coordinate on-the-ground needs for mitigating linear infrastructure impact in Brasov–Prahova region. Fedorca A, Popa M, Jurj R, Ionescu G, Ionescu O, Fedorca M.Journal for Nature Conservation. 2020 Sep

Large carnivore habitat suitability modelling for Romania and associated predictions for protected areas. Cristescu B, Domokos C, Teichman KJ, Nielsen SE. PeerJ. 2019 Mar

Tracking and Assembling Romanian Wolves through Multi-Sensory Fieldwork. O’Mahony K, Corradini A, Gazzola A. Lupine Becomings—Society & Animals. 2018 Apr

[PDF] Hydro-geo-biological phenomena and climate change in Dobrogea, Romania-case study: Conacu-Negresti Valley
F Al-Azki, M Axini – International Journal of Scientific Innovations, 2018



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