The Wolf Intelligencer

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

Slovakia – Slovenská Republika

Wolves in National Parks, Forests and Reserves of Slovakia
Veľká Fatra National Park (Slovak: Národný park Veľká Fatra)
Malá Fatra National Park (Slovak: Národný park Malá Fatra)
Muránska planina National Park (Slovak: Národný park Muránska planina)
Pieniny National Park (Slovak: Pieninský národný park; abbr. PIENAP)
Poloniny National Park (Slovak: Národný park Poloniny)
Slovak Paradise National Park (Slovak: Národný park Slovenský raj)
Tatra(s) National Park (Slovak: Tatranský národný park; abbr. TANAP)

Gray Wolf (Canis lupus)
Eurasion Wolf (Canis lupus lupus)
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Population Statistics [400 individuals]
Populačnej štatistiky

Legal Status; Protected with exceptions.
Právne Postavenie

Resources
Zdroje
Ministerstva pôdohospodárstva a rozvoja vidieka
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development

Organizations
Organizácie
Carpathian Wildlife Society (Zvolen, Slovakia)
The Slovak Wildlife Society: SlovakWildlife.org
Lesoochranárske zoskupenie VLK (Tulčík)

News Resources & Publications
Správy zdroje a publikácie
polovnictvo.pluska (Slovakia)
dennikn (Slovakia)
zurnal.pravda

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Wolf and Wildlife News from Slovakia – Slovenská Republika

Journal Articles

The fox tapeworm, Echinococcus multilocularis, in grey wolves and dogs in Slovakia: epidemiology and genetic analysis. Jarošová J, Antolová D, Šnábel V, Guimarães N, Štofík J, Urban P, Cavallero S, Miterpáková M. Journal of Helminthology. 2020

[PDF] Current biodiversity and hotspots in the primeval beech forest–Poloniny National Park, the Eastern Carpathians (Slovakia)
J SOLÁR, M JANIGA, R ŠOLTĚS, EK GREGUŠKOVÁ… – Montana, 2017

[PDF] Endoparasites of the grey wolf (Canis lupus) in protected areas of Slovakia; Annals of Parasitology; V Čabanová, N Guimaraes, Z Hurníková…

An investigation of public opinion about the three species of large carnivores in Slovakia: brown bear (Ursus arctos), wolf (Canis lupus) and lynx (Lynx lynx). Wechselberger M, Rigg R, Beťková S, Wechselberger M, Rigg R, Beťková S. Slovak Wildlife Society, Liptovský Hrádok, Slovakia. x. 2005.

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