National Park Central Balkan Wolf Presence Survey II

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National Park Central Balkan Wolf Presence Survey II
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Country: Bulgaria
Volunteer(s) Name: C Woulfe
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Florida
Volunteer(s) Home city: Sarasota
Funds community contributed: $730.00
Percentage community contributed: 57%
Funds needed were: $540.00
Funds requested were: $540.00
PPCP #: 313-029
Year of project approval: 2001
Projects started in Bulgaria 2001 (2).
National Park Central Balkan Wolf Presence Survey II, National Park Central Balkan Wolf Signs Collection and Analysis
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Info about the National Park Central Balkan Wolf Presence Survey II

The National Park Central Balkan is seeking Partnership support in the amount of $540 for the second in a series of survey of the wolves in the Park. This questionnaire survey will be sent to local residents, the Forestry units, and Hunting societies. Funds will be used to pay the expenses and labor for the questionnaire. The goal of this project is to update information from a previous questionnaire and to initiate a science-based monitoring program. The objective of this phase of the project is to establish a presence detected baseline, using the observations of workers and inhabitants in and near the Park.

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