Seminar on conservation and research of Edible dormouse and European souslik
We cordially invite you to a seminar on the protection and research the Edible dormouse and European souslik, which will be held next week at the Faculty of Science, Charles University.
When: 10.11.2015 15:00 - 16: 25
Where: Charles University, Faculty of Science, Great Zoological Auditorium (2.p., Viničná 7, Prague 2)
Programme of the seminar:
How the protection and research of specially protected species is financed - dormouse and ground squirrel as an example - Kateřina Poledníková (ALKA Wildlife, ops)
Mapping the occurrence of the Edible Dormouse in the Czech Republic - Peter Adamík (Faculty of Science, UP Olomouc and ALKA Wildlife, ops)
European Ground Squirrel - Research, Monitoring, Protection - Successes and Losses - Jan Matějů (Karlovy Vary Museum)
Invitation to the Small Grant Scheme “Rescue Programs for Special Species II” and finding out its habitat claims in the Czech Republic. ”(Reg. No. MGSII-58) and“ Implementation of selected measures of the European Ground Squirrel Rescue Program in South Moravia ”(Reg. No. MGSII-41).
These projects were implemented with financial support from the EEA funds 2009-2014 and the Ministry of the Environment. ALKA Wildlife, o.p.s. and the Museum of Karlovy Vary, they can by no means be considered the opinion of the donor or the Ministry of the Environment.