Wednesday 7 September 2022

17:00-01:00
Poster and Drinks­
Effect of the control of Wild Boar (Sus scrofa L.) population preventing African Swine Fewer

Olgirda Belova - LAMMC, Lithuania

Wild boar management in Gipuzkoa: results of last 20 years

Iñigo Mendiola 1, Iñaki Olano 2
1Diputación Foral de Gipuzkoa,Servicio de Fauna y Flora Silvestre. Donostia (Gipuzkoa). Spain.
2Diputación Foral de Gipuzkoa. Servicio de Fauna y Flora Silvestre. Donostia (Gipuzkoa), Spain.

Wild boars in medium-sized towns. Oviedo as a case history

Carlos Nores 1, Pablo González-Quirós 2, Obdulio Moreno 2, Orencio Hernández 2
1INDUROT, Universidad de Oviedo, Campus de Mieres, Mieres, Asturias, Spain
2Consejería de Desarrollo Rural, Agroganadería y Pesca, Gobierno del Principado de Asturias, Oviedo, Spain

Past and current expansion of the wild boar in Asturias (North of Spain)

Carlos Nores 1, Pablo González-Quirós 2, Orencio Fernández 2
1INDUROT, Universidad de Oviedo, Campus de Mieres, 33600 Mieres, Asturias, Spain
2Consejería de Desarrollo Rural, Agroganadería y Pesca, Gobierno del Principado de Asturias, Oviedo, Spain

ASF exit strategy application based on field passive surveillance data

Stefano Cappai 1, Vittorio Guberti 2, Sandro Rolesu 1, Antonio Pintore 1, Pietro Desini 3, Daniela Mandas 1, Federica Loi 1
1Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale della Sardegna, Italy
2Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA), Italy
3ATS Sardegna, ASSL Sassari, Servizio di Sanità Animale, Italy

Ensuring excellent specificity for ASFV antibody detection on wild boar with ID SCREEN ® ELISAS

L. Comtet 1, M. Roche 1, F. Donnet 1, P. Pourquier 1
1IDvet, Grabels – France

Assessment of management strategies to control potential African swine fever outbreaks in California using an Agent-based epidemiological model

Carlos Gonzalez-Crespo 1, Jose Pablo Gómez-Vázquez 1, Kathleen O’Hara 1, Laura Patterson 2, Beatriz Martínez-López 1
1Center for Animal Disease Modeling and Surveillance (CADMS), University of California, Davis, USA
2Department of Population Health and Reproduction, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis,, USA

Tools and opportunities for African swine fever control in wild boar and feral pigs: a review

Pablo Palencia 1, Sandra Blomes 2, Ezio Ferroglio 3, Andey Gogin 4, Yeong-Seok JO 5, Radim Plha 6, Annick Linden 7, Mary-Louise Penrith 8, Joaquín Vicente 9, Arvo Viltrop 10, Christian Gortazar 9
1Instituto de Investigación en Recursos Cinegenéticos (UCLM-CSIC-JCCM) iy Università Degli Studi di Torino, Dipt. di Scienze Veterinarie, Italy
2Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, Institute of Diagnostic Virology, Germany
3Università Degli Studi di Torino, Dipartamiento di Scienze Veterinarie, Italy
4Federal Research Center for Virology and Microbiology
5Daegu University, South Korea
6Mendel University in Brno, Faculty of Forestry and Wood TechnologyCzech Republic
7Department of Infectious Diseases, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Liege, Belgium
8Department of Veterinary Tropical Diseases, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Pretoria, South Africa
9Instituto de Investigación en Recursos Cinegéticos (UCLM-CSIC-JCCM), Spain
10Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia

Ceiler-Catcher: Worlds first Turn-Key Boar Trap System with 4G 1440P Livestreaming Camera, Push Notifications and Remote Catch

Paul Kaden - Institution 313 Innovation / NBS Northern Business School, Germany

A cartographical tool for managing African swine fever based on the most relevant parameters related to African swine fever in European wild boar

Carolina Muñoz Pérez 1, Cecilia Aguilar-Vega 1, José Manuel Sánchez-Vizcaíno 1, Jaime Bosch 1
1Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), Spain

ANIMAS: Citizen science at the service of African swine fever surveillance

Patrícia Tavares Santos 1, André T. Magalhães 1, Patrícia Clemente 1, Ana C. Nunes 1, Yolanda Vaz 1
1Direção Geral de Alimentação e Veterinária, Lisboa, Portugal

Gastrointestinal parasites in wild boar from Portugal in a One Health perspective

Filipa Martins 1, Madalena Vieira-Pinto 2, Ana Carolina Abrantes 2, Margarida Viana 1, Carlos Venâncio 3, Bruno Vinhas, Teresa L. Mateus 1
1Escola Superior Agrária, Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo, Portugal
2CECAV-Animal and Veterinary Research Centre, UTAD, Vila Real, Portugal
3CITAB - Centre for the Research and Technology of Agro-Environmental and Biological Sciences, UTAD, Vila Real, Portugal

Proposal for hygiene requirements score during the on-spot wild boar initial examination

Ana Carolina Abrantes 1, Madalena Vieira-Pinto 1
1CECAV-Animal and Veterinary Research Centre, UTAD, Vila Real, Portugal

Presence of hepatitis E virus in testis of naturally infected wild boars

Javier Caballero-Gómez 1, María A. Risalde 2, Mario Frias 3, Pedro López-López 2, Christine Fast 4, Saul Jiménez-Ruiz 5, Irene Agulló-Ros 1, Martin Eiden 6, Débora Jiménez-Martín 7, Ignacio García-Bocanegra 8, Gema García-Delgado 9, José Carlos Gómez-Villamandos 8, Antonio Rivero-Juarez 2
1GISAZ, Universidad de Córdoba (UCO), Spain. Grupo de Virología Clínica y Zoonosis, IMIBIC, Córdoba, Spain; CIBERINFEC, ISCIII
2Grupo de Virología Clínica y Zoonosis, IMIBIC, Córdoba, Spain; CIBERINFEC, ISCIII
3 Grupo de Virología Clínica y Zoonosis, IMIBIC, Córdoba, Spain; CIBERINFEC, ISCIII
4Institute of Novel and Emerging Infectious Diseases, Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, Germany
5GISAZ, Universidad de Córdoba (UCO), Spain; Grupo Sanidad y Biotecnología (SaBio), IREC, Spain
6Institute of Novel and Emerging Infectious Diseases, Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, 17493 Greifswald-Insel Riems, Germany
7GISAZ, Universidad de Córdoba (UCO), Spain
8GISAZ, Universidad de Córdoba (UCO), Spain; CIBERINFEC, ISCIII
9Grupo de Virología Clínica y Zoonosis, IMIBIC, Córdoba, Spain

Evaluation of the long-term effect of PCV2 vaccination and deworming in wild boar on the severity of lesions associated with bovine tuberculosis

Rocío Holgado Martín 1, Natalia Jiménez Pizarro 1, Javier Galapero 1, Alfonso Ramos 1, Remigio Martínez Pérez 1, José Manuel Benítez Medina 1, Alfredo García Sánchez 2, Luis Gómez 1
1Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
2CICYTEX, Spain

Evaluation of long-term health state against PCV2 after vaccination and deworming in wild boar

Natalia Jiménez Pizarro 1, Rocío Holgado Martín 2, Alfonso Ramos 3, Remigio Martínez 1, Jose Manuel Benítez 1, Javier Galapero 2, Alfredo García 4, Luis Gómez 2
1Departamento de Sanidad Animal, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
2Departamento de Medicina Animal, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
3Departamento de Matématicas, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
4Producción animal, CICYTEX AV, Spain

Use of livestock resources by wild boar in the proximity of indoor pig farms

Eduardo Laguna 1, Pelayo Acevedo 1, Saúl Jiménez-Ruiz 2, Roberto Pascual-Rico 1, Fernando Escribano 3, Carlos Martínez-Carrasco 4, Gregorio Mentaberre 5, Llorenç Ricou 5, Mario Sebastián-Pardo 1, Nicolás Urbani 6, Joaquín Vicente 1
1Instituto de Investigación en Recursos Cinegéticos (IREC), UCLM-CSIC-JCCM, Ciudad Real, Spain.
2Instituto de Investigación en Recursos Cinegéticos (IREC), UCLM-CSIC-JCCM, Ciudad Real, Spain. AND. Animal Health and Zoonoses Research Group (GISAZ), Department of Animal Health, University of Cordoba, Cordoba, Spain
3Programa de Conservación y Recuperación de Fauna Silvestre, Dirección General de Medio Natural, Consejería de Agua, Agricultura, Pesca y Medio Ambiente, Murcia, Spain.
4Department of Animal Health, Faculty of Veterinary, Regional Campus of International Excellence “Campus Mare Nostrum”, University of Murcia, Campus Universitario de Espinardo, Murcia, Spain.
5Wildlife Ecology & Health Group and Departament de Ciència Animal, Escola Tècnica Superior d’Enginyeria Agraria (ETSEA), Universitat de Lleida (UdL), Lleida, Spain.
6Federación Aragonesa de Caza, Zaragoza, Spain.

Zoonoses in wild boar hunted for private consumption in Guarda, Portugal: The case of swine Erysipela and swine brucellosis

João Nuno Canotilho 1, Ana Carolina Abrantes 1, David Risco 2, Pedro Fernández-Llario 2, José Aranha 3, Madalena Vieira-Pinto 1
1Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro University
2Innovación en Gestión y Conservación de Ungulados SL
3Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro University

Testosterone and 17β-estradiol levels in wild boar males

Claudia Maistrelli 1, Marion Schmicke 2, Martina Hoedemaker 1, Ursula Siebert 1
1University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany
2Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

Implementing integrated wildlife monitoring: challenges and outcomes

P. Barroso 1, J.A. Zearra 1, J.J. Cerón 2, B. Cardoso 3, E. Ferreras 3, P. Palencia 4, G. Cáceres 5, J.R. López-Olvera 6, G. Gortázar 1
1SaBio Instituto de Investigación en Recursos Cinegéticos (IREC) CSIC-UCLM-JCCM, Ciudad Real, Spain.
2Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Clinical Pathology, Interlab-UMU, University of Murcia, Murcia, Spain
3SaBio Instituto de Investigación en Recursos Cinegéticos (IREC) CSIC-UCLM-JCCM, Ciudad Real, Spain
4Dipartimento di Scienze Veterinarie, University of Torino, Turin, Italy
5Epidemiology Department, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Madrid, Spain
6Wildlife Ecology

Mining the Romanian Wild Boar genome reveals a reduced diversity and signature of an admixed origin

Valentin Adrian Bâlteanu 1, Ruxandra Karina Sigartău 2, Marcel Amills 3
1University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca, Romania
2Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
3Center for Research in Agricultural Genomics (CSIC-IRTA-UAB-UB), Campus Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain

First insights into spatial, reproductive and social behaviour of wild boar by using MHC and neutral genetic diversity

Aja Bončina 1, Luka Duniš 1, Boštjan Pokorny 2, Laura Iacolina 1, Elena Bužan 1
1University of Primorska, Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies, Department of Biodiversity, Koper, Slovenia
2Faculty of Environmental Protection, Velenje, Slovenia

Understanding the ecology of the Mindoro warty pig (Sus oliveri)

Fernando Garcia Gil - D'ABOVILLE Foundation and Demo Farm Inc, Philippines

Joining forces in pig and peccary conservation: European zoos follow the IUCN “One Plan Approach”

Johanna Rode­-Margono 1, Merel Zimmermann 2, Kristin Leus 3, Lidia Przybylska 4, Maren Siebert 5, Will Walker 6, Ross Snipp 7, Bengt Holst 8, Harald Beck 9, Jan Pluháček 10, Jörg Beckmann 11
1Zoo Cologne, Cologne, Germany; International Union for Conservation of Nature Species Survival Commission (IUCN SSC), Wild Pig Specialist Group
2European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA), Amsterdam, Netherlands
3European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA), Amsterdam, Netherlands; Zoo Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark; International Union for Conservation of Nature Species Survival Commission (IUCN SSC), Conservation Planning Specialist Group – Europe (CPSG Euro
4Zoo Wroclaw, Wroclaw, Poland; Tapir and Suiform Taxon Advisory Group (TAG) of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria
5Tapir and Suiform Taxon Advisory Group (TAG) of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria; Tierpark Berlin, Berlin, Germany
6Wild Place Project, Bristol, United Kingdom; Tapir and Suiform Taxon Advisory Group (TAG) of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria
7Flamingo Land, Malton, United Kingdom; Tapir and Suiform Taxon Advisory Group (TAG) of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria
8Zoo Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark; Tapir and Suiform Taxon Advisory Group (TAG) of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria
9Towson University, Towson, United States of America; International Union for Conservation of Nature Species Survival Commission (IUCN SSC), Peccary Specialist Group
10Zoo Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic; Tapir and Suiform Taxon Advisory Group (TAG) of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria; International Union for Conservation of Nature Species Survival Commission (IUCN SSC), Hippo Specialist Group
11Zoo Nuremberg, Nuremberg, Germany; Tapir and Suiform Taxon Advisory Group (TAG) of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria; International Union for Conservation of Nature Species Survival Commission (IUCN SSC), Wild Pig Specialist Group

The Importance of Diversity – Habitat Selection in Visayan Warty Pigs Sus cebifrons in the Bayawan Nature Reserve on Negros in the Philippines

Alexander Enge 1, Matt Ward 2, Johanna Rode-Margono 3, Guillermo McPherson 2, Justine Magbanua 2
1Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
2Talarak Foundation Inc.
3 IUCN Wild Pig Specialist Group

Wild boar synurbization is detrimental to wild boar health and welfare

Carles Conejero 1, Jorge Lopez-Olvera 1, Andreu Colom-Cadena 1, Xavier Fernández-Aguilar 2, Raquel Castillo-Contreras 1, Marta Valldeperes 1, Carlos González-Crespo 1, Roser Velarde 1, Santiago Lavín 1, Gregorio Mentaberre 3
1SEFaS-WE&H, UAB
2Department of Ecosystem and Public Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Calgary, Canada
3WE&H, ETSEA-UdL

Wild boar in the Forest of Dean UK, reverse-NIMBYism, and the need for conscientious management

Ben Klinkenberg - Oxford Brookes University, Hartpury University, UK

Downtown boars: an updated snapshot from Italy

Andrea Monaco 1, Federico Obino 2, Luigi Maiorano 2
1Institute for Environmental Protection and Research, Italy
2Department of Biology and Biotechnologies “Charles Darwin”, “La Sapienza” University of Rome, Italy

The Symbols of Wild Boar in Malay Culture as a Driver of Human-Wildlife Conflict in Malaysia

Siti Mastura Hasan 1, Sándor Csányi 1
1Department of Wildlife Biology and Management, Institute of Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Gödöllő, Hungary

Wild boar-vehicle collisions and drive hunts. Are they related? Ten-year temporal and spatial analysis in Álava

Oskar Berdión 1, María Vergara 1, Alain Sanabria 2
1Araba Cazadores Gestión, Spain
2Universidad del País Vasco, Spain

Predicting the occurrence of wilboar-vehicle collisions along the road network of a Mediterranean region

Daniele De Angelis 1, Francesco Riga 2, Andrea Monaco 2, Barbara Franzetti 3
1Italian Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA), Roma, Italy; Sapienza University of Rome. Department of Biology and Biotechnology “Charles Darwin”, Roma, Italy
2Italian Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA), Roma, Italy
3Italian Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA); CNR-ISC – Institute for Complex Systems, Sesto Fiorentino (Firenze), Italy

SARS-CoV-2 lockdown reduced wild boar raids in golf courses

Jesús Duarte 1, Diego Rodríguez 1, Miguel Ángel Farfán 2, Julia E. Fa 3
1Ofitecma Marbella SL., Spain
2Universidad de Málaga, Spain
3Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Drone and satellite images to identify damages in crops

Petter Kjellander - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

Crop damage by wild boar (Sus scrofa) depending on the crop composition in central-eastern Poland

Katarzyna Tajchman 1, Paweł Piekarczyk 2, Olgirda Belova 3, Katarzyna Dziki-Michalska 1
1Department of Animal Ethology and Wildlife Management, Faculty of Animal Sciences and Bioeconomy, University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Lublin, Poland
2Regional Directorate of State Forests in Lublin, Poland
3Department of Forest Protection and Game Management, Institute of Forestry, Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry (LAMMC), Girionys, Lithuania

Evaluation of damage to forest tree plantations by wild boar in the Czech Republic

Vlastimil Skoták 1, Jiří Kamler 1
1Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic

Role of wild boar in nest predation in agricultural habitats

Szilvia Gyetkó 1, András Náhlik 1, Tamás Tari 1
1University of Sopron, Institute of Wildlife Management and Vertebrate Zoology; H-9400 Sopron Bajcsy-Zs. str. 4.; Hungary

Differences in activity patterns of three ungulate species (Dama dama, Sus scrofa and Capreolus capreolus) in a Mediterranean wetland area

Laura Adán Chirivella 1, Joana Colomer 1, Marina Torrellas 2, Ferran Navàs 2, Sergi Romero 3, Carme Rosell 1
1Minuartia, Wildlife Consultancy. University of Barcelona. Department of Evolutionary Biology, Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Barcelona, Spain.
2Minuartia, Wildlife Consultancy. Barcelona, Spain.
3Aiguamolls de l’Empordà Natural Park, Castelló d'Empúries, Spain

Evaluating the Impacts of Wild Pigs (Sus scrofa) on Wetlands and Water Quality in the US Coastal Plain

Elizabeth Bradley 1, Graeme Lockaby 1
1Auburn University, USA

The effects of hunting on the vigilance social structure and reproductive hormones of wild boars in Israel

Achiad Davidson 1, Dan Malkinson 1, Uri Shanas 1
1University of Haifa, Israel

Forest, rural or urban landscape? The influence of the living environment on wild boar (Sus scrofa)

Wioleta Goździejewska - Departament of Animal Breeding and Production Faculty of Animal Science Warsaw University of Life Science ul. Warsaw, Poland

Analysis of wild boar hunt in Aragon (Spain), 2006-2019

Juan Herrero 1, Javier Marco 2, Alberto Giménez-Anaya 1, Alicia García-Serrano 3
1Technical School. University of Zaragoza, Spain
2Ebronatura Consultants, Spain
3Ega Wildlife Consultants, Spain

First approach to the gut microbiome of wild boar (Sus scrofa) and its relationships with management

Olmo Linares 1, Giovanni Vedel 1, Juan Carranza 1, Xavier Triadó‐Margarit 2, Emilio Casamayor 2
1Wildlife Research Unit, University of Cordoba (UIRCP-UCO), Córdoba, Spain
2Microbial Community Ecology Group, Centre of Advanced Studies of Blanes‐Spanish Council for Research (CEAB‐CSIC), Blanes, Spain

Stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen in Sus Scrofa hair and their usefulness in diet analysis

Giovanni Vedel 1, José Manuel Moreno Rojas 2, Juan Carranza 1
1Unidad de Investigación en Recursos Cinegéticos y Piscícolas de la Universidad de Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain
2Área de Alimentación y Salud. Instituto de Investigación y Formación Agraria y Pesquera de Andalucía (IFAPA), Córdoba, Spain

Stick on the pig: an alternative non-invasive method for fixing telemetry devices on wild boar (Sus scrofa)

Jörg Beckmann 1, Horst Reinecke 2, Marcus Meißner 3, Sven Herzog 4, Helmuth Wölfel 3
1Zoo Nuremberg, Germany
2University of Goettingen - Wildlife Sciences, Germany
3Institute of Wildlife Biology Goettingen and Dresden e.V., Germany
4Technical University of Dresden - Wildlife Ecology and Management, Germany

Hunting Pressure, Non-hunting Related Disturbance and Habitat Shape the Space-Use of Wild Boar (Sus scrofa)

Markus Handschuh 1, Manisha Bhardwaj 2, Peter Linderoth 3, Janosch Arnold 3
11. Wildlife Research Unit, Agricultural Centre Baden-Württemberg, Aulendorf, Germany. 2. Chair of Wildlife Ecology and Management, Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Freiburg, Germany
2Chair of Wildlife Ecology and Management, Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Freiburg, Germany
3Wildlife Research Unit, Agricultural Centre Baden-Württemberg, Aulendorf, Germany

Preliminary data on wild boar habitat selection in a coastal dune system and marshland in the northwest Iberian Peninsula

Xose Pardavila 1, Francisco Carro 2, Adrian Lamosa 1, Joaquín Vicente 3, Pelayo Acevedo 3, Ramon Soriguer 2
1SOREX ECOLOXIA E MEDIO AMBIENTE S.L., Spain
2EBD-CSIC, Spain
3IREC-UCLM-CSIC, Spain

Dynamics of numbers and harvests in wild boar (Sus scrofa) population in south-western Poland

Bogusław Bobek 1, Dorota Merta 1, Jakub Furtek 2, Marta Wojciuch-Płoskonka 2
1Institute of Biology, Pedagogical University of Krakow; Krakow, Poland
2Polish Wildlife Foundation; Krakow, Poland

Camera Trap Distance Sampling: a pilot study pilot study to assess possible bias in parameter estimates and results

Pietro Pontiggia 1, Barbara Franzetti 1, Stefano Focardi 2
1ISPRA, Italy
2CNR-ISC, Italy

Maping of areas with wild boar overabundance in the Valencia region (East Spain)

Carmen Gómez Peris 1, Juan Miguel Burgui Oltra 2, Mª Pilar Nieto 2, Mª José Carrión 2
1Generalitat Valenciana, Spain
2Valenciana d’Aprofitament Energètic de Residus, SA (VAERSA), Spain

If population estimates obtained from camera trapping do not yield clear results, do indices work better?

Pietro Pontiggia 1, Valentina Bellini 2, Barbara Franzetti 1, Valerio Nicolucci 1, Alessandro Calabrese 1, Stefano Focardi 3
1ISPRA, Italy
2 ISPRA, Italy
3CNR, Italy

Validating camera trapping to study wild boar populations in the Alps

Rachele Vada 1, Stefania Zanet 1, Anna Trisciuoglio 1, Enrica Fantini 1, Maria Grazia Carpignano 1, Federica De Cicco 1, Mattia Fracchia 1, Pablo Palencia 1, Ezio Ferroglio 1
1Università di Torino, Italy

Up-Net Trap for catching wild boars (Sus scrofa)

Andreas Daim 1, Klaus Hackländer 1
1Institute of Wildlife Biology and Game Management. BOKU Vienna, Austria

The main motto of Czech hunters: "Eat and multiply!"

Jakub Drimaj 1, Jiří Kamler 1
1Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic

Managing wild boar overabundance in a small, fanced protected area

Barbara Franzetti 1, Valerio Nicolucci 2, Alessandro Calabrese 2, Stefano Focardi 3
1ISPRA - CNR-ISC, Italy
2ISPRA, Italy
3CNR-ISC, Italy

Additional feeding/baiting: threat and opportunity for wild boar management

Jiří Kamler 1, Martin Pavelka 1
1Mendel University Brno

Why to monitor wild boar populations? New applications for management of density estimation data

Carme Rosell 1, Emili Bassols 2, Joana Colomer 1, Ferran Navàs 3, Maria Josep Vargas 4, Jordi Ruiz-Olmo 4
1Minuartia, wildlife consultancy. University of Barcelona. Department of Evolutionary Biology, Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Barcelona, Spain
2Zona Volcànica de la Garrotxa Natural Park, Olot, Spain
3Minuartia, wildlife consultancy. Barcelona, Spain
4Department of Climate Action, Food and Rural Agenda. Catalan Government, Barcelona, Spain