Return of Wild Animals to the Alps Discussed in Trenta Valley

A two-day international consultation discussing the return of wild animals to the Alps wound up on Friday at the Slovene Alpine valley of Trenta, northwestern Slovenia. The meeting was organised by the international network of protected regions in the Alps, Slovenia's Triglav National Park and with the financial support from the French and Slovene ministries for environment and physical planning.

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