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° Management Plan
   - Realising the GIS database with persons and institutions responsible for land management
   - The Landowners Directory Committee component
° Electric fences
   - Composition of electric fences
   - Functioning principle for the electrical protection system
   - Assembling the electric fences
   - Maintaining the electric fence
   - Practical advices
   - Electric fence benefits
   - Implementing the sheepfolds electrical protection system
°Intervention Unit
   - Rehabilitation and Monitoring Centre
   - Animal Rescue Mobile Unit
° Monitoring of large carnivores & prey
   - Assessing large carnivores relative abundance using hair snares
   - Assessing large carnivores relative abundance using remote cameras
   - Assessing the large carnivores populations based on animals tracks, signs and scats
   - GPS Localization (Global Positioning System)
   - VHF Localization (Very High Frequency)
° Natura 2000

VHF Localization (Very High Frequency)

   It is made by mounting collars with radio emitter at the animal’s neck, mounting a crotal with radio emitter, or their implant in animal corps. Each emitter has a unique frequency signal that needs to be received with a receiver connected to a Yagi antenna. The localisation is made by approaching to the animal until the received signal becomes very strong, or by receiving the signal from different positions and interpolating directions towards the signal. Function of the dimension of the antenna used for receiving the signal, the animal can be localised from a distance between 0 – 30 km.
   Also, the localisation is strongly influenced by the relief’s fragmentation and its cover with vegetation, at a location from 2-3 point occurring errors due to the signal’s reflection.