City group's pounds 100,000 grant to aid wolves.A WILDLIFE conservation group based in Coventry has won a pounds 100,000 grant to set up a centre in Bulgaria to protect the country's wolves.
Education 4 Conservation (E4C), a not-for-profit organisation, is based at Little Heath Little Heath may refer to one of several locations in the United Kingdom:
The money, from the government's Darwin Initiative, will help set up a large carnivore carnivore (kär`nəvôr'), term commonly applied to any animal whose diet consists wholly or largely of animal matter. In animal systematics it refers to members of the mammalian order Carnivora (see Chordata). education centre in Bulgaria - where wolves are feared and many have a bounty on their head equivalent to a week's wages. Money will be spent on training staff and equipping the centre to raise awareness about wolves and reduce the culling culling
removal of inferior animals from a group of breeding stock. The removal is premature, i.e. before completion of its life span, disposal of an animal from a herd or other group. .
E4C director Denise Taylor said: "There are centuries-old attitudes to crack.
"We need to help local people understand that conserving the environment and wildlife can pay as well as the current financial rewards they receive from culling wolves."