Department of game management and wildlife biology

Forest Zoology

Cooperation in monitoring protected animals and small protected areas, especially in western and southern Bohemia. FFWS students and graduates who work in areas of interest are also involved in animal monitoring.

Long-term cooperation in monitoring large mammals, especially the wolf, lynx, and moose. Long-term collaboration in the winter census of bats in underground spaces with the help of FFWS students. In cooperation with the Šumava National Park, students' zoological excursions and field practice are organized.

Collaboration on mammalian research projects in East and South Africa with the participation of FFWS students.

Cooperation on monitoring the common wolf and evaluating its food ecology and its relationship to the forest environment. As part of solving the problem, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral theses are submitted for FFWS students.

Long-term cooperation in monitoring birds and mammals, especially carnivores and grouse.

Long-term cooperation in mammals research, especially bats in the Czech Republic and abroad.

Prof. Ing. Jaroslav Červený, CSc., Is one of the founding members of the Bat Protection Society (founded in 1991). Since then, cooperation: in regular inspections of wintering grounds; in research on tree and forest bat species; in organizing regular International Bat Nights for the public; organization of monitoring of bats on their hunting grounds at the School Forest Enterprise in Kostelec nad Černými lesy.