- The rewilding strategy for the period 2015-19 aims to connect the existing protected areas (Abruzzo, Lazio e Molise National Park and Sirente-Velino Regional Park) with corridors for large mammals, especially the brown bear, red deer and wolf. The strategy also aims to increase local wildlife populations. This area is already one of the best places in the whole region to see bears, wolves, red deer, roe deer and wild boar.
- One of the main goals is to improve the situation for the Marsican brown bear; this work will be carried out in three communities strategically located at the northern border of the Abruzzo National Park, which is still a home to many of the 50 remaining bears. Among the planned activities is a long-term lease of a critical area in order to eliminate existing problems with poisoning, poaching and transfer of disease from livestock.