In addition to the protection and conservation of the territory, the Park is also a scientific research body.

Research is carried out on wildlife and vegetation within the Park. The monitoring of wildlife (also through the so-called census) and of biodiversity and other activities are carried out in detail throughout the territory in collaboration with several universities and research centres such as CNR.

The role of park rangers is fundamental: through their work, they contribute to scientific research through sightings and animals control. In this section, you can find all the information on wildlife and the Park environment, ongoing research and environmental education activities carried out in the protected area.