It is expected in the long term (> 10 years) that a Pyrenean bear population have been consolidated, with around 70-80 copies. It is also expected that such a population will be unique throughout the Pyrenees (without subpopulations or intermediate zones without the presence of the species), and with a low rate of consanguinity, so that it does not present a threat to the future of the population.

Likewise, it is intended to stabilize attacks on livestock and beekeeping at values close to zero in properly managed and protected farms; and that the number of livestock and beekeeping farms that apply protection measures are the minimum. It is also intended that the local population make the “bear brand” their own, obtaining economic benefit from it, and taking pride in the presence of this flagship species, whose conservation helps in turn to preserve an entire ecosystem of high ecological value and socioeconomic.

And, finally, it is also intended that the experience acquired from this project, together with the methodological documentation generated and contrasted, be useful to the the different casuistry that may appear over time, beyond the duration of this project. (e.g. management of problem or injured animals, application of attack prevention methods to new areas, etc.).