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Success Story: Restoring the Salina Wetland Ecosystem in Malta
28Août

Success Story: Restoring the Salina Wetland Ecosystem in Malta

Learn about the impressive restoration of Malta’s Salina Wetland Ecosystem—a significant conservation endeavor. BirdLife Malta, renowned for its commitment to nature preservation, led the transformation of Salina, a crucial Natura 2000 site. This initiative rejuvenated wetlands with multiple problems, resulting in a flourishing habitat that supported native species and reenergized the reed bed. Discover the collaborative restoration work that rehabilitated the ecosystem and provided an opportunity for nature enthusiasts to engage with the renewed environment.

Atanasovsko Lake – a story of restoration and successful partnership
30Nov

Atanasovsko Lake – a story of restoration and successful partnership

Discover the restoration actions undertaken to reduce the effects of floods and improve the ecological processes in the lake Atanasovsko Lake (Bulgaria). The lake is is a significant Ramsar and Natura 2000 site declared under the Birds and Habitats Directives. Known as the “Birds’ paradise”, it is the richest place for birds in Bulgaria with 334 species. It’s also an important biodiversity hot spot in the Black Sea biogeographical region.

Buna River…the Protected Landscape
17Oct

Buna River…the Protected Landscape

After five years of action in the Buna River Velipoje Protected Landscape, the partners of the Living Buna project have shared successful solutions for improved protected area conservation. These solutions include actions undertaken by all sectors in the Buna community.

A success story: restoration of the Azraq Wetland, Jordan
23Mar

A success story: restoration of the Azraq Wetland, Jordan

When you are wandering in the heart of the eastern desert of Jordan and you want to get a break from the hassle of traveling, you should not miss visiting the sparkling blue jewel in the desert, the Azraq Oasis, and enjoy the magic of its picturesque beauty with its ancient pools, clear water, aquatic plants, and flocks of migratory birds coming from three continents, using it as a stopover to rest and feeding.

The Vransko Lake Nature Park celebrated its 21st birthday with a rich program of activities
20Oct

The Vransko Lake Nature Park celebrated its 21st birthday with a rich program of activities

Vransko Lake and its surroundings were declared a Nature Park on July 21st, 1999, and the Public Institution Vransko Lake Nature Park is celebrating its 21st birthday this year. To mark that occasion, a rich two-day program was organized.

Hutovo blato – between the past, the present and the future
04Oct

Hutovo blato – between the past, the present and the future

Hutovo blato is located in the south of Herzegovina, surrounded by a typical karst environment and ambience. It is a place where you can float and enjoy the view of a vast water area with white and yellow water lilies.
Nikola Zovko, the manager of Hutovo blato, tells us about the Park in the past, nowadays and in the foreseeable future.