Balkan Green Belt
Balkan Lynx Recovery Program
Captive Bear Issues
Eagles and Castles
PPNEA is working toward to bring harmony
between nature and human society in Albania
The environmental problems in Albania have acquired greater dimensions than ever before.
To address this situation, PPNEA has developed diferent initiatives in order to halt the natural environment degradation.
Learn more about conservation topics initiated by PPNEA.
The close connection between environment and our society is recognized by PPNEA as a vital aspect to protect environment.
We are working with communities to support activities that foster sustainable development and nature conservation.
Browse our selection of activities from our field projects and more.
As a Volunteer of PPNEA, your time, talent and skills help conserve the diversity of life on our country!
Your involvement with us can help with expanding existing projects and with the development of new initiatives.
The support of our Volunteers is vital to our success.
Mon, 25 May 2015 15:49:00
Day of Shebenik-Jabllanica National Park
Tue, 19 May 2015 17:39:00
Celebration of World Migratory Bird Day with a course in bird identification in Albania
Tue, 19 May 2015 02:35:00
Cross-border fair of good practices Struga Macedonia
Wed, 29 Apr 2015 21:15:00
Sharing experiences for the protection of freshwater ecosystems
Thu, 16 Apr 2015 21:03:00
A short eco-film triplet a hit at Struga
Tue, 19 May 2015 09:17:00
Celebration on the World Migratory Bird Day by a pilot course in bird identification in Albania
Thu, 23 Apr 2015 15:04:00
BirdWatching continues to be promoted by National TV channels in Albania
Tue, 14 Apr 2015 21:56:00
Public request to extend the hunting ban period
25.03.15 10:00, 10:00
Press Conference: “Effective hunting control in Divjaka - Karavasta National Park”
16.04.15 12:00, 12:00
Cross Border Fair of Good Practices
16.05.15 09:00, 9:00
Third Edition - Environmental Film Festival in Albania
Soaring Bird Migration Along the Adriatic Coast
A total of 371 migrating birds of prey belonging to 15 species were observed and 7666 wetland birds belonging to 58 species were recorded at studied sites.