Initiatives

......

.......
Get Involved  


Balkan lynx in albania

PPNEA in field

environmental education with childrens



The environmental problems in Albania have acquired greater dimensions than ever before.

To address this situation, PPNEA has developed diferent initiatives to halt the loss of biodiversity.

Learn more about conservation topics initiated by PPNEA.



The connection between environment and our society is recognized as a vital aspect to protect the ecosystems.

We are working with communities to support actions 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 in 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.


















PPNEA is working toward to bring harmony
between nature and human society in Albania




Keeping the most majestic animal of our forests in tiny cages and in horrible conditions, is a reality that happens against legal and moral norms. All bears that we see in captivity originate from the wild, being taken as cubs after their mother is shot by illegal hunters.

It is time to say stop to this phenomenon! PPNEA has started an awareness campaign for the long term conservation of this threatened species.

All of us can do our part by informing friends on this illegal and unacceptable practice. Join us!    
                     










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.















Albania is  a small country, but its nature have a big heart!
Until now, about 32 species of bats have been identified in Albania, out of 45 species present in Europe.
















Walking

Click here to listen: Philippe Theou

Philippe Theou is doing his PhD on bats ecology and is the PPNEA bat conservation initiative coordinator.


Walking

Click here to listen: Marina Durovic

Marina Durovic is a biologist with a vast expertise on bat research and works for National Parks of Montenegro.

Walking

Click here to listen: Stanimira Deleva

Stanimira Deleva is a field researcher experienced in bat monitoring and works for the Green Balkans NGO.

Walking

Click here to listen: Aneliya Pavlova

Aneliya Pavlova is a yang researcher at the Green Balkans NGO and has a special interest on bat conservation.