PPNEA organized the workshop of Eco-guide with the participant of guest house, hoteliers and restaurants together with local guide. This activity was organised in the frame of the programme "Wetland Management and Dalmatian Pelikan Conservation in the Mediterranean Basin", with the support of Noe Conservation and with a strong collaboration of Divjaka-Karavasta National Park Administration. In this activity were present the nature guide trainer and Albanian Trip.

In the frame of the project "Management of Wetlands and Dalmatian Pelican Conservation in the Mediterranean Basin", Protection and Preservation of Natural Environment in Albania it was organized the workshop for the presentation of National Action Plan of Dalmatian Pelican (Pelecanus crispus) in Albania.
In this meeting are present different stakeholders such as representative of the Ministry of Environment, RAPA, NAPA of areas where the Dalmatian pelican is present. In addition, local and regional experts, different NGO-s, media and representative of fishing directories are present.

The Dalmatian Pelican, a flagship species which inhabits Karavasta lagoon, needs constant conservation measures to provide the right peaceful reproduction site and to return in its glorious days. For this reason, in the frame of the project "Management of Wetlands and Dalmatian Pelican Conservation in the Mediterranean Basin", PPNEA in close cooperation with Regional Administration of Protected Areas (RAPA) and with the support of Noe Conservation, EuroNatur have built for the last two years the artificial platform in Divjaka-Karavasta National Park, to support the pelican’s island.

The nesting platform is supplied ...


In a school in Hungary, the bell rings the start of a noisy week day. Like in many schools, the grounds fill with happy laughter, the bouncing of balls, children running and playing. But this spring a new noise rang through the air of the Ady Endre Primary in Gyál: the chirrrps and tseeps of House Martins on their arrival from Africa. Rather than distracting from studies, the children go outside in their lessons to see what it’s all about! They say there are at least 10 nests under the ...


PPNEA representatives, together with representatives from EuroNatur, Federal Agency for Nature Protection (BfN), and Regional Agency of Protected Areas-Elbasan, organized an expedition in Rrajca on 11-12-13 July, to see the area and to monitor three ongoing pilot/model projects; (i) Promotion and awareness rising;(ii) Promoting sustainable development; (iii) Promoting alternative energy use within the area.

This activity was organized in the framework of the project "Nature Conservation and Sustainable Development at the Green Belt Albania”, financially supported by the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation and jointly implemented by Euronature Germany and ...


In the frame of “Balkan Lynx Recovery Programme 3rd phase”, PPNEA organized on 28th of June 2016, at Hotel Tirana International a meeting for presenting the findings of a research study entitled “Assessing the biodiversity values of Munella Mountain area”. This study was realized in the frame of the initiative to declare Munella Mountain area as a Protected Area, which was prepared by Albanian and foreign experts. The event aimed to present the initiative for the proclamation of Munella as a protected area, presenting the findings of the research ...


The education and awareness campaign with schools in Shebenik-Jabllanica National Park concluded on the 12 June, with a field expedition in Qarrishte, the central part of the National Park.

High school students from "Shefqet Dosku’’ school in Dorez together with experts from PPNEA, Agri-en and Park administration staff spend the day working in small groups to do bird watching, learning about wildlife monitoring method with camera traps and hiking along trails to identify plants they learnt in the previous trainings.

After the field work it was realized also a ceremony for the distribution ...


A first of its kind transboundary Spring School is taking place in southwest Balkans within the framework of the Act4Drin entitled ‘The natural wealth and legacy of the Drin River Basin: from field observations and knowledge to collective actions towards protecting freshwater ecosystems’. The Act4Drin is an initiative aiming at raising public awareness, enhancing knowledge and empowering NGOs to protect and conserve freshwater ecosystems in the Drin River Basin. 

From 7 to 15 May 2016 some 28 natural sciences students from the Drin Riparian countries, namely Albania, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro ...


In the framework of the regional programme "Wetland Management and Dalmatian Pelican Conservation in the Mediterranean Basin", it was organized for the second time the "Pelican’s Day” that corresponds with the "World Migratory Bird Day”. After the opening ceremony, different outdoor activities were planned in the park.

The visit at Godulla e Vogël and the observation of pelican’s colony from one of the towers were some of the activities. Students of Biology from Vlora University together with pupils of Divjaka Primary School were involved. Promoting the natural values of the park ...


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