The last voulture in Albania
The TV reportage "Shqipëria Tjetër” (Eng: "Other side of Albania”), broadcasted this Monday in the National TV "Top Channel” had in focus the state of vultures population in Albania, in the past being a family of four species whereas now: only one of the species is still nesting in Albania – the Egyptian vulture, and the three others are considered extinct. In the focus of this reportage are vultures, but in the background might be clearly seen the deteriorated state of natural environment in Albania, one of the most important assets where can be based the sustainable social and economic development of the country. Once upon a time, vultures were bringing the spring in Albania, whereas now the spring comes and goes without vultures, in the major part of the territory. All those which save still fresh memories of that time, have felt nostalgic when seeing this reportage, whereas the new generations, have felt curiosity and disappointment, from what has been done so far with our natural environment and biodiversity. Acknowledgments to the journalist Marin Mema, which took the attention of the wide public in Albania on this regard, and gave concrete examples.
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