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The workshop on the monitoring of birds in the National Park ,, Durmitor ” – learning about woodpeckers, owls and forest hens

In the period 12.04. to 14.04.2021. the Center for Protection and Research of Birds organized a workshop, in the National park ‘Durmitor’, dedicated to capacity building for monitoring protected / ...
02 06, 2021

The second educational webinar organized – Research of forest owl species on the example of the Tengmalm’s owl

The second educational webinar, this time on the topic Research of forest owl species on the example of the Tengmalm’s owl (Aegolius funereus L.), was held on 31.05.2021. thus continuing ...
02 06, 2021

Meet Nugota: The first capercaillies with GPS/GSM satellite transmitter in Montenegro

In the night between Tuesday and Wednesday 11-12th  May 2021, we received great news from colleagues who were  the field on the Durmitor mountain: with the help of nets, a ...
13 05, 2021

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Bringing environmental actions for the biodiversity protection across the borders

BEAR in Mind project combines different methods and activities in order to empower and develop capacities of protected areas (PA) administrations and environmental NGOs in Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina and to improve the level of participation of environmental NGOs in policy-making processes, as well as to overcome the administrative boundaries of the countries and implement a new joint management approach that would not only reduce numerous threats to these ecosystems, but also promote the values of European protection standards through implementation of respective biodiversity monitoring while promoting benefits for the inhabitants of surrounding municipalities and Pas.
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