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BIODIVERSITY MONITORING EQUIPMENT DONATED to nature park ”Piva”

Fantastic cooperation with the director and emploies of Nature park ”Piva”, achieved through the implementation of the ”Bear in Mind” project, resulted in the procurement and donation of very valuable ...
10 09, 2021

After Borko, another brown bear in MOntenegro captured and tagged

After Borko, who became a local star, known by everyone who lives in the region of the nature park ”Piva”, another bear is on the way to become famous in ...
27 07, 2021

The second workshop on mammals monitoring in Montenegro: Searching for Borko the bear

The beauties of the Nature park ,,Piva” were a real surprise for all participants in the workshop “Strengthening capacities for monitoring of the protected/endangered mammal species in the Nature park ...
09 07, 2021

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BEAR in Mind

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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