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Analysis of biodiversity threats in protected areas as a tool on the way to joint actions on nature protection

After preparation of the Capacity assessment report with recommendations for Capacity building programme which was the base for training implementations and a Brief Review of the status of the existing ...
06 04, 2022

Monitoring protocols for eight threatened bird species designed

The ”Bear in Mind” project is entirely designed to tackle biodiversity protection of the cross-border region between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, thus protecting its species as well as ensuring ...
11 03, 2022

Quality equipment for fieldwork donated to Nature park ”Blidinje”

Thanks to the donation within the Bear in Mind project, the Nature Park ”Blidinje” will have at its disposal quality equipment for fieldwork, which will be useful for future activities ...
27 12, 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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