Albania’s nature revealed

05 July 2013 | News story
0 CommentairesWrite a comment

IUCN's project in Albania brings exciting results: hidden cameras show the rich wildlife of Shebenik-Jabllanicë National Park: a brown bear, a wolf, a red fox, badgers, a wild cat, a European hare and a wild boar. The camera trapping results will be used for management plan development for this protected area. Check this photo gallery and read the latest project news in the Advance Albania Newsletter.

Mr. Cunliffe, IUCN expert, is working on the two sites management plans and stresses in the featured interview the need for Albania to strengthen institutional management capacity. Mr Gocaj, Agriculture expert, calls for a wise use of protected resources and highlights the importance of participatory approach to planning. Read about the first Environmental Film Fest in Albania and the recently announced instrument for financing by Italian-Albanian Development Cooperation. Visit the gallery to see the IUCN’s Project team at work. Learn about the water resources in Shebenik-Jabllanicë National Park, the vegetation maps that are being developed for the two project sites and IUCN’s efforts in Albania in the Newsletter and the project webpages.


Commentaires

0 Commentaires
Write a comment

600 CHARACTERS LEFT

captcha