Black sea-Mediterranean flyway

Ecofund “Live Planet”, Russia

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 18th March 2019

About Name of organisation Khakass Regional Public Ecological Fund “Live Planet” Funding support Ecofund “Live Planet” is funded by a combination of grants, financing from regional government, education and excursion activities and donations from the Friends of the Fund. Number of staff 4 staff and volunteers from the local residents. Overall aims of the centre…

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Armash Bird Count

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 18th March 2019

About Name of organisation TSE – Towards Sustainable Ecosyctems NGO Funding support Through grants and birdwatching Number of staff 3 Number of visitors per year 300 Overall aims of the centre Conservation of unique diversity of Birds in Armash ponds. Description of the centre – 4,250 ha; – Brakish water wetlands, carp-farming ponds, extensive reedbeds,…

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A moose in water up to its haunches, in a green landscape

Yauza Wetland Centre (Losiny Ostrov)

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 7th March 2018

  About Federal State Institution National Park “Losiny Ostrov” Funding support: Federal budget, Russian Program Wetland International, other funding Number of staff: 3 Number of visitors per year: Visitors to the area, up 3000 per day; visitors t0 the ecocentre about 1600 in a year Overall aims of the centre Research, management and conservation of…

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Pomorie Lake Visitor Centre

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 6th March 2018

  About Pomorie Lake is a hyper-saline lagoon with a total area of 760 ha. Part of it is saltpans and medicinal mud is extracted too. Habitats found here include Coastal lagoons, Pannonic salt steppes and salt marshes, Embryonic shifting dunes and Shifting dunes along the shoreline with Ammophila arenaria (white dunes). Funding support: Project…

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Lake Neusiedl National Park

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 4th March 2018

  About Lake Neusiedl National Park Funding support: State (Austria), Province (Burgenland) Number of staff: 10 (Visitor Centre), 32 (National Park, including Visitor Centre) Number of visitors per year: ca. 40.000 (Visitor Centre), ca. 700.000 (National Park) Overall aims of the centre Overall aims of a National Park: Nature conservation through research and monitoring, habitat…

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Naurzum Natural Reserve

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 2nd March 2018

About A government and non government project run by partners of the Siberian Crane Wetland Project in Russia, China, Iran and Kazakhstan. A United Nations Environment Programme/Global Environment Fund/International Crane Foundation/Forestry and Hunting Committee, Ministry of Agriculture Republic of Kazakhstan project. Main goals are to develop a network of wetland sites using the Siberian Crane…

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