Europe

Randsfjordmuseet

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

About Name of organisation Randsfjordmuseet Funding support State/county/municipal Number of staff 19 Number of visitors per year 26,000 Overall aims of the centre Conservation and communication of the cultural and natural history in our region Description of the centre Randsfjordmuseet consists of 4 museums with considerable distance between them. In the mountains is Kittilbu Utmarksmuseum…

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Nizip-Karkamış Flood Plain Wetland – Turkey

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

About Name of organisation Karkamiş Flood Plain Wetland Funding support Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality / Park Garden and Green Areas Department Number of staff   Number of visitors per year   Overall aims of the centre Our wetland project will be the first and unique in our region. That’s big reason for us,we would like to…

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aerial view of land and water

Ecopark for biodiversity and alternative tourism “Vaya”, Bulgaria

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

About Name of organisation Via Pontica Foundation Funding support Self supported Number of staff 4 Number of visitors per year Only opened 2018 Overall aims of the centre To protect the biodiversity and wetlands in the region and to promote sustainable tourism activities Description of the centre The site is located on the shore of…

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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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Cley and Salthouse Marshes

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

About Name of organisation Norfolk Wildlife Trust Number of staff 25 Number of visitors per year 100,000 Overall aims of the centre 1. To inspire people to learn about and understand the value of Norfolk’s exceptional coastline, wetland habitats and its conservation; 2. To help people understand the need for conservation management and its importance;…

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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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WWT Welney Wetland Centre

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

A Star Wetland Centre! Recognised in 2022 as a Star Wetland Visitor Centre. Find out more. About The eco-friendly visitor centre, opened in April 2006, is the perfect base from which to explore the secrets of 1,200 acres of wetland. The Centre has a café and gift shop together with two meeting rooms for corporate…

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WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre

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

  About Today with its award-winning visitor centre overlooking nationally and internationally protected wetlands, this world famous site is an important wintering area for migrating waterbirds such as Bewick’s Swans and houses WWT’s species conservation programme. Slimbridge Centre is managed by the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT), the largest UK-based charity dedicated solely to the…

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WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre

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

  About 550 acres, reedbed, marsh, wet meadow, carr, wet woodland, dry reedbed, formal grounds. Open all year, with full programme of education and events for schools and the public. 9 birdwatching hides. 170,000 visitors per year. Site located between Ormskirk and Preston in West Lancashire. Funding support: Various Number of staff: 20 full time,…

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