Europe

Tsentral`nosibirsky

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

  About State Nature Biosphere Reserve Funding support: Russian Federal Budget Number of staff: 49 Description of the centre The Reserve was established in 1985 to preserve typical landscapes and ecosystems of Middle Siberia. Recognized in 1987 as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The Eloguisky Nature Refuge falls under the jurisdiction of the Reserve and is…

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Transylvanian Wetland Centre – Bazinul Fizesului

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

  About Ecotransilvania Association and Ecochoice Association Funding support: n/a Number of staff: 12 Number of visitors per year: n/a Overall aims of the centre 1. Research and monitoring to develop up-to-date, detailed GIS database of the distribution, population fluctuations, threats and conservation status of priority species and habitats 2. Concrete conservation measures targeting priority…

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Tomsk State University

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

  About The oldest Siberian wetland science school is affiliated at Tomsk State University. We research and monitor mires and peatlands on the West Siberian plain and mountains.   Top Work Areas The key activities include: Mires and peatlands inventory, management and conservation Mire biological diversity research Mire typology Mire cartography using GIS-technologies Mire vegetation…

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The Study Centre For The Broads

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

  About How Hill Trust Funding support: Self-funding Number of staff: 17 Number of visitors per year: 2200 Overall aims of the centre   Environmental education Description of the centre 90 hectares SSSI and NNR 46 bed thatched mansion providing residential environmental education plus day visit opportunities Specialising in primary years education Approx 1100 children…

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Tethys Wetland Park

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

  About Tethys Wetland Park Funding support: Private income Number of staff: 5 Number of visitors per year: As yet unknown Overall aims of the centre Tethys Park purpose is to enhance awareness for sensitive aquatic ecosystems, such as wetlands, promoting a sustainable management model. Description of the centre The Park is being developed in…

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Terschelling and Ameland Wetland Centre

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

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Smolenskoye Poozerie Wetland Centre

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

  About The 146,237 ha Smolensk Lakeland National Park (Biosphere Reserve) is located in the northwestern Smolensk Oblast, Russia, close to the borders with Belarus and Ukraine. There are over 35 glacial lakes, many rivers and streams, floodplain wetlands and meadows, and old-growth coniferous and broad-leaved forests. Organisation name: Smolensk Lakeland National Park (Biosphere Reserve)…

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Škocjanski zatok Nature Reserve

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

  About DOPPS – BirdLife Slovenia (manager of the state nature reserve)   Funding support: Management supported by the state budget (MoE), project sources, reserve income (from guided tours), sponsorships Number of staff: 6,5-7 FTE Number of visitors per year: 10-15,000 (after the construction of the visitor facilities, planned in 2014, the increase of visitors…

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Sebezh Wetland Centre

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

  About The Sebezhsky National Park is located in the Pskov Region, northwestern Russia, on the border with Belarus and Latvia, and covers 50,021 ha. There are 115 lakes in the area, some of them are largely overgrown with aquatic vegetation. Funding support: The wetland centre was developed with the financial support of the Embassy…

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Salso Lake Oasis

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

  About Centro Studi Naturalistici (Nature Studies Centre, a non-profit organisation) Funding support: Regional and EU funding (LIFE+) Number of staff: 20 (among officers, naturalists and workers) Number of visitors per year: 8,000 Overall aims of the centre The Salso Lake Oasis on one hand aims at the conservation of the most threatened animal species…

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