Pomorie Lake – Conservation, Restoration, and Sustainable Management
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Urgent Measures for Restoration and Conservation of Species and Habitats of European Significance within Pomorie Lake Complex of Protected Natural Areas
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[ 29.04.2018 ] Camera in Pomorie Lake visitor centre shows the birds of the lagoon in real time Special camera with large magnification and high definition is the last addition to the exhibition and available optics in the visitor centre at the town of Pomorie. more >>

[ 13.04.2018 ] Green Balkans experts participated in 3rd Adriatic Flyway Conference Bulgarian conservationists reported results from tracking Lesser kectrels and Sandwich terns that have reached Adriatic coast during their migrations. more >>

[ 12.03.2018 ] Pomorie Lake visitor centre has hosted on-site visit by Turkish experts
On 10 March group of experts and citizens from Turkey have visited the area of Pomorie Lake. The visit was within project “Preparation and Promotion of the Development Process of the NATURA 2000 European Ecological Network in Strandzha Mountain” CB005.1.12.135, for the Cross-border Cooperation Programme INTERREG-IPA Bulgaria – Turkey 2014-2020 of the EU, implemented by Sakar Nature Park NGO, Levka village and DAYKO NGO, Turkey.
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[ 28.02.2018 ] Green Balkans NGO supports environmental education of kids from Dobrich region It has already become a tradition for Green Balkans NGO to support environmental education activities for kids from Dobrich region. Last Saturday it was turn of schoolchildren from Stefan Karadzha Primary School of Zhitnitsa village, municipality of Dobrich.
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This website has been constructed within Green Balkans’ project “Urgent Measures for Restoration and Conservation of Species and Habitats of European Significance within Pomorie Lake Complex of Protected Natural Areas” funded by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union and the state budget of the Republic of Bulgaria through Operational Program “Environment” 2007-2013, Priority Axis 3 “Preservation and Restoration of Biodiversity”.

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