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BirdLife Švajcarska u posjeti CZIPu

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Petnaest članova BirdLife Švajcarske koji su proveli 10 dana u posmatranju ptica u Crnoj Gori posjetili su Centar za zaštitu i proučavanju ptica (CZIP). Razlog njihove posjete je bio upoznavanje sa radom crnogorskog BirdLife partnera ali i donacija za izradu 100 kućica za modrovrane. Ove kućice se rade po dimenzijama i upustvu od kolega iz Austrije, koji imaju veliko iskustvo sa ovom harizmatičnom vrstom.

Zahvaljujući donaciji na teritoriji Crne Gore će se postaviti 100 kućica dizajniranih i napravljenih za modrovrane kojih ima na karakterističnim staništima kao što je: Buljarica, Šaško jezero, Ulcinjska solana, Tivatska solila, plavne livade uz rijeku Bojanu, Mareza, Kujava, Mrčevo polje, plavne livade uz Skadarsko jezero i ispred Dodoša. U Crnoj Gori je do sada zabilježeno oko 30-tak parova ove vrste, a s obzirom na to da se radi o ptici selici naš je cilj da ih zadržimo što duže i da napravimo vruću tačku biodiverziteta za ovu vrstu. Centar za zaštitu i proučavanje ptica ovim putem iskazuje zahvalnost na izuzetbno značajnoj donaciji dobijenoj od kluba ptičara, članova BirdLife Swiss, uz podsjećanje da partner iz Švajcarske ne podržava naš rad po prvi put već to čini u kontinuitetu.

 

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Fifteen members of BirdLife Switzerland, who spent 10 days in the birdwatching trip in Montenegro, visited the Center for the Protection and Research of Birds (CZIP). The reason for their visit was to gain knowledge on the work of the Montenegrin BirdLife partner but also for donating funds for 100 houses for the European roller. These houses are being made in dimensions and according to the guidance of our Austrian, who have extensive experience with this charismatic species.

Thanks to this donation in Montenegro will be placed 100 bird houses, designed and made for the European roller which inhabits the characteristic habitats such as: Buljarica, Šaško Lake, Ulcinj and Tivat Salina, flood meadows along the river Bojana Mareza, Kujava, Mrčevo, flood meadows along the Skadar Lake and in front Dodosi village. Montenegro has so far recorded about 30 pairs of this bird species. Considering that it is a migrating bird our goal is to keep them as long as possible on pour territory creating a biodiversity hotspot for this species.

Center for the Protection and Research of Birds hereby expresses gratitude to a significant donation received from the birdwatchers club, members of BirdLife Switzerland, reminding general public that this is not the first time that our partner supports our work rather doing it continuously.

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