The conference “Saving injured wildlife – veterinary aspects”, organized by Milvus Group and Vets4Wild Association in Miercurea Nirajului brought together 80 participants from all over the country and abroad. During two days topics important for those in charge of rescuing and rehabilitating wild animals were discussed, from parasitic and infectious diseases, treatment methods, Brown Bear anaesthesia under field conditions to nurturing of Swifts. Our foreign guests – Bård Stokke from Norway, dr. Molnár Ladislav from Slovakia, dr. Kertész Péter from Hungary and Ivaylo Klisurov from Bulgaria presented some good practice in wildlife rehabilitation in Europe, Centres with large experience and procedures of species reintroduction into the wild. Their work is an example for us! Continue reading
The European Parliament last week gave a favourable progress vote on the own-initiative report on the Mid-term Review of the EU Biodiversity Strategy, recognizing the special importance of the Habitats and Birds Directives for nature protection in all Member States.
The report draws attention to the Commission that the good things achieved with tangible results can be improved and nature protection should be one of the main priorities: Continue reading
On a sunny Sunday, four teams have strolled down the Toplița – Deda Gorge to carry on the White-throated Dippers Census. Continue reading