On 6 March at Cefa (Bihor County) took place the discussion of the future Cefa Natural Park ‘s Management Plan. The Scientific Documentation, the Management Plan and the Action Plan were all elaborated as a part of the on-going Phare CBC project named “Romanian-Hungarian Green Corridor for the Conservation of Biodiversity”, by a team including employees of the Apuseni Natural Park , an external expert and many collaborators. The relevant authorities (ex. Ministry of Integration, County Hall), scientific organizations (ex. Apuseni NP, University of Oradea), the Hungarian partner (Körös Maros NP Directorate) and the local community (ex. parish councils, the local fishing firm) were all represented. To this meeting – as to the future Consultancy Council, too – the Milvus Group was also invited for our organization has been involved in research and conservation issues regarding this habitat since 1991, it being considerate one of the most important place in Romania for breeding and migrating waterbirds. The establishment of the Cefa NP is expected to be done until the end of the year.