The project is
based on a previous project supported by IVF. It covers all Visegrad
countries, now. The main part of activities is dedicated to the
education of children and the conservation of bat roost sites. We would
like to continue with the most favourite activities for children -
presentations and excursions in the field. Also, we would like to spread
information about bats through collaboration with schools and
Eco-centres.The project will support the creation of accessories for education on biology and bat conservation.
Implementation period: February 2022 - March 2023
Funded by Visegrad Fund
Saola - ochrana prírody - slovak non-governmental organization
focused on the nature conservation and research activities, which help
to improve the species conservation status. All year activity is aimed
on the education of families and children, monitoring of bats and birds.
Based on the previous project experiences, Saola prepares and realizes
nature conservation projects especially on the local and regional
Institute of vertebrate biology - the origin of the Institute dates back to the beginning of 1953, when
the Laboratory of Vertebrate Zoology of the newly formed Czechoslovak
Academy of Sciences was established in Brno. From the very beginning the
institution was rather small, but active and efficient. In the first
decades of its existence, basic research on the biology of fishes, birds
and mammals developer and, in the 1960s and 70s, the Institute was
among the leading institutions in this field, both in former
Czechoslovakia and abroad. The Institute has offered employment and support to hundreds of
zoologists with a deep interest in the study of animals, their lives and
their natural history.
Vénic Természetvédelmi és Természetismereti Alapítvány - hungarian non-governmental organization, focused on the nature conservation in the area Pilis and Visegrad mountains. Vénic Nature Conservation Foundation operates from February 2006. The membership of the Board of Trustees includes 3 persons as active center of the membership. Our programs were mostly volunteered by high school students and university students (cca. 5-10 people what depends on the season). The mission is composed of the floristic, fauna and ecological surveys carried out in the areas of natural, but legal and non-protected areas in Hungary, especially in Natura 2000 areas. Within the framework of our public interest the aim is to know the biodiversity of natural sites of our surroundings and to get much more information about those still unknown areas. The target groups are mainly younger generations as students who interested on our biological diversity and the nature conservation.
ZBYTECH - A company based in 2002 in Poland. Main mission is the conservation of bat wintering and breeding sites. Building and installation of bat boxes with original design is also important part of practical conservation measures.