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Ornithological excursion to the Eastern Slovakia

“Senianske rybníky” ponds – May 15th – 19th, 2013

Senianske rybníky

A group of passionate ornithologists from Austria visited the „Senianske rybníky“ ponds – one of the most important bird areas in the Central Europe and the most important bird breeding site in Slovakia. In this „birding paradise“ covering an area of almost 1500 ha they were able to see 110 from 145 registered bird species in 3 days. The Lesser Spotted Eagle and the singing Red-breasted Flycatcher made the biggest impression on the guests.

An article about the excursion in the „Geschnatter“ magazine (page 6, in German)

The 2nd International „FINE!Dust-Free“ Congress

Klagenfurt on Lake Wörthersee – October 1st – 2nd, 2009

NATRIX coorganized the 2nd international Fine!Dust-Free Congress 2009 in Klagenfurt on Lake Wörthersee, Austria.

More information about the Congress

Reisepavillon – The International ALTERNATIVE Travel Fair

Munich – February 26th – March 2nd, 2009

NATRIX took part in the unique international travel fair specialized in environmental and social responsible travel. As the focus theme 2009 was “Tourism along and beyond the Green Belt”, we mainly introduced our offer in the Slovak part of the Green Belt area.

More information and photos from Munich

Slovakia – Wild and Romantic

Orava – October 4th – 7th, 2008

Tarn Roháčske pleso

A journey to the Slovak region of Orava was prepared for readers of “Geschnatter” – a newspaper published by the National Park Neusiedler See – Seewinkel in Burgenland, Austria.

NATRIX JOURNEY – new knowledge, information and experience

Burgenland – April 11th – 12th, 2008

View from the observation tower in Illmitz

8 chosen entrepreneurs active in incoming tourism in Slovakia travelled to neighbouring Burgenland to get inspired by knowledge from more experienced Austrian partners and to start new activities contributing to sustainable development of tourism in Slovakia.

The pan-European Green-Belt Meeting

Bratislava/Stupava – November 18th – 21st, 2007

The pan-European Green-Belt Meeting in StupavaMore than 70 participants from 22 countries discussed the possibilities of nature protection and sustainable development in the area of the European Green Belt.

After the WWII Europe was divided into two parts by the so called Iron Curtain reaching from the Barents Sea in the north to the Black Sea in the south. Nobody had been allowed to enter this border territory for several decades. Thanks to this fact, nature, biotops, flora and fauna stayed conserved in this area, while it was destroyed in other places. Today, we call this territory The Green Belt. The Green Belt is one of the essential parts of European natural heritage, a living monument of European history and nature.

This conference was organised in cooperation with BROZ (Regional Association for Nature Conservation and Sustainable Development) as a local partner of IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature).

www.europeangreenbelt.org
IUCN Newsletter 2008/1 with information on the Green Belt Meeting – download in PDF format

Birdwatching in Slovakia

May 10th – 20th, 2006

Birdwatching SlovakiaA 10-day study tour focused on important bird areas and interesting botanical localities all around Slovakia was organised for members of a nature protection union from Burgdorf in Switzerland – NVB (Natur und Vogelschutz Burgdorf und Umgebung).

Natur und Vogelschutz Burgdorf und Umgebung (NVB)