3 edition of Biodiversity of the Srebarna Biosphere Reserve found in the catalog.
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Biosphere Reserve It is an area which protects only wildlife It is an area which protects entire biodiversity - including wildlife, plants and tribals living in the area Boundaries are not fixed Boundaries are fixed They may be owned by government or . The Srebarna Nature Reserve (Bulgarian: Природен резерват Сребърна) is a nature reserve in northeastern Bulgaria (Southern Dobruja), near the village of the same name,
The number, density and habitat distribution of breeding birds in the Srebarna Reserve, NE Bulgaria, were determined. The study, based on the method of transects, was carried out during the. The reserve covers an area of ,1 hectares at meters altitude and includes extensive reed beds (Phragmites communis) and freshwater marshes. There is a subterranean karst and cave hydrological system in the southern part of the site. The reserve was established in and was declared a biosphere reserve in and mainly aims to protect the rich avifauna in the area with nearly bird .
Biosphere reserve. A biosphere reserve is a large,protected area of land meant for the conservation of wildlife,biodiversity and the traditional lifestyles of the tribal people living in the area.. A special feature of the protected areas called Biosphere reserve is that local people or tribals are an integral part of it. Fact Sheet – M6 Project Shouf Biosphere Reserve. Project Title: Building the ecologic and socio-economic resilience of the Shouf Mountain Landscape by restoring and strengthening the socio-cultural fabric which sustains its biodiversity and cultural values.
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Srébarna Biosphere Reserve, Bulgaria Srebarna Lake is the last Danube riverside lake preserved in Bulgaria and is unique example of this common in the past type of wetlands.
It is a freshwater lake that shelters vast diversity of plant and animal species characteristic and rare for the region. Fungi (in the Biodiversity of Srebarna Biosphere Reserve. Checklist and Bibliography). SREBARNA NATURE RESERVE BULGARIA The Srebarna Nature Reserve is a freshwater lake on the Romanian border, supplied by seasonal floods from the River Danube one kilometre to the north.
It is the breeding home of 99 species of birds, 24 of which are rare or endangered. Some 80 other bird Author: UNEP-WCMC. Srebarna Lake Biosphere Reserve. The Srebarna Lake was designated as a Monument of World Cultural and Natural Heritage (), UNESCO biosphere reserve (), Ramsar site () and Important Bird Area () because of its extremely rich ornithofauna and mainly because of the breeding of globally threatened species Dalmatian Pelican (Pelecanus crispus), Pygmy Cormorant (Phalacrocorax pygmeus.
This definitive book shows their global relevance and contribution to environmental protection, biocultural diversity and education. Initiated in the s as part of UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere (MAB) Programme, BRs share a set of common objectives, to support and demonstrate a balance between biodiversity conservation, sustainable development and research.
The Srebarna Nature Reserve is a freshwater lake adjacent to the Danube and extending over ha. It is the breeding ground of almost species of birds, many of. The biosphere reservation by the village of Srebarna is situated at a distance of 2 km south from the river Danube and 16 km west from Silistra, on an area of ha.
It covers the lake Srebarna. Srebarna Nature Reserve comprises Lake Srebarna and its surroundings and is located on the bird migration route between Europe and Africa.
Srebarna, on the west bank of the Danube River, is a wetland habitat for about bird species, both breeding and migrating. The Srebarna Nature Reserve (Bulgarian: Природен резерват Сребърна, transliterated as Priroden rezervat Srebarna) is a nature reserve in northeastern Bulgaria (Southern Dobruja), near the village of the same name, 18 km west of Silistra and 2 km south of the comprises Lake Srebarna and its surroundings and is located on the Via Pontica, a bird migration route.
There are biosphere reserves in 38 countries in Europe and North America. Countries Biosphere Reserve Year of designation Periodic Reviews ALBANIA 1 biosphere reserve Ohrid-Prespa Transboundary Biosphere Reserve (Republic of Albania / North Macedonia) AUSTRIA 4 biosphere reserves Gossenköllesee Withdrawn in Gurgler Kamm Srebarna Nature Reserve (Bulgaria.
Srebarna Nature Reserve) is a nature reserve in northeastern Bulgaria, near the village of the same name, 16 km west of the city of Silistra, 2 km south of the Danube. Srebarna Nature Reserve. The Srebarna Nature Reserve is a freshwater lake adjacent to the Danube and extending over ha.
It is the breeding ground of almost species of birds, many of which are rare or endangered. Some 80 other bird species migrate and seek refuge there every winter. Further restoration activities should include the dredging procedures with sediment detachment and management of the reed-beds.” (Biodiversity of Sreburna Biosphere Reserve, ).
The Ministry of Environment and Waters had approved the Management Plan of Srebarna, elaborated by scientists from the Central Laboratory for General Ecology. lake in Bulgaria, Biosphere Reserve in Bulgaria. This page was last edited on 21 Juneat All structured data from the main, Property, Lexeme, and EntitySchema namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; text in the other namespaces is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.
The Srebarna Lake was designated as a Monument of World Cultural and Natural Heritage (), UNESCO biosphere reserve (), Ramsar site () and Important Bird Area () because of its extremely rich ornithofauna and mainly because of the breeding of globally threatened species Dalmatian Pelican (Pelecanus crispus), Pygmy Cormorant (Phalacrocorax pygmeus) and Ferruginous Duck.
- October – up to now: research associate, Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research - Bulgarian Academy of Science, Monitoring Ornithofauna of Srebarna Biosphere Reserve and manage of information center in Srebarna Biosphere Reserve.
Recent Projects. Manager of the projects. The park is rich in unique eco systems and rare plant and animal species, a large part of which are included in the Red Book of Bulgaria. The biosphere reserve Srebarna covers the lake Srebarna and the territories near it.
It presents an exceptional diversity of plant and animal species, and it is one of the most interesting wetlands in Europe. Ecosystems of the Biosphere Reserve Srebarna Lake. Sofia, Professor Marin Drinov Academic Publishing House, vi+ pp.
Book January with Reads. All BRs belong to the first generation of Biosphere Reserves, designated long before the adoption of the Seville Strategy and the Statutory Framework, and thus, they were established only with core zones.
So, only the conservation and partly the logistic support funtions, related to research and biodiversity monitoring have been taking place. Due largely to its ecological importance, the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve was the first Biosphere Reserve to be declared in southern Africa and forms part of UNESCO’s world-wide network of Biosphere Reserves.
Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve boasts 1 different plant species per 10 square kilometres – the highest diversity in the World!. Srébarna Biosphere Reserve (Bulgaria) Originally designated inthis biosphere reserve is located in the northeast of the country, and covers a surface area of 52, ha with a population of 61, inhabitants.
It has high biodiversity.srebarna Due to the rare and endangered bird species which nest or rest here on their way south, in the lake Srebarna was included in the UNESCO List of Global Natural and Cultural Heritage. The aim is to preserve the unique biodiversity of the lake which has been popular among the Bulgarian and European scientific community since the early twentieth century.InSrebarna Lake was also protected as a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention and, inas a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Init was listed as World Natural and Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO, and in the Lake was designated as European Important Bird Area (BG ) by BirdLife International.