|Common Snipe Gallinago gallinago ©Sue Tranter|
Number of bird species: 369
Forest Birds of SloveniaSound recordings... See: http://www2.pms-lj.si/cdgozd/cdgintrd.html
Drustvo Za Opazovanje in Proucevanje Ptic Slovenije (DOPPS) is the BirdLife Partner
Langusova 10, SLO-61000 Ljubljana. + 386 61 1339516 email@example.com
DPPVN - Society for bird research and nature protectionWebsite
For more information please contact DPPVN, Ptujska c. 91, SI-2327 Race, Slovenia, Fax: +386 (0)62 788 30 51, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The society can also arrange guided tours through Slovenia.
IxobryChus Ornithological Association (OAI)Website
Founded in 1983, the Ornithological Association IXOBRYCHUS (OAI) is one of the oldest ornithological organization in Slovenia devoted to the scientific study of birds. Ixobrychus is primarily an NGO organisation, its membership of 100 includes many amateurs dedicated to the advancement of ornithological science.
Nature Parks in SloveniaWebsite
The strategy of nature conservation foresees six regional parks. The Caves of Škocjan Regional park is to be developed into a much larger Karst regional park and five new parks would be established: Snežnik, Trnovski gozd, Kočevje-Kolpa, Pohorje and Karavanško-Kamniško-Savinjski Regional Park. These areas are charactersitic for the natural phenomena and patterns of sustainable land use.
The Secovlje saltpans are so far the only Slovenian wetlands on the list and are famous for their exceptional ecological and landscape value...
Slovenia presently has 2 sites designated as Wetlands of International Importance, with a surface area of 955 hectares...
Škocjanski Zatok Nature ReserveWebsite
In the period from 1999, 132 bird species were recorded in Škocjanski Zatok NR; 37 species nesting inside the reserve area, additional 13 species nesting adjacent to the reserve and 82 species recorded on migration or wintering...
2003 [June] Simon MahoodReport
Lying at the junction between Eastern and Western Europe, abutting the Alps and over 50% forested, Slovenia has been strangely ignored by travelling birders. Myself (Simon Mahood) and Dan Brown took a week long trip to the country on a tight budget. We connected with some of Europe`s toughest breeding species and experienced a wealth of nature and some of the best scenery I have seen in Europe...
2003 [October] Bob SwannReport
Birdwise I had realised that most of the summer visitors would have gone so the number of species of birds around would not be that high, but it was the resident specialities I was keen to see...
2005 [August] - Sander BotReport
This summer we decided to enjoy our holidays in Slovenia and Croatia. We are interested in birds, but also butterflies, dragonflies and hoverflies. For more information about our trip and its species, contact us at email@example.com.
2005 [June] - HoneyguidesReport
2006 [June] - HoneyguidesReport
2008 [May] - Mark EasterbrookReport
...We arrived in Croatia near Dubrovnik mid morning to brilliant sunshine and a refreshing sea breeze. Quickly heading off to the hotel in Mlini about 11Km east of Dubrovnik and 8Km from the airport at Chilipi; it was ideally situated and just below the hills described by Jon Hornbuckle; where the Partridges could be...
2009 [July] - Allan FinlaysonReport
Local birders willing to show visiting birders around their area...
Our company was formed with the intention of popularising birding trips in Hungary, birdwatching, butterfly, wildlife and nature tours in Eastern Europe The natural Choice in Eastern Europe and worldwide...
Green Eye EcotoursTour Operator
Today we provide outdoor-oriented tours, adventures, expeditions...
Birdlife in SloveniaWebsite
Wetlands important for birds in Slovenia include Secovlje salina at the coast, the Drava and the Mura rivers, with flooded woodlands in northeastern Slovenia, Ljubljansko barje (marshes) and Lake Cerknica in central part of the country. Some fishponds have become important sanctuaries for biodiversity in areas of modern intensive farming, especially in northeastern Slovenia. The Racki ribniki fishponds (protected as a Landscape Park with neighbour area) and Vrbje pond are important both for breeding as well as for migrating bird species (e.g. various ducks, herons, waders, grebes).
Birds from Slovenian Coast RegionWebsite
Cooperation with the Bird Watching and Researching Society of SloveniaWebsite
DOPPS (Bird Watching and Researching Society of Slovenia) is one of the oldest and the largest nongovernmental nature conservation organizations in Slovenia, established in 1979...
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