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  • Title: DANUBEPARKS - Network of Protected Areas
    Descriptive info: .. INTRANET.. SIGN IN.. HOME.. DANUBEPARKS.. Partners.. Activities.. The Danube.. News.. Downloads.. Links.. Contacts.. Subscribe.. Review: October 22-24, Ingolstadt/Germany.. | 25.. 10.. 2012.. DANUBEPARKS STEP 2.. 0 Kick-Off Event.. Review 02.. 09.. | 03.. Bavarian Danube-Festival in Austria.. DANUBEPARKS STEP2.. 0 approved.. | 18.. 07.. Successful cooperation continues!.. Cooperation for conservation.. DANUBEPARKS - Network Of Protected Areas.. Find.. Tourism Offers.. 1.. From.. 2.. Until.. 3.. Protected Area.. All Areas.. Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve.. Kalimok-Brushlen Protected Site.. Rusenski Lom Nature Park.. Persina Nature Park.. Đerdap National Park.. Lonjsko Polje Nature Park.. Kopački rit Nature Park.. Gornje Podunavlje Special Nature Reserve.. Duna-Dráva National Park.. Duna-Ipoly National Park.. Fertö-Hánsag National  ...   upon past successes and implements actions for Black Poplar and White-tailed Eagle conservation, for tourism offers, for dynamic rivers, and strengthens cooperation with external stakeholders.. More.. Action Plan and Database:.. White-tailed Eagle.. A legally binding document for the protection of the White-tailed Eagle at the Danube and a database for the transnational collection of monitoring data were developped within the DANUBEPARKS project.. Project Results:.. Danube-wide Monitoring.. In spring and summer 2011, the DANUBEPARKS partnership has monitored Little-ringed Plover and Sandmartin along the whole river, to determine the status of river dynamics and draw conclusions on protection and revitalization measures.. © copyright 2012 National Park DonauAuen GmbH |.. IMPRINT..

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    Descriptive info: 2009-2012.. STEP 2.. Official.. Documents.. Declaration of Tulcea (147 KB).. Declaration of Vienna (724 KB).. Information.. Material.. DANUBEPARKS Project Brochure (English).. Translations are available at Downloads.. (2897 KB).. DANUBEPARKS Project Report 2009-2012 (English).. (12318 KB).. The Danube River Network of Protected Areas.. The Protected Areas along the Danube preserve and restore the most valuable habitats of this international river, thus safeguarding an important part of Europe s natural heritage for future generations.. Cross-border and transnational cooperation is an indispensable part of this work; nature doesn t recognise state borders, so nature protection needs cooperation across borders as well if results are to be achieved.. Therefore, DANUBEPARKS the Danube River Network of Protected Areas was founded in April 2007 through the signing of the.. Declaration of Tulcea.. Eight protected areas were among the founders of this network, and many more joined their work during the early years.. The goal is to integrate all Protected Area administrations along the Danube as well as the bigger tributaries (e.. g.. Prut, Sava, Tisza, Morava, etc.. ),which share the same problems and are therefore able to solve these issues more efficiently by close cooperation.. Aims of the Network.. Based on the principles of the Ramsar Convention and the Convention and Co-operation for the Protection and Sustainable Use of the Danube River (Sofia, 1994), the Declaration of Tulcea solidifies the aims of the Network:.. enhance nature conservation of Danube River Protected Areas.. manage Danube Protected Areas wisely.. exchange and promote expertise in management.. improve knowledge of the ecological status of the river, as well as the the economic, social and environmental impacts and the management of the Danube Protected Areas.. take actions for the prevention, control and reduction of pollution in the floodplains and wetlands in the Danube Basin.. promote awareness of the international importance of the Danube River.. promote sustainable development.. influence the implementation and future development of public policies.. The.. Declaration of Vienna.. , signed by twelve partners on the occasion of the Kick-Off Event of the first joint transnational project, further details these aims  ...   from River Morphology to Nature Tourism, from Habitat Networks to Transnational Monitoring and Species Preservation.. proceed here to the project description.. The second joint project, called DANUBEPARKS STEP 2.. 0, is currently ongoing (October 2012 until September 2014) and builds on the results of the first one, working on implementing joint plans, raising results to policy level and sustainably anchoring the DANUBEPARKS partnership both in the region and with other stakeholders.. To find out more about this project with a budget of 2,2 mio and activities for White-tailed Eagle, Black Poplar, river dynamics and nature tourism,.. continue to read here.. The activities and results of both projects can be found in more detail in the five thematic areas of.. Morphology.. ,.. Habitats.. Species.. Monitoring.. and.. Tourism.. , whereas the.. News.. section will update you on any upcoming events or recently implemented actions.. Cooperation and Partnership.. DANUBEPARKS works on various issues, including river morphology, forest management, tourism and many more.. For all of these areas the integration and cooperation with stakeholders is vital.. The Network has therefore established the following formal cooperations:.. ICPDR (International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River).. : The DANUBEPARKS Network is an observer to the ICPDR, integrating the voice of the Protected Areas in General Assembly and Working Groups.. Cooperation with the ICPDR, however, goes far beyond this formal observership as the Danube-wide Monitoring in the DANUBEPARKS STEP 2.. 0 project shows.. DCC (Danube Competence Center).. : The DANUBEPARKS Network is a member of the DCC, an association of tourism stakeholders with the aim to improve and promote sustainable tourism along the Danube.. The membership provides access to education and training, joint marketing activities and allows for the promotion of nature-friendly tourism.. NEWADA (Network of Danube Waterway Administrations).. : The NEWADA Network represents the navigation sector, with which nature protection has many conflicting fields but also important opportunities for synergies.. Both networks are represented as observer partners in each respective project, and a joint conference is planned for 2013 to improve respect for nature in waterway administration..

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    Descriptive info: Transnational cooperation for the preservation of our joint natural heritage.. DANUBEPARKS is a network of Protected Areas along the Danube, currently comprising 15 areas represented by different partner institutions (public authorities, public enterprises, NGOs).. The Network cooperates in different fields of work that are important to all partners and where solutions depend on a transnationally coherent strategy.. The fields of work are:.. River Morphology and Revitalization.. Floodplain Management and Habitat Network.. Conservation of Danube Flagship Species.. Monitoring and Natura2000.. Nature Tourism..

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    Descriptive info: Biodiversity.. Hydrology.. Economy.. Culture.. Organizations.. The Danube – the Lifeline of Europe.. The Danube is one of the world s greatest rivers.. It is the second longest river in Europe after the Volga and the longest river in the European Union.. It measures 2,857 km in length and up to 1.. 5 km in width, with depths between 1 to 8 metres and drains 817,000 km.. The scenic silver stream of the only eastbound river in Europe originates in Germany s Black Forest as the much smaller Brigach and Breg Rivers, which join at the town of Donaueschingen.. The Danube then flows eastward, passing through several Central and Eastern European capitals before emptying into the Black Sea via the Danube Delta in Romania and Ukraine.. Considered Europe s lifeline, the basin includes the territories of 19 countries and is home to more than 83 million people with a wide range of cultures, languages and historical backgrounds, making it the single most international river, affecting more nations than any other river in the world.. The European Commission now recognises the Danube as the most important non-oceanic body of water in Europe and a future central axis for the European Union.. People have been aware of the Danube s importance since the dawn of mankind.. In Latin the Danube was known as Danubius, Danuvius, or Ister, and in Ancient Greek as Istros.. The name Dānuvius is derived from the Indo-European word dānu, meaning primeval cosmic river.. The Indo-European root dā meaning to flow, rapid, violent, undisciplined whereas the Ancient Greek word Istros simply means strong or swift.. The Waters of the Danube Basin.. The Upper Basin extends from the source of the Danube in Germany, where it remains a characteristic mountain river until Passau, to Bratislava in  ...   Danube and the Black Sea.. Tisza.. is the longest tributary of the Danube (966 km), and the second largest by flow, after the Sava River.. The Tisza River Basin is the largest sub-basin in the Danube River Basin.. Sava.. has the largest discharge of water to the Danube of any tributary and is the second largest by catchment area.. The Sava is shared by Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro.. Siret.. flows from its source in Ukraine into Romania.. River Basin is the third-largest catchment area of any Danube tributary, and is situated to the east of the Carpathians.. Prut.. River is the second longest (950 km) and the last major tributary of the Danube, with its confluence located just upstream of the Danube Delta.. It begins in the forests of the Ukrainian Carpathians, and later forms the border between Romania and Moldova.. Protecting a Valuable Resource.. Although the Danube is widely known as the Blue Danube , its water is far from being blue in most places.. In recent decades, many dams and locks were built that interrupt the natural flow of the river on its majestic journey to the Black Sea.. On top of this, problems from pollution endanger its rich biodiversity and extensive land changes cause floods and droughts in many places.. People all along the Danube rely on this river for their livelihood.. Transport along the river not only provides jobs but provides a greener alternative to roads.. And the river has linked together a variety of cultures in the region, influencing and inspiring people throughout history.. Today this inspiration is bringing the many countries in the Danube region together to work hand in hand with expert organisations towards a better, bluer Danube for many future generations to come..

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    Descriptive info: Latest News.. Below, find all the news articles of the last months and years in chronological order.. 25.. 0 Project.. builds up on the success of three years of transnational cooperation between the Protected Areas along the Danube River.. On October 23, the Kick-Off Meeting took place in Ingolstadt, Germany.. 03.. Bavarian Danube-Festival in Donau-Auen National Park.. The yearly Danube Festivals have been established as a tradition within the.. DANUBEPARKS Project.. , which was implemented betwen 2009 and 2012 with an ever growing number of Protected Areas in the partnership.. On Sunday, September 2nd, Bavaria visited Austria: The Bavarian Danube Festival took place in Donau-Auen s visitor centre in Orth/Donau, with guests from Neuburg and Ingolstadt bringing culinary delights, music, dance, traditional costumes and an exhibition giving insights to their natural heritage to their friends further downstream.. 18.. The Protected Areas along the Danube are cooperating within the Network DANUBEPARKS already since 2009 to protect the joint natural heritage along Europe s most international river.. Mid of July, the network received.. positive news.. : The successful cooperation will continue within the project.. , funded again by the.. programme ETC-SEE.. 01.. 06.. New protected areas in Slovak Danube Floodplains.. In April and May, the celebrations for designation of two new Protected Areas in the Slovak Danube Floodplains took place.. Both are in Bratislava,  ...   Victoria Hasler from the Austrian Ministry of Environment (Lebensministerium), Alexander Faltejsek from the City of Vienna and Wolfgang Stalzer, President of the ICPDR (International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River) welcomed the guests and underlined the important role of transnational cooperation for successful and efficient nature protection of a European ecosystem.. 17.. 11.. 2011.. International Tourism Conference.. In autumn 2011, as the last of three international conferences, the Donau-Auen National Park organized the Tourism Conference in collaboration with the.. Danube Tourist Commission.. , where the Protected Areas and representatives of the tourism industry came together.. International White-tailed Eagle Conference.. The Duna-Dráva National Park organized the International White-tailed Eagle conference in autumn 2011 as one main focal point for dissemination of project results to relevant stakeholders.. Invitation to Danube Nature & Culture Tourism Conference.. On November 8th, the Danube Tourist Commission together with DANUBEPARKS, Danube River Network of Protected Areas, organizes the first joint Danube Nature Culture Tourism Conference in Vienna.. 06.. Decisions and Celebrations at DANUBEPARKS Meeting and Festival in Austria.. The Danube Festival in Orth/Donau took place on September 4th with strong international participation: 120 guests from nearly all Danube countries supported the Donau-Auen National Park in bringing the international flair of the Danube close to local people in Austria, of which around 1000 participated in the event.. Next..

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    Descriptive info: Conference and Workshop Proceedings.. 0 Kick Off Event (Ingolstadt, Germany; 2012 October 23).. Introduction to the DANUBEPARKS STEP 2.. 0 project (G.. Frank) (.. pdf, 1663 KB).. Flagship Species - Black Poplar (Z.. Tomovic) (.. pdf, 3896 KB).. Flagship Species - White-tailed Eagle (T.. Parrag) (.. pdf, 328 KB).. Nature Tourism (G.. Baboianu) (.. pdf, 1940 KB).. Anchoring the Network (G.. pdf, 1111 KB).. Communication and Dissemination (M.. Wagner) (.. pdf, 1093 KB).. 0 Task Force Meeting Tourism (Grünau, Germany; 2012 October 22).. Carrying Capacities (G.. Cretu) (.. pdf, 4547 KB).. Assessment Tour (T.. Schneider) (.. pdf, 154 KB).. Quality Guidelines (M.. pdf, 75 KB).. Social tourism (E.. Buchert) (.. pdf, 983 KB).. Visitor Centre (P.. Kezdy) (.. pdf, 3266 KB).. DANUBEPARKS Evening Event (Vienna, Austria; 2012 February 27).. DANUBEPARKS Project Results (G.. pdf, 7889 KB).. DANUBEPARKS Experiences and Perspectives (C.. Manzano) (.. pdf, 5227 KB).. Agenda Evening Event (.. pdf, 461 KB).. DANUBEPARKS Nature and Culture Tourism Conference (Vienna, Austria; 2011 November 8).. Danube Tourism - Perspectives and Development (C.. Baumgartner) (.. pdf, 4538 KB).. Birdwatcher's paradise at the Lower Danube (A.. Codreanu) (.. pdf, 12383 KB).. Boating in the European Amazon at the Middle Danube (E.. pdf, 5306 KB).. Nature experience with the whole family at the Upper Danube (M.. pdf, 9602 KB).. The Danube Limes (S.. Jilek) (.. pdf, 9405 KB).. DANUBEPARKS White-tailed Eagle Conference (Szekszard, Hungary; 2011 October 18-19).. White-tailed Eagle Action Plan (G.. pdf, 10662 KB).. White-tailed Eagle protection measures of the DANUBEPARKS project (T.. pdf, 3834 KB).. The White-tailed Eagle Database (Z.. Nagy, K.. Nagy, Z.. Kecskes) (.. pdf, 3904 KB).. Lead Poising as transnational problem in White-tailed Eagle Protection (O.. Krone) (.. pdf, 1003 KB).. White-tailed Eagle Protection in the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve Romania (D.. Bandacu) (.. pdf, 1831 KB).. White-tailed Eagle protection in Pannonian Serbia (M.. Tucakov, I.. Ham) (.. pdf, 5811 KB).. White-tailed Eagle protection in Central Serbia (B.. Grubac, Z.. Milovanovic) (.. pdf, 11763 KB).. The influence of forestry and disturbance on White-tailed Eagle breeding success, Croatia (T.. Mikuska) (.. pdf, 5170 KB).. White-tailed Eagle population and protection in Hungary (Z.. Horvath, A.. Gaborik) (.. pdf, 3216 KB).. White-tailed Eagle protection in Hungary (E.. Szekeres) (.. pdf, 801 KB).. White-tailed Eagle in Slovakia (M.. Ruda) (.. pdf, 10661 KB).. White-tailed Eagle monitoring in Austria (R.. Probst) (.. pdf, 830 KB).. White-tailed Eagle protection measures in Austria (C.. Pichler) (.. pdf, 2651 KB).. Potential habitats of White-tailed Eagle in Austria (Z.. Krasznai) (.. pdf, 1208 KB).. White-tailed Eagle in Czech Republic (T.. Belka, D.. Horal) (.. pdf, 560 KB).. DANUBEPARKS Steering Committee Meeting, Orth an der Donau (Austria), September 2nd-3rd 2011.. Conclusion 2 years DANUBEPARKS (M.. pdf, 5880 KB).. Djerdap National Park (M.. Milenkovic) (.. pdf, 4274 KB).. Biodiversity as a Priority Area of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) (F.. Ballnus) (.. pdf, 1697 KB).. Lonjsko Polje Nature Park (G.. Gugic) (.. pdf, 4934 KB).. Review DANUBEPARKS by Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve (G.. pdf, 3375 KB).. Review DANUBEPARKS by Danube-Drava National Park (E.. pdf, 1498 KB).. Strategy Conservation Navigation (C.. pdf, 3038 KB).. Tourism Strategy (C.. pdf, 7419 KB).. Special Nature Reserve Gornje Podunavlje (R.. Sakic) (.. pdf, 8497 KB).. DANUBEPARKS International River Revitalization Workshop, Orth an der Donau (Austria), May 26th-27th 2011.. Welcome Agenda (G.. pdf, 2525 KB).. Danube Floodplains Revitalization (C.. pdf, 9115 KB).. Joint Strategic Paper (A.. Zinke) (.. pdf, 4810 KB).. Morava Revitalization (K.. Holubova) (.. pdf, 5877 KB).. Perspectives for a Follow-up Project (G.. pdf, 5544 KB).. Transnational Revitalization Study (I.. Nichersu) (.. pdf, 2490 KB).. DANUBEPARKS International Sturgeon Conference, Tulcea (Romania), March 31st - April 1st 2011.. Comparative Breeding Russian Sturgeon (T.. Zaharia) (.. Decision-Support Tool Sturgeon Conservation (T.. Sutton) (.. pdf, 5955 KB).. Downstream Movement YOY Beluga (D.. Holostencu) (.. pdf, 2135 KB).. European Sturgeon Farming (P.. Williot) (.. pdf, 2735 KB).. Monitoring Abundance of Young of the Year Beluga (M.. Paraschiv) (.. pdf, 1660 KB).. Normal Serum Biochemical Parametres of Beluga Sturgeon (N.. Patriche) (.. pdf, 888 KB).. Plans for Sturgeon Conservation at the Middle Danube (G.. Guti) (.. pdf, 3546 KB).. The use of seminatural streams for reproduction (R.. Suciu) (.. pdf, 857 KB).. Spawning ecology at the Lower Danube (R.. pdf, 1805 KB).. Sturgeon Conservation in Romania (R.. pdf, 2552 KB).. Sturgeon stocks of the Lower Danube (N.. pdf, 723 KB).. Expert Workshop Tourism, Mittersill (Austria), November 18th - 20th 2010.. Developing Visitor Centres (Verdandi) (.. pdf, 2693 KB).. Geocoaching (M.. Steinwender) (.. pdf, 7895 KB).. Geocaching (V.. Kiss)  ...   Restoration actions in Floodplain Forest Neuburg-Ingolstadt (G.. Blasch) (.. pdf, 6133 KB).. Strategy on Conservation and Navigation (A.. pdf, 3815 KB).. Task Force Meeting Birds, Kölked (Hungary), January 24th-15th 2010.. Review and Outlook of DANUBEPARKS (G.. pdf, 11674 KB).. Questionnaire Results for WTE Action Plan (R.. pdf, 309 KB).. White-tailed Eagle in Danube Delta Romania (I.. Munteanu) (.. pdf, 7281 KB).. White-tailed Eagle in South-East Hungary (.. pdf, 53 KB).. White-tailed Eagle in Hortobagyi National Park (M.. Dudas, G.. Tihanyi) (.. pdf, 3962 KB).. White-tailed Eagle in Hungary (T.. pdf, 8855 KB).. Ruda, M.. Kudela) (.. pdf, 6413 KB).. White-tailed Eagle in Donau-Auen National Park (G.. pdf, 7937 KB).. White-tailed Eagle in Floodplain Forest Neuburg-Ingolstadt (T.. pdf, 5677 KB).. Tourism Task Force Meeting Bilje (Croatia), January 14th-15th 2010.. Plans for the Joint Ranger Training (M.. pdf, 64 KB).. Kopacki-Rit Nature Park (.. pdf, 7226 KB).. Task Force Meeting Fish, Tulcea (Romania), December 9th-10th 2009.. Task Force Fish in DANUBEPARKS (I.. pdf, 163 KB).. Fish Database (B.. Toth) (.. pdf, 1223 KB).. Kick-Off Conference Orth/Donau (Austria), June 8th-9th 2009.. Project Description (G.. pdf, 4320 KB).. What to expect from DANUBEPARKS (C.. pdf, 6277 KB).. Perspectives from the JTS (Dimanopolous) (.. pdf, 498 KB).. Contributions of DANUBEPARKS to the Danube River Protection Convention (P.. pdf, 2309 KB).. WP2 - Communication (U.. pdf, 1611 KB).. WP3 - River Morphology (C.. pdf, 527 KB).. WP4 - Floodplain Management (T.. pdf, 1948 KB).. WP5 - Conservation of Flagship Species (I.. pdf, 6076 KB).. WP6 - Monitoring and Natura2000 (B.. pdf, 561 KB).. WP7 - Nature Tourism (E.. pdf, 641 KB).. Studies, Reports, Publications.. River Morphology.. DANUBEPARKS Strategy on Conservation and Navigation (.. pdf, 7838 KB).. Danube Rivers Morphology and Revitalization (.. pdf, 12362 KB).. Analysis of the possibilities for improvement of the water regime in Srebarna Managed Reserve (.. pdf, 936 KB).. Habitat Management.. Perspectives for Danube floodplain forests (.. pdf, 8647 KB).. Rezoning of strictly protected areas in Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve Romania (.. pdf, 4244 KB).. Hungarian-Serbian Cross-border Management Plan of Karapancsa area (.. pdf, 11805 KB).. Croatian-Hungarian Cross-border Management Concept for Ostravaci-Duna (.. pdf, 5970 KB).. Management Plan Tati Islands in Duna-Ipoly National Park (.. pdf, 10037 KB).. Management Concept for Purchased Land in the Slovak Danube Floodplains (.. pdf, 4624 KB).. Hydrology Study Slovak Floodplains (.. pdf, 917 KB).. Woody Plants Concept for Cicov and Velky Lel areas (.. pdf, 1494 KB).. Concept for Restoration of Natura2000 Sites in Bratislava Capital Region (.. pdf, 3615 KB).. The Green Twin-City Life-Line: Cross-border conservation concept Austria-Slovakia along the Danube (.. pdf, 9737 KB).. Action Plan for the conservation of the White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) along the Danube (.. pdf, 1632 KB).. Monitoring Concepts.. Natura2000 Management (.. pdf, 5735 KB).. Report on the Danube-wide Monitoring of Little-ringed Plover and Sand Martin (.. pdf, 2423 KB).. Reintroduction of the Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) in Hungary (.. pdf, 10383 KB).. Manual of Beaver Management along the Danube River (.. pdf, 6596 KB).. Handbook for the European Mink (.. pdf, 3549 KB).. Overview Google Satellite Pictures of Danube River (.. pdf, 7627 KB).. Strategic Position and Action Plan on Tourism, Environmental Education and Regional Development (.. pdf, 8372 KB).. Other.. Communication Plan DANUBEPARKS Project (.. pdf, 2113 KB).. Project Communication Tools.. DANUBEPARKS Project Communication Material.. DANUBEPARKS Project Report 2009-2012 (English) (.. pdf, 12317 KB).. DANUBEPARKS Project Report 2009-2012 (Bulgarian) (.. pdf, 3333 KB).. Brochure DANUBEPARKS - English (.. pdf, 2896 KB).. Brochure DANUBEPARKS - Bulgarian (.. pdf, 780 KB).. Infofolder DANUBEPARKS - Serbian (.. pdf, 4213 KB).. Infofolder DANUBEPARKS - Croatian (.. Brochure DANUBEPARKS - Hungarian (.. pdf, 448 KB).. Brochure DANUBEPARKS - German (.. pdf, 3050 KB).. Project Newsletters.. Newsletter April 2012 (.. pdf, 314 KB).. Newsletter July 2011 (.. pdf, 993 KB).. Newsletter March 2011 (.. pdf, 943 KB).. Newsletter December 2010 (.. pdf, 590 KB).. Newsletter August 2010 (.. pdf, 66 KB).. Newsletter May 2010 (.. pdf, 67 KB).. Newsletter February 2010 (.. pdf, 302 KB).. A Chance for the Blue Danube.. Winners 2010 - A Chance for the Blue Danube (.. pdf, 618 KB).. Thematic brochures.. DANUBEPARKS Tourism brochure (English) (.. pdf, 2344 KB).. DANUBEPARKS Tourism Brochure (Bulgarian) (.. pdf, 4124 KB).. White-tailed Eagle - Special Conference Newsletter (.. pdf, 613 KB).. White-tailed Eagle in Hungary (Brochure in English by Duna-Drava NP) (.. pdf, 2268 KB).. White-tailed Eagle in Hungary (Leporello in English by Duna-Drava NP) (.. pdf, 676 KB).. White-tailed Eagle in Slovakia (Slovak Brochure by State Nature Conservancy Slovakia) (.. pdf, 8923 KB)..

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    Descriptive info: Funding Programmes in use by DANUBEPARKS.. European Territorial Cooperation - South East Europe.. http://www.. southeast-europe.. net/en/.. Partners and Institutions within DANUBEPARKS.. Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve Authority Romania.. ddbra.. ro.. Kalimok-Brushlen Protected Site.. kalimok.. eu.. Friends of Nature Park Rusenski Lom.. http://lomea.. org/?mpage_id=27&lng=en.. Persina Nature Park Directorate.. persina.. bg.. Djerdap National Park.. npdjerdap.. org/en.. Public Enterprise Vojvodinasume (representing Gornje Podunavlje Special Nature Reserve).. vojvodinasume.. co.. rs/index_en.. php.. Institute for Nature Conservation of  ...   Polje.. pp-lonjsko-polje.. hr/.. Public Institution Nature Park Kopacki-rit.. kopacki-rit.. com.. Duna-Dráva National Park Directorate.. http://ddnp.. nemzetipark.. gov.. hu.. Duna-Ipoly National Park Directorate.. dinpi.. BROZ (representing Dunajske Luhy Protected Landscape Area).. http://broz.. sk.. State Nature Conservancy Slovakia (representing Zahorie Protected Landscape Area).. htp://www.. sopsr.. Danube Flood Plain National Park.. donauauen.. at/.. City of Ingolstadt (representing Riparian Forest Neuburg-Ingolstadt).. www.. ingolstadt.. de.. Administrative district Neuburg-Schrobenhausen (representing Riparian Forest Neuburg-Ingolstadt).. neuburg-schrobenhausen.. Aueninstitut Neuburg.. aueninstitut-neuburg.. de/..

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    Descriptive info: DANUBEPARKS Project Office.. Carl Manzano.. Spokesman Danube River Network of Protected Areas.. office@danubeparks.. org.. Phone: +43 2212 3450.. Georg Frank.. Project Manager Danube River Network of Protected Areas.. g.. frank@danubeparks.. Phone: +43 2212 3450-19.. Magdalena Wagner.. Project Assistant Danube River Network of Protected Areas.. m.. wagner@danubeparks.. Phone: +43 2212 3450-18.. Contacts of participating Protected Areas.. Gabriela Morozov.. Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve Authority.. gabsmoro@yahoo.. Phone: +402 40518945.. Yordan Kutsarov.. Kalimok Brushlen Protected Site.. kalimok@gmail.. Phone: +359 86660225.. Tsonka Hristova.. Rusenski Lom Nature Park.. hristova@lomea.. Phone: +359 082 872397.. Stela Bozhinova.. persina@abv.. Phone: +359 65832 686.. Marija  ...   Gugic.. Lonjsko Polje Nature PArk.. manager@pp-lonjsko-polje.. hr.. Davor Mikulic.. Nature Park Kopacki rit.. davor.. mikulic@kopacki-rit.. Tibor Parrag.. Duna Dráva National Park.. parrag@ddnp.. kvvm.. Phone: +36 303 773 425.. Gyula Kiss.. Duna-Ipoly National Park.. kiss.. gyula@dinpig.. Phone: +36 305 423 170.. Mira Ruda.. BROZ (representing Dunajske Luhy and Zahorie Protected Landscape Areas).. ruda@broz.. Phone: +421 907 300 425.. Jozef Tomecek.. jozef.. tomecek@sopsr.. Phone: +421 34 7722 735.. Thomas Schneider.. City of Ingolstadt (representing Floodplain Forest Neuburg-Ingolstadt).. thomas.. schneider@ingolstadt.. Phone: +49 841 305 2557.. Siegfried Geißler.. District Neuburg-Schrobenhausen (representing Floodplain Forest Neuburg-Schrobenhausen).. siegfried.. geissler@lra-nd-sob.. Phone: +49 8431 57304..

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    Descriptive info: project partners.. 14 in this project were welcomed to the most upstream Protected Area of the Network by the Hosts from the Landkreis Neuburg-Schrobenhausen, the City of Ingolstadt, and the Ingolstadt City Museum, as well as the DANUBEPARKS Spokesman Carl Manzano.. Following this, Georg Frank (Project Manager) gave an overview about the projects activities, as well as the history of the Network so far and its objectives for the future.. The press was also invited to this first part, and was given opportunity for personal interviews with the Directors of the numerous Protected Areas afterwards.. During the rest of the Kick-Off Meeting, the.. Work Packages.. were presented by their respective leading partner: Danube-wide activities such as a transnational.. White-tailed Eagle winter count.. with public involvement, the establishment of a.. Black Poplar cadastre.. including genetic analysis, the planning for a.. DANUBEPARKS visitor centre.. , and the development of an.. Action Plan for River Morphology.. , were presented.. The most important open questions were discussed, and the general process, timelines, and contributions expected by the whole partnership were outlined.. Additionally, the anchoring of the network e.. by enlargement and collaboration with important stakeholders, and communication to the public with numerous festivals, exhibitions and joint communication tools, will play an important role.. It got quite clear  ...   at the Middle and Lower Danube.. The occasion of the Kick-Off was used for several other meetings and workshops as well: On Monday (October 22) already, a.. Bavarian Stakeholder Workshop of the.. EU Strategy for the Danube Region.. (EUSDR), Priority Area Biodiversity,.. was held with the participation of the DANUBEPARKS Network.. At the same time, new partners in the project gathered for an.. information session on reporting.. and other formal procedures in the project implementation, and the.. Tourism Task Force.. already held its first workshop.. On Monday afternoon, a joint.. excursion.. of the DANUBEPARKS STEP 2.. 0 project partnership and the Bavarian biodiversity stakeholders of the EUSDR was offered, with two options: One on biodiversity to the restoration project in the Danube Riparian Forest Neuburg-Ingolstadt and the Nature Reserve Schnöderwasser, and a second one on tourism to the Weltenburger Enge, offering a striking natural landscape with historico-cultural sights.. On Wednesday morning, the DANUBEPARKS STEP 2.. 0 project managers gathered to hold a.. leadership seminar.. , preparing themselves for the task to lead certain activities during project implementation, and further improving communication and understanding within the team.. The Kick-Off Meeting with all adjacent meetings and workshop proved to be a real success and very good omen for the remaining 23 months of project implementation..

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    Descriptive info: Culture and nature experiences.. More than 900 guests came to celebrate the transnational Danube cultural and natural heritage.. Two folk music groups took care of good ambience and entertainment, together with their partners from folk dance groups.. Culinary specialities from the Bavarian Danube regions could be tasted as well.. Our youngest visitors had the chance to explore the Danube s natural heritage in a playful way, with various handicraft works, exploration of the smallest animals in side-arms, and a Ranger Show.. The exhibition about the Danube Floodplain Forest Neuburg-Ingolstadt, which had been shown in the castle tower for several months already, gave insights into  ...   the Bavarian partner Protected Area.. Danube Floodplain Forest Neuburg-Ingolstadt.. as well as from.. s region joined the celebration and expressed their support for the transnational cooperation of Protected Areas, which will find its continuation in the.. ETC-SEE project DANUBEPARKS STEP2.. Project managers along with political representatives also used the opportunity to strengthen this cooperation and experience exchange with a study visit in the National Park the day before the festival, which also gave time to discuss and prepare the start of this future project in person: The Kick-Off Meeting for the DANUBEPARKS STEP2.. 0 project will take place end of October in Neuburg and Ingolstadt..

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