Conservation of nest zone protected birds in the selected Natura 2000 sites in Lubelszczyzna region

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29 November 2017  

W dniu 29 listopada  2017 r. Lubelskie Towarzystwo Ornitologiczne z siedzibą w Lublinie 20-950, ul. Akademicka 13, (adres do korespondencji: Ul. Mełgiewska 74, lok. 209, 20-234 Lublin) tel.: 508371307, zwane dalej „Zamawiającym”, w związku z realizacją zadania E.1 (promocja projektu) i zadania E2 (Działania edukacyjne dla rolników i dzieci) bedących częścią projektu „Ochrona rzadkich ptaków strefowych w wybranych obszarach Natura 2000 na Lubelszczyźnie” współfinansowanego przez Unię Europejską w ramach Instrumentu Finansowego LIFE+ (nr umowy LIFE13 NAT/PL/000060) oraz przez Narodowy Fundusz Ochrony Środowiska i Gospodarki Wodnej (nr umowy 591/2014/Wn-03-OP-WK-LF/D), ogłasza zapytanie ofertowe na

przygotowanie materiałów promocyjnych i edukacyjnych

 

Treść zapytania ofertowego wraz z załącznikami są do pobrania TUTAJ

27 June 2017  

W dniu 27 czerwca 2017 r. Lubelskie Towarzystwo Ornitologiczne z siedzibą w Lublinie 20-950, ul. Akademicka 13, (adres do korespondencji: Ul. Mełgiewska 74, lok. 209, 20-234 Lublin) tel.: 508371307, zwane dalej „Zamawiającym”, w związku z realizacją zadania C3, będącego częścią projektu „Ochrona rzadkich ptaków strefowych w wybranych obszarach Natura 2000 na Lubelszczyźnie” współfinansowanego przez Unię Europejską w ramach Instrumentu Finansowego LIFE+ (nr umowy LIFE13 NAT/PL/000060) oraz przez Narodowy Fundusz Ochrony Środowiska i Gospodarki Wodnej (nr umowy 591/2014/Wn-03-OP-WK-LF/D), ogłasza zapytanie ofertowe na

  „Otworzenie nieużytkowanych łąk i pastwisk w obrębie żerowisk orlika krzykliwego -2017”

 Treść zapytania ofertowego wraz z załącznikami są do pobrania TUTAJ

20 June 2017  

W roku 2017 obchodzony jest jubileusz 25-lecia Programu LIFE oraz Dyrektywy Siedliskowej. Z tej okazji, rozsiani po całej europie beneficjenci Programu promują swoje działania wśród lokalnej społeczności zarówno poprzez bezpośrednie spotkania jak i przy wykorzystaniu mediów. Również lubelskie Towarzystwo Ornitologiczne wspólnie z Regionalną Dyrekcją Ochrony Środowiska w Lublinie przyłączyło się do jubileuszowych obchodów. Doskonałą okazją do spotkania z mieszkańcami były Dni Janowa Lubelskiego i organizowany przy ich okazji kolejny etap amatorskiego maratonu rowerowego  Cisowianka Mazovia MTB Marathon. Miejsce zostało wybrane nieprzypadkowo, gdyż Lasy Janowskie są obszarem w którym skupia się duża część działań realizowanych w ramach naszych projektów. Na zorganizowanym wspólnie stoisku czekały materiały promocyjne oraz osoby realizujące projekt, gotowe do udzielania odpowiedzi na wszelkie pytania dotyczące walorów przyrodniczych Lasów Janowskich oraz zasad funkcjonowania Programu LIFE.  

 

19 May 2017  

On 27 April 2017 educational workshops for children and adolescents were held in the Group of Local Authority Schools in Tereszpol-Kukiełki, scheduled within the framework of the E2 task implementation. We planned to carry out 150 activities and familiarize at least 3000 people with the issues covered by the project. 

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28 April 2017   Zonal birds at the LIFE Information Day

Zonal birds at the LIFE Information Day

On 25 April 2017, at the invitation of the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, we were able to present the objectives and effects of implementing our project to the participants gathered at the 10th LIFE Information Day. On the stand, which was organized jointly with the Regional Directorate for Environmental Protection in Lublin, were promotional materials and people who worked on the projects, willing to answer any questions. Traditionally, in addition to the possibility of presenting our own achievements, the meeting proves to be an excellent opportunity to exchange experiences with other beneficiaries of the LIFE programme. Approximately 300 people took part in the meeting organised in Warsaw.

 

 

 

 

 

19 April 2017  

New nesting boxes for boreal owls in the Solska Forest

At the time when the media was loud about the "Flat+" project, silently, in inaccessible locations within the Solska Forest and the Janów Forests, we completed the "Nesting box+" task, or, to use the project nomenclature, the "C5 Construction and installation of nesting boxes and protection against predators for the boreal owl" task. As part of the project implementation a total of 60 nesting boxes were made and installed for this lovable owl species within the forest divisions of Józefów, Zwierzyniec, Biłgoraj, Janów Lubelski and Narol.

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13 April 2017  

25 January 2017   Measurable effects of our activities

In 2016, following the receipt from Nature Society of Zamość of their findings from the second season of monitoring overhead power lines conducted under the task D2, we decided to briefly access the efficiency of said task. Listings in tables below are self-explanatory – there were no cases of bird electrocution on PGE power line sections insulated using safety kits. 

 For more informations see the PROTECTION

30 October 2016   We have prepared promotional poster

In the project we wish to familiarize inhabitants of project areas with silhouettes of protected birds.
Under promotional activities we have prepared 5 types of posters, presenting our “pupils” in their natural environment. Posters with images of lesser spotted eagle, boreal owl, short-toed snake eagle, black stork and white-tailed eagle shall be distributed in schools
where we provide educational courses and on meetings with famers and hunters, to whom we shall present our activities soon. In addition, we have also prepared the thematic poster, drawing attention to the issue of placing poisoned carrion in Puszcza Solska forest, which in the winter turns into a deadly trap for birds. That visual aid shall help us reach hearts and minds of persons not aware of negative effects of their actions.

For more details and posters in PDF files see the PROMOTION

15 October 2016   “Succesful nestling” or zonal animals on TV

“Large and rare birds which nestle in the woods, such as lesser eagles or eagle-owls, a suitable and discreet hiding place is of the critical importance. This translates into a crown of an old tree, in the dead of the woods, preferably on wetlands. The crow should be sturdy, to ensure solid foundation for a large nest made of big branches. It is not an easy job to find such trees witch such crowns in remote locations. This is one of the factors that make birds such a rarity. Bird scientists and bird afficionados from LTO help the birds living in the woods, by erecting special platforms that make solid foundations of nests. They also closely observe what happens in nests, using the latest monitoring solutions. Sometimes they even interfere with live of birds, when nestlings that do not stand the chance of survival in their own nests are moved to substitute families. What do issues with birds homes stem from and how to prevent them - this is another study theme for ones “dancing with the nature”. This is how part of our operations was summed up by creators of the series "Dancing with the Nature". Described 2-day joint operations in Lasy Parczewskie and Puszcza Solska forests, illustrated with recordings, may be previewed on the series website, comprising the episode 22 titled “Gniazda z polotem [Succesful nestling]”. You can see the full episode on   http://www.tanczacyznatura.tvp.pl/27368029/odcinek-22-gniazda-z-polotem

You are welcome to watch the series!!

“Dancing with the nature” trek the wild trails of Poland's nature for close encounters with bears, lynx, beaver, bison, black grouse. They hunt pearl mussel in rivers, listen to mysterious porpoise in the sea, they dig burrows with dormice, and learn playing flute from a curlew. Guides and leaders of the “dance”, renowned “natural brothers” Grzegorz Kłosowski and Tomasz Kłosowski, also welcome professional researchers to those meetings, so we can learn modern methods of pathfinding and active protection of wildlife, filming it in IR, following via satellite or loggers. Dance with the nature occurs under variety of weather conditions - in the sun or in the snow, in the storm, day or night, but always against the backdrop of natural landscapes, wetlands, river meadows, last blooming steppes, and coarse, mountain peet lands, or woods.

 

screenplay director: Dorota Adamkiewicz

leader: Tomasz Kłosowski, Grzegorz Kłosowski

photos: Tomasz Michałowski

editing: Ula Urbańska

sound: Michał Kawiak, Tadeusz Łaszczewski

editor's address: Magdalena Puczko

project co-ordinator: Iwona Nowak

production: Studio Design

co-production: Wildlife Production"

Below is a series of “back-end” photos (by Dorota Adamkiewicz, Tomasz Bajdak)

 

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