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Light pollution is becoming an increasingly important problem that affects a large number of species. Many nocturnal animals are attracted to artificial lights, which…

European coastal habitats are often vulnerable to the effects of the expansion of tourism and recreation, the development of ports and industry, urbanisation and the…

European wetland habitats have strongly declined in the past two centuries and especially in the past few decades. In Slovenia, a lack of appropriate management over the…

The wolf (Canis lupus), is a large-carnivore species with a historically controversial relationship with humans. The wolf is an important species listed in conservation…

In 2004, awareness on Natura 2000 on national level was regarded to be low. Thus the Ministry decided to launch a campaign on national level and to further strengthen the…

The Triglav National Park, not too far from the border with Italy, is a well known tourist site in Slovenia. Inside the park, on the Pokljuka plateau, there is an…

Škocjanski zatok Nature Reserve is the largest brackish wetland in Slovenia. It is located on the outskirts of the coastal city of Koper and consists of brackish lagoon…

Dry meadows on Vetrnik and Oslica mountains are rare semi-natural habitat - the living space that in Europe is almoust extinct. In the European Union such special natural…

Slovenia is among the few European countries with a well-preserved population of brown bear (Ursus arctos), listed as a priority species in the Habitats Directive. The…

The Slovene Karst region, on the north-western ridge of the Dinaric Mountains, between Trieste, Gorizia and Postojna, is one of the richest areas in Slovenia in terms of…


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