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White Wagtail Stories - Gauja National Park
The first and the oldest national park in Latvia was established on 14 September 1973 in order to protect slightly disturbed natural areas, promote nature tourism and ensure sustainable development in the area.
White Wagtail Stories - traditional way of lamprey fishing
The weir is a special footbridge from which lamprey fishing baskets are submerged in the stream below and subsequently retrieved (with lamprey inside) and this is, in essence the fishing method.
White Wagtail Stories - the Latvian National Bird
This tireless, highly energetic bird is frequently mentioned in Latvian folk songs as a symbol of hard work and industriousness.
White Wagtail Stories - Moricsala
The Moricsala Island in Usma Lake is one of the last great areas of wilderness untouched by human activity in Latvia.
Season's Greetings!
Marry Christmas & Happy New Year!
Nature Conservation Agency of Latvia has launched the project about ecosystem services
Nature Conservation Agency of Latvia together with association "Baltic coasts" and Saulkrasti county municipality has launched the EU LIFE project "Assessment of ecosystems and their services for nature biodiversity conservation and management”.
The European region met to discuss CITES-related plant issues
From 11 to 14 November the European Regional CITES Plants Meeting took place in Wageningen, the Netherlands. Forty-five participants from 18 countries, the European Commission and the CITES Secretariat met to discuss plant related issues.
The project "People with Nature" has been completed
The Estonian-Latvian-Russian cross-border cooperation project "People with Nature" has been completed; this project has made considerable contribution to the nature education development in the region where the project has been implemented.
Latvian protected areas – source of inspiration and new experiences for future experts in nature related spheres
The summer of 2014, just like last year, will stay in special memory for several students of Campus La Salle St. Christophe in Southern France.
We are very pleased to announce that the LIFE+ Project LIFE-HerpetoLatvia is organizing the 2nd International Conference–Workshop entitled „Research and conservation of european herpetofauna and its environment"
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