Eastern Europe

Striped Field Mouse (Apodemus agrarius) (Photo: UNCG)

400 000 new records on Ukrainian biodiversity digitised

400 000 new records on Ukrainian biodiversity digitised October 1, 2021 After 18 months of hard work, Ukrainian naturalists digitised about 400,000 new records on Ukrainian biodiversity and uploaded them to the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). One and a half years ago, GBIF contained about 193,671 georeferenced occurrence records from Ukraine, and most of …

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iNaturalist website in Ukrainian

iNaturalist translated to Ukrainian

iNaturalist translated to Ukrainian June 20, 2021Knowing the names of the butterflies, snakes, salamanders, beetles, fungi, or plants you see  is one of the nice things when being out in the field in nature. Identifying the species used to be tedious work for which you needed many books with detailed descriptions of the characteristics of …

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Balkan Mammal Network

Balkan Mammal Network May 20, 2018 On 10-12 May 2018 28 representatives of nature research and conservation institutes came together in Bankya, Bulgaria to talk about the conservation of mammals on the Balkans. They represented 8 countries in Southeast Europe: Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Greece, and Romania. The meeting was part …

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