During the Green Weekend in Burgas on October 1-3 Green Balkans presented the interactive exhibition addressing the problem of pollution of the Black Sea with waste at PlanetUm. The exhibition could be seen there til the end of the month https://planetum.bg/! Planetum was specially chosen as modern science center for young and old discoverers, thirsty for knowledge, in which through a meeting with science, in a fun and exciting way, children and parents build new knowledge and skills.Continue reading
The 26th Conservation Brigade at Pomorie Lake was held from September 1 to 6, 2021 and was organized by the Green Balkans Association. Every year at this time dozens of volunteers and environmentalists of all ages, professions, countries and settlements gather on the shores of the salt lagoon near Pomorie.Continue reading
Within the scope of the project, the official opening of the Open Air Classroom, which was completed within the borders of Gala Lake National Park, was held on August 5, 2021 with a wide participation.Continue reading
Proje kapsamında Gala Gölü Milli Parkı sınırları içerisinde yapımı tamamlanmış olan Açık Hava Sınıfın resmi açılışı geniş bir katılım ile 5 Ağustos 2021 tarihinde gerçekleştirildi.Continue reading
Avrupa Birliğin ENI Karadeniz Havzasında Sınır Ötesi İşbirliği Programın 1. teklif çağrısı kapsamında Edirne Milli Parklar Müdürlüğü’nün ve Enez Kaymakamlığı’nın işbirliğinde yürütülmekte olan BioLearn adlı ve BSB142 No’lu proje çerçevesinde Gala Gölü Milli Parkın ve bölgedeki sulak alanların vurgulandığı ‘Biyoçeşitliliği Kirleticilerden Koruyorum’ Konulu Çocuk Resim yarışması düzenlenmiştir.
The Campaign “Clean Waters – Clean Black Sea” which is part of an international initiative taking place in Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece, Ukraine and Georgia was held on 19th June. The rainy weather did not stop us and we managed to gather in Pomorie and Burgas to make these beautiful places cleaner.Continue reading
In the context of the program “Eco-Conscious Minds to Stop Pollution in the Valuable Wetlands of Black Sea Basin – BioLearn”, in which the Management Body of the Evros Delta and Samothraki Protected Areas participates, a children’s painting competition was organized.Continue reading
The weather conditions allowed it and we were very happy to meet you all at the Coastal Cleanup Campaign in the Evros Delta National Park, which took place and was successfully completed on Saturday, July 3rd.Continue reading
On 18-21 June 2021, the Gala Lake Nature Park was visited by a group of photographers within the project “Environmental awareness and behavior to stop pollution in significant wetlands of the Black Sea basin”, BSB142, funded by the Cross-border Cooperation Programme under the European Neighborhood Instrument “Black Sea Basin 2014-2020” implemented by Nature Protection and Nature Parks Edirne Division Directorate – PP2 iğn partnership with 6 partners from five different countries.
The visit was organized in order to get acquainted with the activities of the project and to photograph the complex of protected areas Gala Lake – their beauty, biodiversity, threats. The photographers will provide the images that will be presented at a traveling international photo exhibition aimed at informing the public about the problems of pollution and threats to the ecosystem and the ecological sustainability of the target wetlands and the Black Sea basin.
Three important photographers visited Gala Lake in frame of the project and during the three days made their photos for promotion of the local biodiversity and the threats to the ecosystem in this important wetland.
The photographer Ali ÇITAK is one of the people who have recorded the natural beauties and creatures of Gala Lake with his lens for many years and played an important role in the declaration of Gala Lake as National Park.
The photographer Ahmet ÇAMLICA especially takes pictures of wildlife and birds /ornito/. He made hundreds of studies and photographs in Gala Lake.
The photographer Volkan AYDIN is again the master of nature photography and is a member of Edirne Photography Art Association.