6. – 14. April 2019

Programme (6. – 14. April 2019)

Fair (12. – 14. April 2019)

Protected Areas & NGOs

Austrian Ornithological Centre

The Austrian Ornithological Institute is based at the Konrad Lorenz Institute for Comparative Behavior Research at the Vetmeduni Vienna and researches all aspects of the biology and ecology of birds. It serves as a documentation center for ornithology and bundles bird research in Austria.

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Bird.at – Communication platform for Birders

The internet platform was launched in 2001 by Martin Riesing and Christoph Roland. The forum of the website is meanwhile the most important Austrian online communication medium among ornithologists.

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BirdLife Austria

BirdLife Austria offers a wide range of events, publications and tips for people interested in birds. With numerous projects, the organization is committed to the protection of endangered bird species and their habitats. BirdLife Austria operates as part of BirdLife International, the world's largest network of conservation organizations.

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BROZ

Regional Association for Nature Conservation and Sustainable development (BROZ) focuses on practical nature conservation and sustainable development mainly in the region of Western Slovakia with the head office in Bratislava.

 

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club300.at

The aim of club300.at is a fast exchange of information about the observation of rare bird species.

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KFFÖ

The Coordination Office for Bat Protection and Research in Austria (KFFÖ) is an internationally renowned non-profit association. For 15 years, protection and research projects have been carried out throughout Austria.

As a member of BatLife Europe, KFFÖ also works "limitlessly" for bats in Europe.

 We protect bats and their habitats.
 We secure bat quarters and hunting areas.
 We advise, clarify and educate.
 We research bats and pass on the knowledge.
 We promote research and conservation projects.

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National Park Balaton-Oberland

Founded in 1997, the National Park stretches over a zone of 1-15 km width along the northern shore of Lake Balaton on about 57,000 ha and preserves a truly Pannonian landscape.

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National Park Fertő-Hanság

In front of the western gate of Hungary, the legends and fairy tales tell about a mysterious area. The enigmatic world of Lake Neusiedl and Hanság, which has been endowed with wild water and swamp, has changed over the centuries. The lake and the man-made landscape of the Hanság are a natural treasure that today is preserved by a common National Park of two countries.

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National Park Kerkini See

The Kerkini Lake National Park was established in 2006 and covers an area of ​​approximately 83,100 hectares. With over 312 bird species, it is one of the best observation areas in Europe all year round.

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National Parks Austria

The Austrian National Parks Donau-Auen, Gesäuse, Hohe Tauern, Kalkalpen, Neusiedler See - Seewinkel and Thayatal protect the most valuable natural areas. Visit our stand and find out about our programs and offers!

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Nature Conservation Association of Burgenland

The motto of the Nature Conservation Association of Burgenland (VBNO) is 'Nature is our passion'. An important task of the voluntary nature conservation bodies is to convey and implement conservation.

The association was founded in 1991 and consists of voluntary and full-time nature conservationists.

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Nature Parks in Burgenland

There are six nature parks in Burgenland. In the order of their foundation, these are the areas Geschriebenstein-Írottkő, Raab-Örség-Goričko, Weinidylle, Landseer Mountains, Neusiedler See-Leitha Mountains and Rosalia-Kogelberg.

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Naturschutzbund

The 'Naturschutzbund Burgenland' is an independent association and advocate of nature with around 520 members who actively support the preservation of nature and the environment.

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world heritage Neusiedler See

We are world heritage!

As a world heritage the cultural landscape Fertő / Neusiedler See has a worldwide reputation. Foremost, the sustainable development of our habitat is an initiative for the people living here and our guests. An increased awareness of our World Heritage is a central task of the World Heritage Association.

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