Projekti

Dalmatian pelican inhabits a wide area of temperate climate belt in Europe and Asia. The largest European colonies exist in Greece, at lakes Kerkini and Micri Prespa, then in Albania and Montenegro. Being an endangered and scarce species, pelicans are subject of regular monitoring and research in all the countries they inhabit. Furthermore, they are an indicator of the state of the ecosystem, but also the efforts that different organizations put in their conservation. Although all countries have programs for their monitoring, so far there were no attempts to determine their total number in one day, in all countries of the Southeast Europe. Thanks to donations from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and MAVA organization, 

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Cooperation with civil societies

Wednesday - 09 December, 2015

Cooperation with civil societies
09.12.2015
Natural History Museum of Montenegro has a long and constructive cooperation with civil societies. Being an active research and cultural institution, museum has always served as a source of comprehensive knowledge, materials and experiences for aspiring projects of NGO sector in domain of ecology, tourism and environment conservation. Within its material and professional capabilities, the Museum strives to

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Researchers' Night is the manifestation that is traditionally being held on last Friday in September in over 280 European cities. In Podgorica, this the 7th issue of this event, which celebrates sciense in a innovative and interesting way. Through experiments, 

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Conservation of pelicans at Skadar Lake

Monday - 21 September, 2015

Natural History Museum is a partner on the project named “Conservation of pelican, a key Biodiversity species of Skadar Lake”, financed by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF). Within this project, the Museum has several important roles. Based on long term research of Dalmatian pelican (Pelecanus crispus) of our ornithologists on Skadar Lake, as well as the valuable instructions of the international experts, some crucial conservation measures were implemented. During our previous research, 

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Museumcultour Project

Thursday - 30 July, 2015

Project named "Museumcultour – enrich the cultural tourism" is financed within IPA Adriatic programme of cross border cooperation. Project partners are museums and related organizations from whole Adriatic area: Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, MOntenegro and Albania. The goal of this project is to strenghten the cultural tourism by

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