Adriatic Flyway Conference 2018

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The Kentish Plover also uses the Adriatic Flyway for its migration. © Juergen Schneider

The protection of migranting birds along the Adriatic Flyway has always been at the forefront of EuroNatur's work. The international Adriatic Flyway Conferences provide an important platform for bird conservationists in the Balkans to meet and exchange experiences and to develop joint projects.

The Adriatic Flyway Conference, now being held for the third time, is taking place from 19th to 23rd March 2018 on the premises of the Hotel Vrdnicka kula in the Fruška Gora National Park in Serbia. Amongst other things, the meetings will look at the existing and prospective network of areas in which the hunting of birds is banned. Also included in the programme are an excursion to the Fruška Gora National Park and a visit to the beautiful little town of Sremski Karlovci.

Take advantage of the opportunity to make contact with other conservationists from the Balkans by registering for the conference by 31st. January. We are happy to receive abstracts of lectures or poster presentations.

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Further information for the conference

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