Hour of Garden Birds

On International Day of Biodiversity, May 22, we will count garden birds again. – Are you ready to join? Birds act as ‘backyard barometers’ – telling us about the health of the environment we live in. We should be listening. Birds are signalling significant changes in our environment. Spend just one hour watching birds around

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On 21 March 2019, SABUKO (Society for Nature Conservation) held an official opening of Restoring Gallery Forest and Grasslands in the Iori River Valley project, aiming to promote and restore the landscape biodiversity in the Iori river valley, which will result in local ecological processes along with habitat and species restoration.  2-year project, implemented within

Making Seed Balls to Help Birds

Seed Balls are a fun activity with kids. And an easy way to color up your way to school or abandoned places. At the same time you’ll improve habitat for bugs, bees, and birds alike. You should spend a little time on researching the place you want to beautify. Particular on how sunny respectively shady

Originally announced for Kumisi Lake, the Sunday excursion had to be changed to Jandarai Lake. A team excursion visited Tbilisi Sea, Jandari Tba and Kumisi Tba on 2. February. It revealed, that Kumisi shores are not accessible with a mini bus, which has been necessary due to high interest. About 20 people joined the excursion.

2 February is World Wetlands Day

World Wetlands Day is celebrated internationally each year on 2 February. It marks the anniversary of the signing of the Ramsar Convention. It is celebrated to raise awareness of wetland values and benefits and promote the conservation and wise use of wetlands. Wetlands Rivers, lakes, ponds and wet meadows are great places to see wildlife

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The Iori River, and the gallery forest which stretches along the valley, are integral parts of South East Georgia’s steppe ecosystem. The river shapes the dynamics of the landscape by creating periodic wetlands and transporting nutrients from the mountains to the lowlands. The gallery forest, which runs along the Iori riverbed, acts as a wildlife