In southeast Georgia, at the core of the Caucasus Biodiversity Hotspot, lies the Iori River Valley. This fascinating landscapes supports a range of life, including birds of prey, gazelle and lynx, as well as range-restricted plant species such as Caucasian hackberries, floodplain oak and juniper. Despite its rich biodiversity, this landscape is threatened by livestock
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Within the Restoring Gallery Forest and Grasslands in the Iori River Valley, Georgia Project, SABUKO in Chachuna Managed Reserve carries out the study of pasture conditions. Sophio Maghlakelidze and Revaz Kvaratskhelia, students of the School of Natural Sciences and Medicine of Ilia State University, are taking part in the study as well. We are sharing
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.
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
Unfortunately, another Imperial eagle, tagged by satellite transmitters, became a victim of power lines. This time the incident occurred in Azerbaijan, near Georgian border. Our team members left for the place of destination yesterday to picture and taking off the transmitter. The bird was tagged in July, 2017, therefore it was on its second migration