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The SemiAquaticLIFE digging’ campaign continues on Glænø Island in Natura 2000 Area no. 162 were a larger ( 2.000 sq.m.) overgrown breeding pond of the firebellied toad, Bombina bombina🐸has ... See more

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Studenter från Miljövetenskap, Lunds Universitet på exkursion till våra våtmarker på Revingefältet

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The SemiAquaticLIFE project is well under way at Glænø, Slagelse Municipality. On the coastal meadows in Natura 2000 area no. 162, 5 breeding ponds have been restored in order to secure one of ... See more

2 months ago
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På Umwelt-Konference i Mainz for vores militære kolleger fra alle de tyske garnisoner, 250 deltagere, lige nu hører vi Mr. Aaron Eckert, US Army. Sindssygt spændende foredrag om terrænpleje, ... See more

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Students visitng Semiaquatic LIFE 

The Semiaquatic LIFE project area Bastemose on Bornholm was presented for students from Copenhagen University, studying Nature Management. The students originates from 10 different countries and participated actively in discussion about management and conservation of diving beetles and water soliders.

Digging of wetlands at Ravlunda

The actions at Ravlunda military exercise field are up and running. Listen to a feature on P4 Radio Malmöhus  or read about the actions of Skånska Dagbladet. Note: In Swedish

Feature on Danish local tv

Click here to see a feature about SemiAquaticLife on Danish local TV (note: in Danish)

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