Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia
For more than three decades we have been inspiring people to unite and take actions that will bring positive change and help protect natural and cultural heritage. BPSSS is very proud of its members, volunteers, and supporters that care about birds and people.
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“Nature today, more than ever before in human history, faces numerous challenges. For me, working in a nature conservation organization is a life mission.”
Mirjana Rankov, Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia Staff member
“As a young doctor, I help people to recover every day. But I also feel a responsibility to help nature survive. Being a member of the Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia is my way of achieving it”.
Marija Karapandžić, Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia Member
“By volunteering at the Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia, I have the feeling that I am creating a positive change and a better understanding of nature”.
Sanja Šumanović, Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia Volunteer
Press release – EU Nature Restoration Law: AGRI Committee votes against farmers’ future and food security
This afternoon, the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRI) of the European Parliament voted for a full rejection of the Commission’s proposal for the EU Nature Restoration Law. With this opinion, the bulk of Members of Parliament is letting down their own constituency of farmers, who are facing the unprecedented impact of the collapse of our ecosystems and climate change.
BirdLife’s new position paper Winds of Change: Powering Healthy Seas through a Nature Positive Energy Transition presents a clear vision for our seas and outlines how the shift to renewable energy sources at sea can catalyse action to combat the interconnected nature and climate crises.
The beautiful Doñana National Park, located in the south of Spain, is under threat from, among others, illegal water irrigation practices. This park, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, is home to an incredible array of plant and animal species, many of which are at risk of extinction. Unfortunately, the use of water illegally extracted from the already overexploited park’s aquifers is causing significant damage to the delicate ecosystem.