The Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project

The Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project is a cross-border initiative bringing together wildlife conservation organisations, governmental agencies and other stakeholder such as; hunting associations, farmers and scientists, in five Balkan countries to tackle illegal wildlife poisoning.

 

Working in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece and Macedonia (FYR) we are leading establishment of National Anti-poison Working Groups in each country working with national partners with the aim of producing a National Anti-Poison Roadmap. These Roadmaps will provide the foundation for future work combating the use of poison and prevent the illegal killing of wildlife and protect vultures.

 

#BalkansAgainstPoisoning

 

Implementation period: 2018 to 2020 

 

Implementation area: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece and Macedonia (FYR)

 

Partners: Albanian Ornithological Society-AOS, Protection and Preservation of Natural

Environment in Albania-PPNEA, Ornithological Society “Naše ptice”, Association BIOM, Hellenic

Ornithological Society-HOS, Macedonian Ecological Society-MES. 

 

Summary of Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project Actions
BAPP summary_final.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.3 MB

Meeting reports

Working with national partners in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece and Macedonia (FYR) we have been coordinating meetings with stakeholders. For full reports of each of these meetings you can download the meeting reports below.

Albania Meeting Report May 2018
Albania Meeting Report May 2018.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 465.1 KB
Croatia Meeting Report May 2018
Croatia Meeting Report May.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 547.4 KB
Bosnia & Herzegovina Meeting Report May 2018
Bosnia & Herzegovina Meeting Report May
Adobe Acrobat Document 545.0 KB
Republic of Macedonia Meeting Report May 2018
Republic of Macedonia Meeting Report May
Adobe Acrobat Document 465.1 KB

Latest news from the Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project

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Nov

2018

A great success for Egyptian vultures breeding in Greece in the 2018 breeding season but threat of poisoning is real

Breeding pair of Egyptian vultures in Meteora (c) D.Vavylis HOS/BirdLife Greece
Breeding pair of Egyptian vultures in Meteora (c) D.Vavylis HOS/BirdLife Greece
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Oct

2018

Fighting illegal wildlife poisoning in Serbia

Griffon vulture poisoned in Kresna Gorge in the neighbouring Balkan country of Bulgaria
Griffon vulture poisoned in Kresna Gorge in the neighbouring Balkan country of Bulgaria
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Sep

2018

Significant progress for anti-poison work in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Sep

2018

One less Egyptian vulture in the Balkans - and what an horrible death!

Working to save the injured Egyptian vulture
Working to save the injured Egyptian vulture
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Aug

2018

New study reveals the impact of illegal poisoning in Greece

Griffon vulture a victim of illegal wildlife poisoning in Greece, May 2018
Griffon vulture a victim of illegal wildlife poisoning in Greece, May 2018
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Downloads

Project identity - logo and slogan

Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project Communications Plan
BAPP Communication Plan .pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 760.4 KB
Albanian project identity
Albanian.zip
Compressed Archive in ZIP Format 3.6 MB
Bosanski project identity
Bosanski.zip
Compressed Archive in ZIP Format 3.6 MB
Croatian project identity
Croatian.zip
Compressed Archive in ZIP Format 3.6 MB
English project identity
English.zip
Compressed Archive in ZIP Format 3.6 MB
Greek project identity
Greek.zip
Compressed Archive in ZIP Format 5.9 MB
Makedonski project identity
Makedonski.zip
Compressed Archive in ZIP Format 3.6 MB

The Balkan Ant-Poisoning Project is funded by the Mava Foundation.

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