The EU LIFE project addresses several main objectives:
- Protection of existing breeding grounds and creation of suitable breeding habitats for Black-tailed godwit, Eurasian curlew, redshank, Northern lapwing, Common snipe and other waders
- Improvement of conditions for resettlement of Dunlin and Ruff in our project areas along the Greifswald Lagoon
- Optimisation of common agricultural funding in EU and in our federal state with focus on meadow birds protection
- Establishmaent of an expert network on meadow birds in the Baltic Sea Region
- Reduction of predator menace to targeted species of meadow birds by foxes, badgers, racoons, martens and raccoon dogs
- Sensibilisation of public to nature conservation and meadow bird protection
- Instruction of volunteers (hunters, farmers, residents, conservationists) to care intensively for the project sites during and after LIFE project
- Augmentation of biodiversity by vegetational restructuring and adaptation of grassland management
- Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions of lowland mires/polders by optimising waterlevel management
Create more habitat spaces!
Supporting successful breeding!