Amphibians and reptiles, both defining a regions herpetofauna, are considered to be amongst the most endangered vertebrates in the world, many species being extinct. Because the herpetofauna in Romania is one of the richest in Europe, this projects purpose is to identify and monitor the species in a country’s region, namely the Băița-Crăciunești quarry and awareness of the inhabitants of the two local communities through information and education on the importance of the existing species in the quarry. We will study the connection between the quarry’s herpetofauna and the local communities and if there is any support between the two involved parts.

We bid farewell

As the season ends, we took advantage of this last opportunity to see our friends for this year .

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10Sep

A further step in our relationship with the wildlife

Informing the locals about the differences there are between the venomous snakes and the non venomous snakes

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10Sep

Herpetofauna for children

Awareness, education and biodiversity were the ingredients for a successful ecological session

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17Iun

A successful return

Camping, hiking, establishing routes through the quarry and identifying species and issues that might come up

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28Mai

Quarry welcomes us

Getting acquainted with the quarry

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15Mai