Direct benefits information:
Improved water level in the NNR positively affected bird habitats and populations including qualifying species of European concern, like Chlidonias hybridus, Nycticorax nycticorax, Egretta garzetta, Ardea purpurea, Circus aeruginosus, Ardea alba, Botaurus stellaris, Aythya nyroca, Phalacrocorax pygmaeus and
many other bird species, through suitable breeding and feeding habitats in NNR
Ancillary benefits information:
Presence of SPAs in vicinity of villages in combination with extensive tourist infrastructure established within a framework of the project and outstanding opportunities for birdwatching shall attract local and foreign visitors. Consequently, the local people can benefit indirectly through provision of services to tourist in villages.
Costs investment information:
Includes: infrastructural costs and equipment costs
Costs capital information:
Includes: External assistance costs, direct personnel costs and Consumable materials
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Information on Ecosystem improved biodiversity:
1 098 ha of habitats of Waterbirds improved by water regime. The improved water level affected bird habitats and populations including two species of European importance, the the common crane (Grus grus) and the white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla), that started to breed for first time ever in the NNR.
Ecosystem provisioning services:
Information on Ecosystem provisioning services:
Elaborated pilot aqua environmental scheme for protection of birds and its habitats in intensively managed fishponds.
Ecosystem impact climate regulation:
Not relevant for the specific application
Information on Ecosystem impact climate regulation:
Not relevant for this application