NATURA Doğa ve Kültür Koruma Derneği olarak, Toprak İçin Pedalla projesi kapsamındaAnkara'da atık sorununa karşılık kompostu bir çözüm önerisi olarak sunan bir çalışmayürütüyoruz. Ayrancı Semti ve Çiğdem Mahallesi’nde yürütülecek bu çalışmada; eğitimler,işletmelerden atık toplama ve şehirde kompost uygulamaları yer alacak. Ayrancı Semti’ndeyer alan 10 işletmeden ayda iki kere organik atıkları toplayacak ve bu atıkları ÇiğdemMahallesi … Continue reading Toprak İçİn Pedalla Kompost projesİ başlıyor!
The findings of the project "Primary Bird Surveys on a Tertiary Relict Endemic and Vulnerable Living Fossil Forest, the Anatolian Sweetgum Forests" which carried out between March 2018 and January 2019 with the support of OSME fund published in the International Journal of Nature and Life Sciences (IJNLS) as "The Importance of Endangered Anatolian (Oriental) … Continue reading Our Article on Bird Diversity of Sweetgum Forest Had Been Published
There are almost a few studies that focus on the importance of forests for the bat species in Turkey. The forest ecosystem is sometimes roosting, sheltering and feeding environment for bats as well as the other species. In this study that was partially supported by The Rufford Foundation (RF, project no: 26671-B) and Idea Wild … Continue reading OUR ARTICLE ON BAT DIVERSITY OF SWEETGUM FOREST HAD BEEN PUBLISHED
With this study that was financially supported by The Rufford Foundation (RF, project no: 16444-2)., the existence of the mammalian species were used as a tool to reveal rehabilitation suggestions for the Anatolian (Oriental) Sweetgum Forests which are tertiary relict endemic for the Eastern Mediterranean Basin, heavily fragmented and in danger of becoming extinct. As … Continue reading OUR ARTICLE ON MAMMALS DIVERSITY OF SWEETGUM FOREST HAD BEEN PUBLISHED
A regional workshop with the participation of forestry students from Koycegiz Vocational High School of Mugla Sıtkı Kocman University had been organized in the frame of "Research and Conservation of the Sweetgum Forests" project supported by Rufford SGF in 25-26 April 2019. In the first day of event, several presentations and workshops about the history … Continue reading SAVE THE SWEETGUM FORESTS WORKSHOP
Spiders are prominent due to ease of their taxon identifications, one of the easiest among the megadiverse arthropod taxa. Their use as indicators of anthropogenic land use patterns or habitat types has been pronounced for multiple times in the literature. There was no previous report on spiders from the unique Liquidambar orientalis forest habitat in Turkey, which is … Continue reading Our Arachnology Team Has Just Started to the Surveys inside the Sweetgum Forests
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https://www.facebook.com/yasin.ilemin/videos/10156204190485910/ The forest bats of southwestern Anatolia have been started to study with the coordinations of Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University and Çankırı Karatekin University, and partnerships of General Directorate of Forestry (Department of Köyceğiz District) and NATURA. In those studies, it is aimed to emphasize the importance of the forests for bats and the conservation … Continue reading The news of our researches related with the forest bats in southwestern Anatolia has been released
The sweetgum forest and red pine forest bats of southwestern Anatolia have been started to study with the coordinatons of Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University and Çankırı Karatekin University, and partnerships of General Directorate of Forestry (Department of Köyceğiz District) and NATURA. In the scope of the study of the habitat preferences of bats, we determined … Continue reading We achieved a first in Turkey!
Three sweetgum saplings had been sent from Köyceğiz by NATURA Team to Çankırı Karatekin University’s Faculty of Forestry. The saplings were brought together with soil in the garden of the Faculty next to the lonely tree, which has been living alone for years. Our hope; these individuals can also live in a healthy way for many years and … Continue reading Three sweetgum saplings brought together with soil in the garden of Çankırı Karatekin University’s Faculty of Forestry