Ein neues Vogel Schutz Gesetz soll 170 noch existierende Arten in Albanien schützen!

Bau Gesetze, sind seit 23 Jahren nicht implemtiert, die Fischerei Gesetze seit über 10 Jahren nicht implemtiert und so ist mehr wie Zweifelhaft, ob überhaupt je ein Gesetz und die Justiz in Albanien funktionieren wird.
Heute wurde im Amtsblatt (Vogelschutz Gesetz), die ab sofort unter Naturschutz stehenden Vögel veröffentlicht, insgesamt 300 Arten, darunter die Pelikane, Adler, auch Braun und Scheunen Schwalben, was allerdings lange Nichts aussagt, weil weder Bau Gesetze, noch Fischerei Schutz Gesetze implementiert ist, oft sogar die Inspektoren dagegen verstossen, Wilderei und Strom Fischerei selber organisieren.
Davon sind viele Arten allerdings in Albanien bereits ausgestorben, wegen der sinnlosen Wilderei, wie auch 50-70 % der Wälder abgeholzt wurden, seitdem die Westliche Wertegemeinschaft „Demokratie“ bringen spielte.
Currilla Tourismus ZONE privat, die Adler wurden vergiftet wie alle Hunde und Abwässer ins Meer

Po ashtu në këtë listë është i përfshirë edhe Pelikani Kaçurel, apo Pelikani Rosë.

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VKM – Në tokën e shqipeve në rrezik zhdukje shqiponjat!
25/04/2016 – 17:21

Shqipëria ka një listë të posaçme të shpendëve më të rrezikuar dhe për të cilët do të kërkohet mbrojtje e veçantë.

Ministria e Mjedisit dhe Pyjeve ka hartuar një listë, e cila është botuar këtë të hënë në faqen e Fletores Zyrtare.

Vendimi ka hyrë në fuqi sot. Kujtojmë se Ministria e Mjedisit ka zgjatur moratoriumin për mbrojtjen e shpendëve, shumë prej të cilëve ishin drejt zhdukjes në vendin tonë.

Janë rreth 170 lloje shpendësh, të cilët do të kenë mbrojtje të veçantë.

Zakonisht është folur në përgjithësi për moratoriumin e gjymtisë, por së fundi kemi një listë konkrete me shpendët e rrezikuar dhe që mbrohen posaçërisht.

Pas pelikanit kaçurrel, në listë janë përfshirë edhe një sërë shpendësh, përfshirë Shqiponjat peshkngrënëse, Shqiponja e detit, Shqiponja gjarpërngrënëse, Shqiponja perandorake.

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04 Apr 16

Albania Eyes Fresh, Longer, Ban on Hunting

After a two-year moratorium on hunting expired in March, Albania’s government is preparing to extend the ban for another five years, which wildlife lovers support wholeheartedly.

Fatjona Mejdini


An illegal birds hunter on March 27 in the Adriatic wetland | Photo: Courtesy of Taulant Bino

Albanian is preparing to impose a new ban on shooting of animals and birds for another five years.

The Ministry of Environment told BIRN that the new draft law is on its way and is expected to pass parliament in July and take effect early in the autumn.

The last two-year moratorium on hunting run out 15 March and was widely considered a success overall. Animal rights groups say it has had a good effect.

Now the government is preparing for a longer ban, although there will be a gap of several months from March to September before birds and animals can benefit from the renewed protection of the law.

Despite the moratorium, cases of illegal hunting were routinely reported all over Albania.

In the last weeks, as well, although hunting is still banned under the current hunting law, animal rights groups have reported the same phenomenon.

Taulant Bino, who runs the Albanian Ornithological Society, told BIRN that in the last months illegal hunting had increased because state institutions were delaying enacting a second moratorium.

„The delay in preparing this new moratorium has dulled the vigilance of state institutions and motivated illegal hunters,“ he said……


6 Gedanken zu „Ein neues Vogel Schutz Gesetz soll 170 noch existierende Arten in Albanien schützen!“

  1. Nord Albanien wird von der GIZ unterstützt. Vogel- und Umwelt Schutz wird besondert gefördert, aber die Umsetzung wird wie immer im Null Bereich sein, die Reise- und sonstigen Spesen ins Astronomische gehen, wobei allein diese Konferenz schon vollkommen unnütz ist.

    Man macht diese Konferenzen zur Befriedung der Profil Neurose, zur Selbst Darstellung, Geistig behinderter Personen, um hohen Geld Diebstahl durch inkompetende und oft korrupte Gestalten und Partner Organisationen zuvertuschen.

    Ein echter Experte ist anwesend, der aber ziemlich die Nase voll hat, von dem ganzen Unfug der Inkompetenz.

    Genc Miteau Genc Miteau
    Langjähriger Touristik Direktor über 10 Jahre, schied aus, weil die echten Experten alle auswanderten, die Nase voll hatten, von den kriminelen Umtrieben von hohen Verantwortlichen und der Inkompetenz von Politik Leuten, welche jedes Gesetz, jede Tourismus Massnahme sabotierten, weil man vollkommen korrupt ist und war.
    Gründer der Ersten Touristik Organisation und Original Tirana Familie

  2. albania-shifts-hopes-from-hunting-to-tourism-04-28-2016

    Albania Shifts Hopes From Hunting to Tourism

    Heute hat sich die Population erholt auf 53 Paare, weil es einige ausl. Organisationen gibt die sehr aktiv sind. Das vorgestellte Projekt der Albaner Mafia identisch wie von Klement Balili mit seinem Luxus Hotel, dürfte wohl gestorben sein.

    „Paplo Escopar“ des Balkans: Klement Balili, als Distrikt Vertreter, des LSI Mafia Partei des Ilir Meta

    Pelikani kaçurrel, në Divjakë numërohen 53 çifte (foto)

    Postuar: 11/05/2016 – 17:46

    Në Parkun Kombëtar Divjakë-Karavasta, u organizua një aktivitet në kuadër të programit rajonal për Menaxhimin e Ligatinave dhe Ruajtjen e Pelikanit Kaçurrel në Pellgun e Mesdheut.

    Sipas drejtorit të AKZM-së, Zamir Dedej, kompleksi ligatinor Divjakë–Karavasta është i vetmi vend folenizimi për Pelikanin kaçurrel në Shqipëri dhe një nga vendet me shumëllojshmërinë më të madhe të shpendëve.

    Gjate dy viteve të fundit, numri i Pelikanit Kaçcurrel ka shënuar rritje, nga 37 çifte në 2013, sot numërohen 53 çifte duke arritur numrin e 20 viteve më përpara.

    E ndërkohë drejtori i AdZM-së në Fier, Ardian Korçi, ka deklaruar se është dyfishuar numri i shpendëve dimërues në këtë zonë, si dhe e gjithë zona është kthyer në një atraksion turistik për të apasionuarit e natyrës”. Ka bërë të ditur BalkanWeb.

    Ky aktivitet organizohet për herë të dytë në Shqipëri dhe ka si qëllim rritjen e ndërgjegjësimit për mbrojtjen dhe ruajtjen e këtij lloji me rëndësi globale.

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    Bird-watching and wildlife tours in Adriatic Sea lagoons have drawn international tourist attention after a government ban on hunting.

  3. Feature 29 Sep 15
    Swallow Loses Home as Albania’s Bunkers Vanish

    Most Albanians are not sorry to see the back of Enver Hoxha’s concrete bunkers, but for one rare swallow their demolition is a tragedy.
    Altin Raxhimi
    The Red Swallow | Photo by : Drocic Narcis

    Mauro Fasola cannot hide a pinch of sadness as he reflects on how much Albania has changed between his two visits, in 1996, and again in 2013.

    Nineteen years ago, in a company of biologists, the professor of ecology from Pavia in Lombardy, Italy, stalked a nature reserve in the Karavasta Lagoon on the coast for bird identification.

    The area is home to a line of large anti-aircraft bunkers facing his home country.

    Now 65, Fasola saw them as an “exaggerated and paranoid reaction” to the “stupid act” of Fascist Italy’s invasion of Albania in 1939.

    One bunkersquatted right in the centre of the nearby village while a farmer was building his home on the top of another. “You cannot destroy the bunkers,” the farmer told Fasola. “You can build on them, though.”

    Some were dotted around farmlands. On a strip of land separating the lagoon from the Adriatic lay a line of anti-aircraft firing shelters. Smaller bunkers stitched the line between the sands and the pine forest to the rear for use by infantry.

    A rare bird in Italy, the red-rumped swallow, was entering one of them. “If they were doing that, it would be for nesting,” he said. “They also live in colonies.”

    They were indeed nesting. He found dozens of nests of red-rumped swallows stitched into bunker ceiling. Delighted with the find, he and Taulant Bino, Albania’s only birdwatcher on payroll, rushed to publish the results in Alauda, the respected journal of France’s Ornithological Society.

    Hirundo or Cecropis daurica was classified in the late 18th century as a swallow from lake Baikal in Siberia, a find by meticulous Lutheran bureaucrats hired by the Russian empire to study its expanding territories.

    In the Balkans, they recently expanded from the south of the peninsula towards the north, along pathways in the hinterlands of the rivers that run to the Adriatic, but also along the karst rocks of the Slovenian littoral.

    Far less common than regular swallows, it is prettier than them as well, with its dull rusty-red back. “It’s a beautiful bird! It has this black tail and this red back,” he said.
    The nest of a red-rumped swallow in an army shelter near Topoja in central Albania. (Photo: Taulant Bino)

    The tweet is less impressive. “A mediocre song,” is how Paul Géroudet, the renowned Swiss ornithologist who studied the swallow in neighbouring Montenegro in the 1960s wrote in his catalogue raisonné of European passerines.

    When Fasola visited the area again 16 years later, the bunkers peeping in the direction of Italy had disappeared. Many had given way for tourism development, first to food joints and then to whole apartment blocks designed for holidaymakers by the sea.

    The Karavasta nature reserve itself mostly remains intact but impoverished Albanians have blasted away at the masses of concrete bunkers to sell their steel wiring for a few euros to smelters.

    “This has destroyed the breeding ground of the swallow,” he lamented.

    The bunkers have long trolled Albania’s Stalinist memories. No one knows their exact number but local assessments range between 500,000 and a million. They were built to defend Albania from invasions that never came from the two major power blocs, those of the Soviets and the Americans.

    While documents show that hermit Albania was more important than had been assumed in the Cold War games, the concrete mushrooms were still a ridiculous overreaction.

    By the late 1980s, when Albania entered a deep slump, fears of foreign attack ceased to be a priority and those lines of defence were slowly abandoned. They began to serve as escapes for human lovebirds in a strict society, or as impromptu restrooms.

    Witness to History

    Another human habitat the red-rumped swallow seems to have taken over is buildings abandoned during the Bosnian conflict of the 1990s.

    Bosnian war veteran and avid birdwatcher Narcis Dorcić had spotted a nest, among other places, in a World War II German bunker near his home town of Žepče in the middle of the country, which in peacetime served as a restaurant. It has been abandoned since the recent conflict and he spotted the nest in the summer of 2012.

    It is a novelty to see the bird in this part of the country, an indicator of a recent trend that sees the C. daurica migrate from the Mediterranean northwards into the European hinterland.

    “They are picking dark places resembling caves,” he says. “Bigger houses that are really abandoned, tunnels, garages.”

    “But I have spotted perhaps 10 or 20 nests in buildings that were abandoned because of the war.

    “This happened in central and northern Bosnia, which do not have caves they could use. In the south they have plenty of natural spots where to breed.”

    Swallows like to build their nests in corners of buildings close to human habitation, exploiting the food chain created by stocks of cattle. Dung from cows draws insects, which then draw swallows, among other birds. While their diet is the same, the red-rumped swallow prefers building its nest in curved vertical spaces, mostly rock crevices. “It is quite a shy bird,” Bino, the Tirana ornithologist, said.

    As an adaptive strategy, over the past century they have learned to stick their nests in architectural projects gone wrong. They often choose the underbellies of remote French bridges, World War Two fortifications in the Pyrennees mountain range, or abandoned Romanian cabins, bird watchers say. In Albania, they learned to make use of concrete mushrooms. It’s as if nature reclaims and corrects human folly, Fasola reflected.

    Bino is perplexed about what to make of this. At the University of Montpellier in France, he studied biology, the same subject that Albania’s Communist dictator Enver Hoxha, who ordered the bunkers, left unfinished half a century earlier.

    He was among the few junior professors of the University of Tirana to join a hunger strike demanding the removal of Communist insignia in 1991. He later sat in a government that avidly sought to dismantle Albania’s Stalinist heritage, including the remains of the Hoxha museum, another concrete edifice.

    Yet, immediately after that hunger strike, he headed to the southern French wetlands for his ornithological studies. His doctorate was on the Dalmatian pelican, a majestic bird that nests in the Karavasta. His dream project would be a coffee table Albanian ornithological catalogue. He recently founded the Albanian Ornithological Society that is encouraging dozens of newfound bird watchers.

    At a meeting of nature lovers one sunny weekend last November, Bino showed his colleagues pictures of the nests of red-rumped swallows. What was special in them was that the birds had built a little entrance tunnel entering a larger dome, a sort of a swallow-built model of an Albanian bunker, glued to the ceiling of a man-made one.

    In April, he Facebooked the picture of another nest he had just snapped inside a remote shelter in the Fier area, a dozen kilometres south of Karavasta. He says plans for an oil pipeline designed to bring Azerbaijani gas to Western Europe through Albania cut through this field, so the bunker could disappear, nest included.

    “Bunkers generate traumatic memories to most, but for me, as an ornithologist, they are home to those birds,” he said.

  4. Albanien hat nur das EU System übernommen und kopiert, wie EU Medien sogar schreiben. Idiot muss man sein, oder wie in Albanien, Analphabet und schon wird man Minister, General, Polizei Direktor, Inspektor usw.. Edi Rama Show: Die Qualifikation der Administration untersuchen, die Analphabeten rauswerfen.

    Minister Ultimatum Rama: Scannen Personal, Analphabeten in Ministerien Posted: 14/10/2017 – 9.31!

    Albaner töden die Adler und Raubvögel. Hier ist von Vieh Hirten die Regel, was wohl nur für die Dümmsten zutrifft, aber die sind oft Minister, Direktoren auch der Umwelt Behörden

    Ost sind es auch Kriminelle, welche illegal bauten, wertvolle Quellen auch zerstören wie Biotope. Typisch die Splendid Mafia, Port Side Lokale Mafia in Durres und in Tirana, welche Gift Köder gegen Hunde in einem Biotop auslegt und seitdem hat niemand die Bussard Adler gesehen, welche es dort immer bei Durres gab. Ausserdem verseuchen die illegalen Hotels, Lokale überall die Wasser Quellen, Bäche, das Meer, was System ist.

  5. 150.000 Vögel wurden von Italienischen Jägern in Albanien geschossen, wobei der Schwiegersohn von Salih Berisha: Jamberg Malltezi, viele Jagden organisierte. Wertvollste Bussard Adler, wurden wohl vergiftet, beim Bau der Disco „Splendid“ bei Durres in der Currilla, ein besonders wertvolles Biotop mit Wasserquelle im August vernichtet.

    Die Lagunen haben ein Arten Sterben von 50.000 Vögel in den 70er Jahren, auf 7.000 heute, ebenso durch Dreck wurden die Laichplätze der seltenden Schildkröten zerstört, die Küste ebenso durch eine grosse Erosion was auch vor 10 Jahren bekannt war.

    Mafia Boss Edi Rama, EU und KfW finanziert zerstört das Land, hält sich bei Kriminellen (u.a Sait Fishta) auf, welche an der Küste, ganze Wälder abholzten in Tradition.

    Simboli kombëtar i shqiptarëve po shkon drejt zhdukjes

    December 29, 2017 16:00

    Simboli kombëtar i shqiptarëve po shkon drejt zhdukjes

    Simboli kombëtar i shqiptarëve po shkon drejt zhdukjes.

    “Shumë shpejt, shqiponja do mbetet vetëm në flamur,” shkruan agjencia e njohur AFP.

    Në reportazhin e agjencisë thuhet se shpendi fisnik po zhduket për shkak të gjuetisë së pakontrolluar.

    Shumë pranë Tiranës, një shqiponjë shitet në rrugë për vetëm 55 deri në 85 euro.

    Pavarësisht se është një shpend i mbrojtur, gjuetia ndaj shqiponjave nuk njeh të ndaluar.

    Eksperti Mirjan Topi thotë se numri i këtyre shpendëve është reduktuar në mënyrë të tmerrshme.

    Ai thotë se 25 vjet më parë ishin rreth 200 çifte shqiponjash të arta, por tani kanë mbetur diçka më pak se gjysma.

    Një pronar lokali në Orikum thotë me krenari se ka blerë një shqiponjë për 400 euro dhe e ka vendosur në krah të flamurit. Shumica e shqiponjave vendosen nëpër lokale e restorante.

    Shqipëria ka vendosur një moratorium gjuetie në vitin 2014, për të ndaluar së paku 3 mijë gjahtarë italianë, që kanë vrarë në Shqipëri mbi 150 mijë zogj.

    Por efiçenca e këtij moratoriumi mbetet e limituar, shkruan agjencia.


    The vengeful sea devouring Albania’s coast

    December 13, 2017 by Briseida Mema, Nicolas Gaudichet
    Environmentalists say a dangerous mix of climate change and rampant, unregulated urban development are behind the rapid disappea
    Environmentalists say a dangerous mix of climate change and rampant, unregulated urban development are behind the rapid disappearance of the shoreline in impoverished Albania

    Asim Krasniqi watches anxiously as the Adriatic Sea creeps ever closer to his beach bar in Albania, a country faced with an alarming pace of coastal erosion.

    „I’m nostalgic for how this place used to be,“ the septuagenarian told AFP wistfully, remembering when this beach in Qerret, to the west of the capital Tirana, was bigger and „many more“ foreign tourists came.

    „Today everything is degraded,“ he said.

    Environmentalists say a dangerous mix of climate change and rampant, unregulated urban development are behind the rapid disappearance of the shoreline in the impoverished Balkan country.

    „The sea has swallowed the coast. She is taking revenge on man, who has destroyed nature,“ said Sherif Lushaj, an environmental specialist at Polis University in Tirana.

    The initially „inconspicuous“ phenomenon has become far more serious in recent years, Lushaj told AFP.

    Further north along the coast, near the concrete constructions in the beach resort town of Shengjin, dozens of tree trunks are decaying in water, a reminder that there used to be a forest between the sea and Kune lagoon.

    The lagoon is now threatened, less and less protected by a thin strip of land that is fast disappearing.

    Once perched on sand dunes, nuclear bunkers built during the communist era of dictator Enver Hoxha also now barely emerge above the water. Others have been engulfed by the sea.

    Of the 427 kilometres (265 miles) of Albania’s coast, „154 are affected by erosion“, Environment Minister Blendi Klosi told AFP.

    Sometimes barely perceptible, the advance of the sea in other areas has reached a frightening pace of 20 metres a year, he said.

    Near Shengjin, it has engulfed „some 400 metres of ground in the course of the last 15 years,“ said the minister.

    Vanishing wildlife

    „This place will disappear if the state does not take necessary measures,“ said Osman Demi, a fisherman in his sixties who remembers the „terrible night“ of December 31, 2009, when sudden floods submerged his village.

    „We fish bass, crab, mullet here. The destruction of this lagoon would be a catastrophe,“ said his colleague Albert Pati, adding that in certain corners, once full of fish, „the water is already dead“.

    Pelicans have disappeared from the lagoon. A census conducted a year ago found just 7,000 birds, down from 50,000 in the 1970s.

    Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-12-vengeful-sea-devouring-albania-coast.html#jCp

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