Istraživački rad

On Skadar Lake, the ringing of Dalmatian pelicans had been performed ever since 1970’s, when this species was still largely unknown to science. Intensive researches of Dalmatian pelican throughout the world had brought to Skadar Lake a well known pelican expert, dr Alain Crivelli, who is still in charge of the international pelican ringing scheme. In collaboration with, at the time the only Montenegrin ornithologist Ondrej Vizi, started the ringing program which used colored researchers’ rings. Following the practice to mark birds with unique ring type for each locality, the rings used on Skadar Lake were oval PVC open rings, blue with white markings from K001 to K100. Until 2010, about forty young individuals were ringed with these rings. The ringing is conducted at 


Monitoring of Birds of Ulcinj Saline

Thursday - 24 December, 2015

Natural History Museum 's ornithologists have been engaged to conduct regular monitoring of birds of Ulcinj saline within the conservation measures provided by National Park's Action Plan for 2015 and 2016. The goal of the monitoring is to determine the numbers and composition of breeding, wintering and migratory birds of the Saline in current conditions. After the disruption of salt production in 2013, the circulation of water within this semi-natural habitat also stopped, which led to drastic changes in bird population. Results of ornithological research will contribute the optimization of Saline's operation in order to restore bird populations.  


Monitoring biodiverziteta Crne Gore

Thursday - 30 July, 2015

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Research of Žijovo massif

Monday - 23 February, 2015

Žijovo massif grasps the area of south-west Prokletije mountains, spreading between Cijevna River canyon in the west, the Little River canyon in the east, Ribnica River and Ćemovsko plain in the south, and valleys of Veruša River and Vučji stream in the north. During the last ice age,