Natura 2000: 23 more Romanian natural sites will become protected natural areas

Under a decision passed by the Romanian Government on Wednesday, 23 more Romanian natural sites will become protected natural areas as part of the Natura 2000 ecological network, being designated special protection areas.

In a press statement released on Wednesday, the Government said designating new special protection areas for bird species will mainly contribute to the conservation of bird species naturally occurring in the European Union, while also providing the interested parties a possibility of managing such areas and getting EU funds.

“By including these areas in the Natura 2000 network, the coverage of the special protection areas for bird species will match the important bird and biodiversity areas (IBAs) recognised by BirdLife International and the European Commission alike,” the statement reads.

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