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2020 03 20
VISITING STATE NATIONAL AND REGIONAL PARKS DURING QUARANTINE PERIOD - SAFETY FIRST

The government has taken restrictions to manage the threats posed by the spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19). In parks and other popular places of interest, people should walk no more than two and avoid direct contact with others. Also it is highly recomendet to stay at home during the quarantine period.

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2020 02 25
VOLUNTEERS FROM ABROAD AGAIN IN ŽEMAITIJA NATIONAL PARK

The Žemaitija National Park Directorate has been working for many years with young people from abroad, who come to volunteer in Lithuania. Volunteers had already come to Plateliai from Spain, Italy, Romania, Ukraine, Russia, France and other countries.

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2020 01 08
WHAT TO DO IN WINTER? VISIT 10 PROTECTED STONES!

Do you know what kinda gifts the last glacier, covering Lithuania, left us about fourteen thousand years ago? It had drawn impressive stones from Scandinavia, which are still scattered all over our country today.

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2019 12 06
THE MISSION OF NATURE PROTECTION IS TRUSTED TO ANGUSS

The Aukštaitija National Park Directorate has focused its efforts on revitalizing the grazing area in order to preserve economic activities important for protected plants and animals and to prevent grassland overgrowing with scrubs or reeds.  

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2019 11 06
PUNIOS SILAS - OVER 100 RED LISTED SPECIES

Due to the diversity of old trees, large habitats, rare and protected species of flora and fauna, Punios Silas is one of the most valuable forests not only in Lithuania but also in Europe.

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2019 11 06
TO KNOW THE PROTECTED AREAS WITHOUT DAMAGE

In recent years, many landscapes, nature and cultural heritage objects have been used for visiting protected areas: mounds, openings, springs, cognitive trails, observation towers built. Visitors can get to know the values ​​stored in national and regional parks, reserves and strict reserves.

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2019 11 06
A PAIR OF LESSER SPOTTED EAGLES HAVE SUCCESSFULLY RETURNED TO THE REBUILTED NEST

In the autumn of last year, nest of Lesser Spotted Eagle collapsed, after nearest tree crashed in to it. In 2019 the nest was rebuilt by Krekenava Regional Park Directorate.

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