During December last year, the Society for the Protection and Study of Birds of Serbia and its members planted 500 pedunculate oak seedlings. And they did not stop there, they continue the action “Now for the future”, and the slogan for spring planting is “Let’s grow together!”.
According to the website, pedunculate oak seedlings are being donated to the interested members of the Society for the Protection and Study of Birds of Serbia for the spring action. All members who apply for seedlings must provide adequate space or make a proposal for the area for which they can obtain a planting permit.
The Society points out that their priorities are bird habitats outside populated areas, especially in the territory of Vojvodina.
As they say, their wish is to work together to raise forests that will become real habitats for many wild species.
The maximum number of seedlings per registered member is 20, and priority is given to those who did not participate in the autumn planting.
Applications for planting last until February 28, 2021. years, and for more information see here.
During December planting at 11 locations u Vojvodina, seven in Central and Eastern Serbia, five in the Belgrade district and Sumadija 500 pedunculate oak seedlings were planted.
Source: Energetski portal Srbije by www.energetskiportal.rs.
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