Cooperation for conservation
DANUBEPARKS - Network Of Protected Areas
DANUBEPARKS is the Network of Protected Areas along the Danube River, working together since 2009. It currently consists of 16 Protected Areas from 9 Danube countries, all hotspots for biodiversity.
We improve consistency of nature protection activities and strengthen our voice on European level. Our main fields of work include restoration of dynamic river habitats, floodplain forest & meadow management, protection and monitoring of rare species, and nature tourism.
The Danube River is a green lifeline for biodiversity. While the Network of Danube Protected Areas preserves the most valuable sites, habitat fragmentation limits efforts to preserve a cohesive ecosystem. DANUBEparksCONNECTED has initiated the DANUBE HABITAT CORRIDOR campaign to counteract fragmentation. More
2nd Danube Volunteers Day at Donau-Aue National Park
Around 30 Volunteers from WWF Generation Earth collected 18 big garbage bags on the riverbank of the National Park. More
2nd Danube Volunteers Day
To keep the Danube natural heritage in its naturally captivating and breathtaking form, the Danube River Network of Protected Areas is happy to announce that the 2nd Danube Volunteers day has already started and is going to be organized Danube-wide throughout the spring of 2018 with the main aim of collecting rubbish and cleaning the river dynamic habitats including WILDislands. More