As students, we read Zdeněk Veselovský's book ‘Voices of the Jungle’ describing his stay in Kaziranga National Park. In addition to numerous interesting facts about wildlife bionomics, the reader will find a number of notes on nature conservation half a century ago. A very valuable article on the simplest problems of biodiversity management in this Assam park was published by Douglas Chadwick in National Geographic (2010). With some worries but also hopes, we visited this area in March 2019. However, the experience exceeded our expectations, despite many problems that persist in the national park. After all, over a hundred of the symbolic Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) have been poached in Kaziranga in the last ten years, and the population around the park has grown by a third.
In Bolivia, both life-form and habitat diversity includes Amazonian lowlands as well as the high Andes, cloud forests (yungas) as well as the puna, a high elevation montane grassland.
Flousek J., Jandová L., Chlapek J., Hošek M. & Kašpar J.: The Tusheti Area – The Edge of the World o
For the first time in Czech nature conservation history, the Nature Conservation Agency of the Czech Republic in co-operation with the Krkonoše/Giant Mts.
The Isle of Vilm is a marvellous example of the North German coastal landscape, situated near the Island of Rügen and extending over 2.5 km with a size of 94 hectares.
One of the finest bird parks in the world, the Keoladeo Ghana National Park located in Bharatpur, eastern Rajasthan was established in March 1982, covering 28 km2.
On 3 – 14 March 2013, the 16thMeeting of the Conference of the Parties to the CITES, celebrating the 40thanniversary in 2013, was held in Bangkok, Thailand.
In northern Bavaria, Germany, on an upper, unnavigable stream of the Main River, the Water Management Office based in Kronach has been implementing a rather broader programme aiming at improving morphological and ecological character of the river as well as at introducing close-to-nature flood prevention, protection and control measures.
The Fifth World Conservation Congress (WCC), organized by the IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, was held on Jeju, South Korea, 6–15 September 2013.