For three days, about 70 people were involved in this activity: biodiversity experts, volunteer students, journalists, well-known artists and representatives of the local government of the municipalities and municipalities of the Vjosa watershed (Tepelenë, Qesarat, Memaliaj). All the activity has been followed carefully, step by step, by a group of professional photographers, who at the same time have documented in real time the data and the scientific work developed in the field. In more than 400 defined species, about 10% are classified as threatened, rare or endemic, many of which are included in international conventions according to the IUCN or even in the red book of Albania.
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