Rezervat biosfere Golija-Studenica: život s planinom / Biosphere Reserve Golija-Studenica: Life with Mountain
Authors: Goran Sekulić, Dragana Ostojić, Maja Radosavljević, Nataša Panić
Published in 2017 Publication format 15x23 cm, 22+22 pages, written in Serbian and English
Biosphere reserves are areas of land or marine ecosystems, which are internationally recognized within the UNESCO Man and Biosphere (MAB) program, and which together form the global network of biosphere reserves. The network is of crucial importance for the goals of this program, which is to achieve a sustainable balance between sometimes opposing goals: protecting biodiversity, conserving cultural values, and socio-economic development. Biosphere reserves are primarily areas for the promotion and demonstration of a balanced relationship between people and nature. According to the proposal of the Institute for Nature Conservation of Serbia, in accordance with the objectives of the Spatial Plan of Serbia (1996), and with the support of the National MAB Committee, part of the Nature park "Golija", called "Golija-Studenica", was designated in 2001 together with Studenica monastery as a biosphere reserve, thus becoming the first reserve of that type in our country and part of the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves.
Nastavni listovi: Mini ključevi za prepoznavanje vrsta u prirodi-mini ključevi (drvenaste vrste, lekovito bilje, gljive, lišajevi, vodozemci i gušteri, sisari, ptice)/ Instructional sheets: Mini keys to recognizing the species in nature (woody species, medicinal herbs, fungi, lichens, amphibians and lizards, mammals and birds)
Editors: Marina Drndarski and Nataša Panić
Authors (2017): Marina Drndarski, Nataša Panić, Predrag Lazarević, Berislava Ilić, Duška Dimović, Nadežda Đaković-Petrović, Rastko Ajtić, Vladan Bjedov, Goran Sekulić Published in 2005, 2013, 2017 ( revised edition )
A set of Instructional sheets represents mini keys to recognizing the selected species, which can mostly be found in our closest environment. They can be used both in nature and the classrooms, since these sheets enable students to easily find and identify a particular species.
Price: 500,00 RSD
Praćenje sova u Parku prirode „Stara planina“: iskustva i smernice/The monitoring of owls in the Nature Park Stara planina: experience and guidelines
Authors: Miloš Radaković, Ivan Medenica, Danko Jović, Dragana Nedeljković
Published in 2016 Publication format А4, 20 pages
Besides their beauty birds are also excellent indicators of the state of environment, so that the long-term monitoring of bird fauna of a particular place can provide a lot of information about the degree of conservation or the degradation of environment. According to the Draft project called "The monitoring of owls in the Nature Park Stara planina" three species of owls have been selected as target species for the monitoring of environment, which are known and presumed to nest or have nested there (brown owl Strix aluco, Ural owl Strix uralensis and boreal owl Aegolius funereus). The choice of owls as a model for environmental research is not merely accidental. They are species on top of trophic pyramids,since they do not have natural predators, and their presence points to the general state of environment, and in this project it is an indicator of the state of forests.
Otkrivanje Tare /Discovering Tara
Authors (2016): Slobodan Jovanović, Dragana Ostojić, Milica Tomić, Jasmina Magdić-Mijović, Radomir
Mandić, Olga Miličić, Violeta Orlović, Dragan Pavićević, Nadežda Petrović-Đaković, Slobodan Puzović, Erna Šehovac, Stevan M. Stanković, Ranko Findrik, Aleksandar Hegediš, Boriša Čolić, Marijana Josipović, Ranko Milanović Co-publishers: The Ecological Society of Serbia, PE National Park ''Tara'' Published in 2001, 2004, 2006 and 2016 Publication format 25 cm, 96 pages
Authors of the book gradually reveal all aspects of the protected area. In a comprehensive and popular way they reveal how Tara was created, its natural values, geo and hydro heritage, the characteristic of flora and fauna, as well as the cultural and historical heritage.
Price: 200,00 RSD
Časopis za decu „Svet prirode, eko zabavnik“/Kids’ journal "The World of Nature"
Editor: Nataša Panić
Published in 2014, 2015 and 2016
Price: 150,00 RSD
Bojanka „Retke i ugrožene vrste u Srbiji“/Coloring sheets "Rare and endangered species in Serbia"
Authors: Maja Radosavljević, Nataša Panić
Published in 2013, 2015
The coloring book contains drawings, pictures and information about 10 endangered species in Serbia. All of the illustrated species used to live throughout our country, however their numbers are declining on a daily basis. In order to preserve them and prevent from extinction, we protect them as protected and strictly protected species. The coloring book is an invitation to children to learn about species that have been unknown to them by coloring these sheets, and to find out why these species need to be protected.
Price: 150,00 RSD
Set slagalica „Retke vrste u Srbiji“ (Pančićev skakavac, ris i beloglavi sup)/ A set of puzzles "Rare species in Serbia" (Pančić’s grasshopper, lynx and griffon vulture)
Published in 2015
The set of puzzles "Rare species in Serbia" contains 3 puzzles featuring photographs of griffon vulture, lynx and Pančić’s grasshopper. Each puzzle is of A4 publication format and contains 48 parts. In addition to the picture, on each puzzle there is a short text about basic characteristics of the species, its habitat in our country and the main causes of its vulnerability.
Price: 200,00 RSD
Eko-edukativna igra „Eko-skakalica“/Eco-educational game "Eco-dice game"
Author: Maja Radosavljević
Published in 2015
This is an educational game in which, according to the principles of a dice game, kids move along the path answering the questions about rare and protected species.
Evropska konvencija o predelu: Republika Srbija - pravo i odgovornost /European Landscape Convention: The Republic of Serbia - Rights and Responsibilities
Editor: Biljana Jovanović Ilić
Authors: Biljana Filipović, Jasminka Cvejić, Biljana Jovanović Ilić, Asja Drača Muntean, Dejana Lukić, Nataša Panić Published in 2013 Co-publisher: The Ministry of Natural Resources, Mining and Spatial Planning Publication format 21x21cm,17+17 pages, written in Serbian and English
The member states of the Council of Europe signed the European Landscape Convention in Florence on October 20th, 2000, and the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia ratified it on May 25th, 2011. By adopting the Convention, the Republic of Serbia joined countries that showed concern for sustainable development and understanding of the value of European cultural and natural heritage, as the core values of European identity, to which Serbia also belongs. The objectives of the Convention are to promote the protection, management and planning of landscapes, as well as to organize European cooperation on the landscape matters.