The Watermill Games application includes fun activities for children, through which they can learn about the functions of the watermill of Agios Germanos, its connection with the natural environment, and get to know better the Prespa area and its rare flora and fauna.
This educational material was implemented as part of the project: INTERREG IPA Cross Border Co-operation Programme “Greece – Republic of North Macedonia 2014-2020” HOLY WATER “Strengthening the cultural tourism product of the cross-border Prespa area, through the promotion of natural and cultural heritage”, funded by the European Union.
With PrespaWings, even the less skilled user can have an exciting bird watching experience. Through the application, you can recognize 27 bird species of the Prespa National Park. The steps are very simple and you only need to use your senses carefully. In the application you will also find instructions and practical tips for bird watching, a map with bird observation points, information on the features of these 27 species, and more extensive information on the Prespa british.
The application was created under the LIFE Prespa Waterbirds – LIFE15 NAT / GR / 000936 program.
Flora Prespae Database
The Flora Prespae Database app has a dual character, addressing both botanists and citizen scientists. Authorized users of the Database can enter the app through the “Researcher Portal”, which allows them to record new data for all the species and subspecies of the PNP, simplifying and facilitating the procedure of collecting new data. The application also aims to inform citizen scientists and collect new data from them. Users can find photographic material, refer to distribution maps based on the data integrated into floraprespaedatabase.gr, and obtain information on the degree of rarity, characteristics and ecology of 30 easily identifiable species.
The app was created under the project “Creation of a database for the flora of Prespa National Park”, which has been implemented by the Society for the Protection of Prespa, with the support of the Department of Forestry and Natural Environment Management of the Agricultural University of Athens, and with funding from the Green Fund.