Beech forests

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07/04/2021 Forest Week in Bulgaria

Since 1925, the entire first week of April has been celebrated as Forest Week. For 2021 it is from 5 to 11 April and is held under the motto "The forest is health".

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Experts of the Central Balkan National Park Directorate and the Natural History Museum - Cherni Osam village made 32 houses for dormice.

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Since 2017 Bulgaria is represented in the serial transnational UNESCO World Heritage Site called “Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and Other Regions of Europe”. They are a heritage of humankind that connects 78 unique beech forest areas in 12 countries at a surface area of about 92,000 hectares.

The Bulgarian component covers 10 989,31 ha and includes the most representative beech forests in the nine reserves located on the territory of the Central Balkan National Park – Boatin, Tsarichina, Kozya Stena, Steneto, Sokolna, Peeshti skali, Stara reka, Dzhendema and Severen Dzhendem. The reserves are the category of protected areas with the highest degree of protection according to the Bulgarian legislation, which guarantees the protection of the valuable beech communities in them. The national park and the reserves in it are among the popular destinations for hiking in Bulgaria and offer good conditions for contact with the preserved wildlife.
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