On 06 August the hatchery of Ghiglieri into the valley of Piantonetto opened its doors to allow residents and visitors to understand how the structure work and which are the objectives of the project LIFE + BIOAQUAE. Throughout the beautiful sunny day, many visitors of all ages arrive to the hatchery doors and, thanks to the presence of the park staff, researchers BIOAQUAE and a guide, were able to discover the secrets of the reproduction of the marble trout and actions taken for its protection. Here you can find an illustrated brochure that explains the hatchery operation and the entire conservation project. During the afternoon, the visitors were also able to witness the release of some young marble trout that were seeded in the clear and safe waters of Valsoera stream where they will spend the rest of their lives away from the dangers that threaten the conservation of the species.
On Saturday August 6 it has been organized an open day where all visitors and local people can go and visit the hatchery of Piantonetto, guided by researchers working on the project and BIOAQUAE guides.
The day begins at 10.00 and, up to 17.00, people can learn more about the actions in favour of the marble trout, including the breeding and release of young fishes.
On Sunday, August 7 is scheduled an excursion to Lake Djouan BIOAQUAE with a guide, who will explain the project and the main results in a' walk 'particularly pleasant!
See you soon with BIOAQUAE
Quest’anno abbiamo avuto la fortuna di giocare in casa, con un prestigioso congresso internazionale (quello della Società Internazionale di Limnologia, http://www.sil2016.it/) organizzato a Torino. I nostri ricercatori presenteranno due studi sulle attività di ricerca e conservazione degli ecosistemi acquatici del PNGP...
New brochures with the updated progress of the 3 actions of BIOAQUAE have been produced and are now available. You can find them during BIOAQUAE activity and in the Park offices, or you can download it here
Domani 14 luglio 2016 all'incubatoio ittico di Ghiglieri ci sarà la festa del fiume, rivolta a bambini e ragazzi, con attività pratiche e didattiche sulla conservazione di fiumi e corsi d'acqua. Guide preparate e personale scientifico del Parco Nazionale Gran Paradiso mostreranno e spiegheranno perchè è importante la conservazione di questi ecosistemi e cosa sta facendo il Parco in questa direzione con il progetto LIFE+BIOAQUAE.
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