PRESERVE THE NATURE
Albania is a nature-lover's paradise, with a network of 15 national parks encompassing the dramatic Alps of the North to the coastal habitats and wetlands further south. There are round 3,000 different species of plants in the country, while the forests are home to several species of mammals including wolves, polecats, and chamois deer among others. For bird-lovers, there are around 350 bird-species to be seen, including white flamingos, Dalmatian Pelicans, wetland eagles and egrets, while lakes and rivers teem with a rich variety of aquatic life.
We are passionate about preserving, conserving and valuing the natural world around us and, together with environmental NGOs and other national agencies, we strive to promote, inform about and protect the rich bio-diversity and natural habitats of our country.