Category: News

The appearance of our scientific results on the Ailanthus altissima in the Ecological Journal

Nowadays, the fight against invasive species has become not only widespread in nature protection, but has also been on the agenda in many economic sectors.
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Put out study trail boards in Peszér-forest

We undertook the construction of a 4-board study trail in the Peszér-forest within the framework of our E3 Action, “Non-institutional and Institutional Educational Activities”.
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Ant army marches on a dead wood – video

It is also clear from our recent video that the presence of dead wood in various forms and amounts is an important condition for the conservation of species rich communities in temperate deciduous forests.
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Araneus diadematus – video from Peszér-forest

The spider species Araneus diadematus is commonly called the European garden spider, diadem spider, orangie, cross spider and crowned orb weaver.
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The first phase of this year’s survey of the scarce fritillary has been completed – VIDEO

Adult butterflies (imagos) were surveyed in late May and early June in 2019. The survey was conducted by László Peregovits and members of the József Szalkay Association, as well as by the staff of the Kiskunság National Park Directorate.
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Kindergarteners from Kunpeszér watched the swarming of Euphydryas maturna

Over the past week (mid-May), a number of daytime butterfly species, including one of the area’s specialties, Euphydryas maturna, have been mass-swarmed in the Peszér-forest.
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What can we do for poorly spreading plant species?

Active habitat restoration activities are taking place within the framework of the OAKEYLIFE project. In our article we write about plant species living in the Peszér-forest and its immediate surroundings, which are only present in one or two smaller production areas, and which we have set as our goal to protect.
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The role and significance of dead wood

The presence of dead wood in various forms and in appropriate quantities is an important condition for the preservation of species-rich habitats in temperate deciduous forests. Besides organizations that consume dead wood (also) (see our short news on Cucujus cinnaberinus), there are also species that use dead trees as hiding places. These include the smooth […]
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Monitoring cucujus cinnaberinus in Peszér-forest

Cucujus cinnaberinus is one of the protected species of forests. Its appearance is linked to dead wood and plays an important role in the nutrient cycle of wood degradation.
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Our forest visitor centre will be completed soon

One of our goals is to raise public awareness (the public’s understanding) about the importance of these ecosystem functions provided by this habitat complex, and restorative, sustaining human activities in Peszér-forest.
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