AOS IN A NUTSHELL

31

Years in Conservation

300000

People Reached

30

Sites of Bird Monitoring

About
Albanian Ornithological Society

To identify and provide practical, theoretical, institutional and legal alternatives for long-term solutions in the protection and enhancement of bird community and their critical habitats, biodiversity, nature and environment in Albania and to work closely with all the stakeholders for the sustainable use of natural resources.

Our Objectives

In order to achieve this mission, AOS has the following objectives:

To prevent the extinction of bird species and to improve their conservation status in Albania,

To preserve and enhance bird habitats, bird ecosystems and Important Bird Areas in the country,

To support the interested parties and contributing to the improvement of the quality of life through sustainable use of natural resources.

X-m

Square km of land have been lost since 2000

X-m

Wildlife species threatened with extinction

x-bn

Tonnes of food wasted each year

Our Strategy

AOS mission and goals are in line with

BirdLife International

mission, vision and strategy to:

SAVE SPECIES

Save species by conserving and restoring species populations across their natural ranges, and maintaining genetic diversity, ensuring they can continue to play their role in the web of life and for the enjoyment and benefit of future generations

CONSERVE SITES AND HABITATS

Conserve sites and habitats by ensuring effective conservation, through action and advocacy, of the most important sites and habitats for nature across the world

ENCOURAGE ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITY

Encourage ecological sustainability by promoting sustainable management of our planet and its natural resources so as to secure a future for birds, biodiversity, and ourselves

EMPOWER PEOPLE

Empower people for positive change by restoring or strengthening the connections between people and nature, building and consolidating a movement of local and national civil-society conservation organizations that can provide broad-based support for nature conservation.

How Can We Help?

We are a non-governmental, non-profit organization with the highest standards in field of birds protection in Albania

Donations

You Can Help Lots By
Donating Little!

LATEST NEWS

Find Out Simple Actions You Can Take Today

Listen to their voice!

Kemi kënaqësinë e jashtëzakonshme të ndajmë më ju “zërin” e Klubit të Konservuesve të Rinj (CYC) të Gjirokastrës dhe Tepelenës, në mbrojtje të Kalit të qyqes, shkabës së vetme folezuese …

TIME TO GET STARTED

By supporting us, you’re part of a national community of people who care about birds and conservation, and you’ll be helping to make a real difference.

Each donation we receive is wisely invested by AOS
and our Partners to help create a better world for birds, people and nature.

All News

Check all of our latest news!

Phoenice’s Last Flight

On August 5th, Phoenice, the White stork fitted with …

Read More

Migratory Raptor Bird Camp in Serbia

The second camp organized in the framework of the …

Read More

Waterbird Satellite Tracking Camp in Albania

Meet Phoenice, the White Stork (Ciconia ciconia) chick that …

Read More
BIRDS OF ALBANIA

Save Species, Prevent Extinctions and Improve the Conservation Status of

Bird Species in Albania

Publications

AOS Publications

Albanian Ornithological Society

Wintering Waterbirds in Albania - International Waterbird Census, January 14-25, 2016

CHECK PUBLICATIONS

Natura 2000 Protected Areas Albania

Wintering Waterbirds in Albania - International Waterbird Census, January 14-25, 2016

CHECK PUBLICATIONS

AOS Newsletter

The content of the AOS NEWSLETTER consist of the latest news on birds and conservation work of AOS projects, in addition, the electronic newsletter will disseminate event announcements and opportunities to get involved in various AOS activities.

AOS NEWSLETTER can be helpful and beneficial for everyone who is concerned in conservation work, students, youngsters, supporters, environmentalists and everyone else who wants to stay refreshed with the latest developments of conservation work in Albania.

AOS NEWSLETTER

    Subscribe to AOS e-NEWSLETTER