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Kočevsko - Living with nature

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White-tailed eagle

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Western capercaillie

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Hazel grouse

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Three-toed woodpecker

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White-backed woodpecker

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The proteus

The proteus and the caves

The proteus is the only cave-dwelling vertebrate in Europe. Two sub-species of proteus reside in Slovenia: white proteus (Proteus anguinus anguinus Laurenti 1768)

White-tailed eagle

Measuring from 69 to 91 cm, the white-tailed eagle is one of the large birds of pray in Slovenia. Even more. It is a true glider with its wing span between 220 and 250 cm.

White-backed woodpecker

The male white-backed woodpecker has a red crown. Both, male and female are predominantly black, with white coloured breast and red coloured abdomen and undertail.

Three-toed woodpecker

The male three-toed woodpecker is the only bird of the order Piciformes with a yellow patch on the top of the head. The size of the bird is 16.5 cm. This bird species is not timid.

Hazel grouse

The hazel grouse is one of the small members of grouse family measuring about 35 cm and weighing between 400 and 450 grams.

Western capercaillie

The male (cock) of the western capercaillie is of a darker colour than the female (hen); it grows up to 90 cm and weighs about 5 kg.

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Summer in Kočevski rog

Summer in Kočevski rog

On June 02, as a part of the Summer events in Kočevski rog 2018, we presented the results of the LIFE Kočevsko project. The presentation took place on the ridge of Kočevski rog, where several forestry measures were implemented during...
Meeting on Rog

Meeting on Rog

On May 31, as a part of the traditional Meeting on Rog, organized by the Slovenian Forest Service, we presented the results of the LIFE Kočevsko project. Over 20 participants of the event climbed to the summit of the Veliki...

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