- Published: Monday, 31 October 2016 17:41
Another opportunity emerging in Serbia is the chance to look for Brown Bear and other charismatic mammals including Wolf, Chamois, and Beech and Pine Martens. The primary place for these is Tara National Park, a middle-altitude forest in the Dinaric Alps which ranges in elevation between 1,000-1,500 m.
- Published: Thursday, 04 February 2016 21:58
In Tara National Park is currently underway placing of hiking signposts and marking of mountaineering trails. Project is implemented by Tara NP in cooperation with the mountaineering club Tara, and funding is provided the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications.
- Published: Friday, 24 April 2015 21:32
MEDS Tara 2015 is an event that will gather 300 young designers (and people with a specific interest in design) from around the world with a collective mission to create objects from natural materials, responding to Tara National Park.
- Published: Friday, 24 April 2015 21:21
The regional association 'Parks Dinarides – network of protected areas of Dinarides' has been officially established on the establishment assembly in Podgorica. The representatives of 36 protected areas from the Dinaric Arc region have elected the president and the governing council of the association that is going to provide them with easier experience exchange, development of mutual projects and promotion.
- Published: Friday, 24 April 2015 21:12
The fourth study tour organized by WWF within the Dinaric Arc Parks project started on September 3, 2014 by gathering in Tara National Park in Serbia. After familiarizing with Slovenian protected areas two years ago and visits to Macedonian, Kosovari and Montenegrin parks last year, this week participants of the journey will get to know Serbian parks, the territory of future Drina National Park in the Republic of Srpska and the protected areas of Sarajevo area – the Bosnia Well and Bijambara.
- Published: Wednesday, 22 April 2015 20:03
The Republic of Serbia is among mid-forested countries with 29.1% of forested territory. Forest fires represent more and more expressed global problem. Preventive activities, discovery and intervention are very important in the aim of prevention of fires. Tara National Park and Mokra Gora Nature Park, the areas with the most expanded forests and numerous endemic species, have been chosen as the pilot areas for implementation and financing of the modern IQ technology for early discovery of fires.
- Published: Wednesday, 03 December 2014 19:01
On Thursday, November 6, 2014, a brown bear cub was caught in Tara National Park. Specialists from the Faculty of Biology from Beograd guided by Mr Duško Ćirović together with Tara NP Rangers measured and microchipped this little bear. They named it Ljubinka and after it had woken up it was set free to nature.