The island of Cres, together with Krk and the neighbouring island of Prvic, is the last natural habitat of griffon vultures in Croatia. It is cared for by a centre located in Beli and managed by 'Priroda', a public institution based in Rijeka, which is responsible for preserving the natural environment and is also supported in this by European funds

Reportage: Nicole Corritore and Davide Sighele

Editing: Davide Sighele

The Beli Griffon Vulture Centre has been supported in recent years by the European Union through the Cohesion Fund and the Fund for Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency of the Republic of Croatia. The total value of the project, which ended in the summer of 2022, was 117,835 Euros, including a non-repayable co-financing of 100,160 Euros from the European Union.






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