This September LIFE+ project "Birds in Adazi" has released the album "Nature sounds in Adazi military training area". It includes animal species and soundscapes characteristic to the heath and wetlands of Adazi military training area.


On a sunny September Friday youth guards, young environmentalists of Latvian Natural History Museum, journalists and representatives of State Centre for Defence Military Objects and Procurement and National Armed Forces gathered in Adazi military training area.


On September 30, 2016, youth guards, young naturalists of Latvian Museum of Natural History and representatives of military and nature conservation organizations will learn about the Western taiga and its nature values in the Environment Day of the Adazi military training area.


This September, development of the film "Green Soldier" was completed within the LIFE+ project "Birds in Adazi".


On April 26, the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development approved the nature management plan of the protected landscape area "Adazi" (PLA "Adazi") 2015-2025.


In May, the landscape of the protected landscape area "Adazi" and Adazi military training area brightens up with nature colours and sounds - you are welcome to look at the photos of the LIFE + project "Birds in Adazi" fieldwork coordinator Ieva Mardega.


From Monday, May 2, live translation from the web camera set up in the nest box of European Roller in the Adazi military training area has started in the website of the LIFE + project "Birds in Adazi".


This winter LIFE+ project "Birds in Adazi" in cooperation with the National Armed Forces increased the quantity of dry wood in the protected landscape area "Adazi" forest areas, where burning of the undergrowth will take place later this year.


In March soldiers of the Adazi garrison received LIFE+ project's publications that present the nature values ​​of the site and invite to take care of them.


Sod cutting was carried out in the heath of the protected landscape area "Adazi" and Adazi military training area in the autumn and winter 2015 - until the earth froze and snow appeared. This nature management method is innovative in Latvia and helps to create a diverse, natural heath mosaic.