TIRANA, Feb 12 / ATA / – The administration of conservation areas in Lezha is bracing for the upcoming tourist season spanning spring and summer.
On Monday the employees of administration are working on the ground cleaning the strech from Ura Rosave to the ditch of pumping station collector.
Director of Lezha conservation area administration , Pjetër Toni, has put the staff on standby to ensure management measures are put in place so the number of visitors will not drop at this period, although in spring and summer it goes to 300 visitors per week.
During this period the coastal lagoon offers bird-watching tourism, which is growing. It is increasingly being included in models of sustainable development in areas of high biodiversity importance, because it can provide direct economic contributions to, and raise awareness about, important bird areas.
This lagoon is rich in sea birds and other rare species like mallard, coot, sea-mew, cormorant, etc which fall “prey” to the cameras of multiple visitors in autumn and winter.
According to director of AdZM Pjetër Toni, all measures are in place for the upcoming tourist season with bird-watching a priority.
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