The exhibition named “Nature: 34 wonders of the world” was opened on 8 September, in the premises of the Foundation, at the Krusevac Palace, and in two months it attracted a total of je 2,505 visitors.
The photographs, of which some were taken by some of the best nature photographers in the world, show 34 biodiversity hotspots, the areas with numerous animal and plant species that exist nowhere else in the world and that are at risk today.
The greatest interest in this exhibition was expressed by the primary school students in Podgorica. Thus, 1,978 students, from 14 primary schools in Podgorica had the opportunity to learn about the global flora and fauna, with the help of the guide from the Center for the Protection and Research of Birds.
The exhibition, that came out of the cooperation between the “Terre Sauvage” Magazine, the Nature Picture Library, BirdLife France and the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, is aimed at raising public awareness about the threats for biodiversity, as well as the activities implemented throughout the world in order to protect it. Since its début in Paris in 2014, the exhibition was posted in 30 countries, and thousands of people have visited it.
This exhibition was organized in Montenegro in cooperation with the Petrovic Njegos Foundation, the French Institute in Montenegro and the Center for the Protection and Research of Birds of Montenegro.