Bird Areas in Slovenia - this site contains information on:
in Notranjska - by Andre Hospers -- This bird report shows a
of all localities in Slovenia visited, followed by a systematic list of
birds (with many pictures) and the places they were seen. Eight locations
were visited in the beginning of July 1997 by a group trained birders,
members of the Dutch youth organisation for nature and environmental studies
parks in Slovenia - The first nature park in Slovenia was the
National Park , established in 1924; the present area was protected in
1981 (84.000 ha). Škocjanske jame Regional Park was established in 1996
and it coveres an area of 400 ha. The Caves of Škocjan are listed in the
UNESCO's World Heritage.
Mountains and Marshes of North-east Italy and Slovenia - a trip
by Paul Tout. 26th May - 5th June 1996.
report NE-Italy and Slovenia - April 2nd to 5th 1999 - by Joerg
and Stefan Tewinkel. Start in Munich 5:30, via Salzburg, Villach to Italy.
Report: Slovenia, 4th-11th June 2003, by Simon Mahood. Lying
the junction between Eastern and Western Europe, abutting the Alps and
over 50% forested, Slovenia has been strangely ignored by travelling birders.
Myself (Simon Mahood) and Dan Brown took a week long trip to the country
on a tight budget. We connected with some of Europe's toughest breeding
species and experienced a wealth of nature and some of the best scenery
I have seen in Europe.
Trip Report - you can find a Slovenia trip report on John Girdley's
website by following the Europe/Slovenia link from the main page.