Klub Przyrodników is a non-governmental organization operating in Poland in the field of nature protection for almost 40 years. It employs from 15 to 25 employees with specialized education in botany, zoology, forestry, and geology. It also has two Field Stations operating as education centers implementing our statutory activities.
From a young age, I have had a deep interest in biology and knew that in the future, I would love to work in this field and help to save the environment.
Studying in three different countries (Faculty of Biological Sciences at the University of Wrocław, Department of Wildlife Management at the University of Namibia, Faculty of Biological Sciences at Goethe University Frankfurt) gave me the chance to work in multicultural environments, gaining knowledge and experience from various perspectives. I also participated in the Frankfurt Spring School on Conservation Project Management. This exquisite occasion allowed me to collaborate with people from diverse international biological backgrounds, engaging in the management of large-scale projects. In my personal life, I am a member of a herpetological association, and I love spending time in the midst of nature, observing every creature I encounter.
I have experience in coordinating and managing environmental projects, along with practical knowledge of environmental and species protection. Within the LIFE Apollo2020 project, I am a member of:
- the National Coordinators Team,
- the Communication Team,
- and the Citizen Science Core Group.
I am very happy to be a part of this amazing project that is changing the world we live in.
#followapollo and the efforts of our team! Combined skills in breeding, conservation of habitats, research, environmental education, and project management constitute a great combination for the success of our LIFE project.
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