BINCO set up an information booth at the open weekend of 'the old sand quarry' project in Korbeek-lo (Belgium). The project aim is to transform the old sand quarry into a small nature reserve with high biodiversity. The project was founded by Guido…
The camera traps that were placed in Meerdaalwoud last spring (February-May 2014) shot quite some interesting images. A compilation of those images has been put together in this short video. English subtitles are available. A full report can be read…
In 2007 BINCO performed a biodiversity inventory study in ‘het Schoonbroek’ in Haacht, Belgium. The report of this study is available online. [dutch only]
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