Species & Habitats monitoring


HOMEOTECH successfully completed 11 monitoring programmes for species (flora, invertebrates, mammals, fish, reptiles and amphibians) and habitat types in 9 Greek Management Bodies in the period 2012 – 2015.

Also, the company successfully carried out the coordination and technical management of the Study «Monitoring and Evaluation of the conservation status of Community Interest bird species in Greece» in the period 4/2014 – 12/2015, for 162 Special Protected Areas (SPAs) for birds.

Specifically, the company was the sole contractor (100%) of the following contracts:

  1. Monitoring and Evaluation of the conservation status of Community Interest flora species in the Management Body’s area of the Koronia and Volvi lakes
  2. Evaluation of the conservation status of habitat types of the Ainos National Park
  3. Evaluation of the conservation status of specific bird species within SPAs of the Management Body of the Ainos National Park, implementing EU Directive 79/409
  4. Monitoring and Evaluation of the Conservation status of Community Interest habitats in the Management Body’s area of the Axios – Aliakmonas – Loudias National Park
  5. Monitoring and Evaluation of the conservation status of Community Interest invertebrates in the Management Body’s area of the National Park of Rodopi Mountain Range

It was also the contractor (as a partnership member) of the following contracts:

  1. Monitoring and Evaluation of the conservation status of Community Interest bird species in the Management Body’s area of the Messologhi Lagoon (90%).
  2. Invertebrates Monitoring Project in the area of the National Park of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace (46%).
  3. Monitoring and Evaluation of the conservation status of Community Interest invertebrate species in the Management Body’s area of the Olympus National Park (46%).
  4. Monitoring and Evaluation of the conservation status of Community Interest mammal species in the Management Body’s area of the Olympus National Park (46%).
  5. Monitoring of Bird species in the Management Body’s area of Pamvotis Lake (46%).
  6. Inventory and Monitoring of the habitat types and species of Flora and Fauna of Directives 92/43 and 79/409 in the Dadia-Lefkimi-Soufli National Park (46%).