The barn swallow – harbingers of spring – reportage National Geographic Slovenia

The most recognized harbinger of spring is The barn swallow (Hirundo rustica). Many people are still convinced that every year in the same nest returns the same pair, which is far from the truth. During migration many birds die from starvation, exhaustion, in storms and only 20% of them return. These facts attracted my attention, […]


Lesser horseshoe bat – reportage in National Geographic Slovenia magazine

The lesser horseshoe bat is one of the world’s smallest bats. They often kept in close proximity to human dwellings (attic, bell towers, basements) and can often be seen as hanging from the ceiling. They get its name from its distinctive horseshoe-shaped nose. They use the nose leaf in echolocation. Lesser horseshoe bats are able […]


NATIONAL PARKS: TAKING CARE OF NATURE – AN OPEN-AIR EXHIBITION

An exhibition National parks: Taking care of nature, opened at April 5 2016 at Tivoli Park’s Jakopič promenade in Ljubljana, featuring 120 images – half of US National parks and half of the Triglav National Park in Slovenia captured by Slovenian photographers. Exhibition was inspired by the 100th anniversary of the US National Park Service […]