Continues the monitoring of breeding birds in the areas of Protected Landscape Vjosë-Nartë and National Park Butrint. The survey includes all the habitats of these areas, including: sea, coast, wetland, forest, hills, agriculture areas etc. The data collected so far, by PPNEA and BSPB experts, show the presence of 107 species of breeding and migrating birds in the Vjosë-Nartë area. Among the most interesting observations are: Whimbrel, Ruff, Montagu’s harrier, Hen harrier, Sparrowhawk, Wryneck, Sardinian warbler, Rüppell’s warbler etc. Monitoring is ongoing in the National Park Butrint, however, so far, very interesting results have been obtained, such as the presence of quite big groups (over 100 individuals) of sea birds, such as Scopoli’s shearwater, Yelkouan shearwater, Caspian tern etc. This shows the importance of this area as stopover place along migration, for these species.