Due to the lack of food, the National Park Pelister feeds the small game and large game.

The sector of protection and monitoring of natural resources in the Pelister National Park has certain legal days for game feeding in the winter period. Feeding is carried out for a simple reason, which is the lack of food in nature.
We feed with corn, wheat, minerals and salt for small and large game. Hundreds of kilograms of grain food are left in several positions in the locality to feed the small game and large game.

Monitoring and conservation of key values in Pelister National Park

With Utmost pleasure, we express our sincere gratitude to the PONT Foundation for their support over the past years and the financial investment granted to the Pelister National Park through the signing of the Grant Agreement for the Monitoring and Conservation of Key Values in the Pelister National Park for the next three years.
This grant marks a significant moment in our mission to protect nature and biodiversity. With this financial support, we will have the opportunity to enhance our monitoring and conservation activities for the key values and improve park management.
This support allows us to focus on the exceptional values of the park and safeguard them for future generations. This grant not only contributes financially but also instills in us confidence and inspiration to continue our work in nature conservation.

Pelister National Park feeds game during the winter

 In the Pelister National Park, feeding is carried out in the winter period (December and January). Due to the extraordinary weather conditions, we performed additional feeding. Feeding is carried out because there is a shortage of food in the winter period. The activity is carried out with corn, wheat for small and large mamals .Hundreds of kilograms of food grains were left at several positions in the PELISTER locality.