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LIFE Network Danube Plus

The drone flight over the Altenw├Ârth power plant shows the construction progress of the fish migration aid, which can be seen in this picture on the left below the power plant. The newly created sandbanks are still clearly visible.

The LIFE Network Danube Plus project links the habitats along the VERBUND Danube power plants Altenw├Ârth and Greifenstein.

LIFE+ Traisen

The picture shows the first successes of the renaturation project on the Traisen: natural water, trees, shrubs and meadows under a bright blue sky.

Between 2009 and 2019, LIFE+ Traisen created a unique river landscape with a mosaic of existing and new habitats.

LIFE+ Netzwerk Donau

A bright blue sky is reflected in the water, which is part of the fish migration aid near Abwinden-Asten.

Three fish migration aids, four locations, five measures: between 2016 and 2020, project leader VERBUND and its partners implemented extensive improvements for water bodies and biodiversity along the Danube in Austria. 

LIFE Riverscape Lower Inn

In the coming years, the project partners in Bavaria and Upper Austria will implement numerous measures for the ecological development of the river landscape on the Lower Inn.

LIFE Blue Belt Danube Inn

The aerial photo shows the section of the Inn before the Ering-Frauenstein Inn power station. The fish migration aid can be seen on the left-hand side of the image next to a section of forest. In the centre of the image is the renaturalised section of the Inn, which shines in a dark blue. The renaturalised area is fully overgrown with trees and bushes. In the background of the picture you can see the further course of the Inn as well as the landscape with villages and fields in various colours.

VERBUND is connecting the last previously interrupted habitats along the Danube and Inn with this huge program.