The purpose of this article is to make a legal analysis of current nature and biodiversity legislation as well as the necessities of updating it within the context of EU affiliation process by taking into consideration the Draft Nature and Biodiversity Legislation, the Bird Directive and the Habitat Directive. In the first chapter, a general overview of current legislation is given. In the second chapter, the reason for updating current nature and biodiversity legislation is introduced. In the third chapter, essential principles of the new law is analyzed and compared with EU Bird Directive and Habitat Directive. Then, several issues relevant to the aforementioned amendments are discussed. This study concludes that the draft legislation addresses all nature and biodiversity issues within the context of EU Affiliation process, and a planned economic development and nature and biodiversity protection is obvious.