About the Project

Тhe Bright Future for Black Vulture LIFE14 NAT/BG/649 Project unites the efforts of five main partners from four European countries – Green Balkans – Stara Zagora and the Fund for Wild Flora and Fauna (FWFF) from Bulgaria, the Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF) from the Netherlands, Junta de Extremadura from Spain and Euronatur from Germany.
It provides for the restoration of Black Vulture in Bulgaria through import and release of birds from Spain, improving the nesting conditions and food source, supporting local livestock breeders, limiting threats and developing national capacities.

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11 may

For the first time in Bulgaria! Transfer with birds from the extinct species – Black vulture, coming from Spain will support the return of the species in the country.

On May 11, the team of “Bright future for the Black vulture” project LIFE14 NAT/BG/649 will receive the first for the country transfer of

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04 may

Record number of vultures on the feeding site in Sinite kamani Nature Park

36 Griffon vultures were observed on May 2nd on the feeding site in Sinite kamani Nature Park managed by the team of “Bright future for the Bla

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28 apr

Guests from the European Commission and the Bulgarian Ministry of Environment and Water visited Green Balkans' Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre

During this week the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre welcomed high-ranking guests from the European Commission and the Bulgarian Ministry

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13 apr

Observation cameras will optimize the raring of Black vultures in the Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center of Green Balkans

Within the “Bright future for the Black vulture” project LIFE14 NAT/BG/649 in the Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center a smart vi

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11 apr

An unusual love story from the home of the Black vultures in the Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center – Green Balkans

It is the height of the breeding season in the Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center and the breeding pairs are happy with their newborn offspri

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Follow our vultures fitted with GPS/GSM transmitters live. The devices send us data on the exact location of the birds, helping us monitor their behavior and adaptation into the wild.

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