The publication is developed in cooperation with the Bulgarian Academy of Science and the Bulgarian Herpetological Society with the financial support of the Enterprise for Management of Environment Protection Activities at the Ministry of Environment and Waters. The authors of the publication are: V. Biserkov (editor), P. Stoev, N. Tsankov, B. Naumov, D. Dobrev, A. Stoyanov, B. Petrov.
The publication is part of the activities of the CITES Working Group within the international network CEEweb for Biodiversity.
The bird ringing manual is designed to facilitate the field work related to ringing of birds. The publication is intended for beginners – students, nature-lovers, ornithologists, and all enthusiasts interested in bird ringing and ornithology.
DISTRIBUTION AND NUMBERS OF THE WHITE STORK (CICONIA CICONIA L.) IN SELECTED BULGARIAN MUNICIPALITIES – RESULTS OF THE 6TH INTERNATIONAL CENSUS OF THE SPECIES IN BULGARIA 2004-2005
The publication is developed within the “Sixth International Census of the White Stork in Bulgaria” project, funded by the Enterprise for Management of Environment Protection Activities at the Ministry of Environment and Waters.
The book contains the results of the work done by 38 field teams of Green Balkans and 49 mayors and deputy-mayors, who recorded the numbers of the White Stork in a total of 1772 settlements (in the territory of 74 municipalities of 17 districts) in the period 2004-2005. For the sake of clarity, the results have been grouped by districts and municipalities, as the numbers recorded have also been indicated on UTM maps of Bulgaria.
The publication is part of the activities under the “Conservation of species and habitats; approximation to the EU” project, implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Environment and Waters and the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests with the financial support of the Danish Environmental Ministry.
The publication is part of the activities set out in the Balkan Vulture Action Plan.
This manual provides practical advice related to detection of illegal use of poisons, first aid to poisoned wild birds, and measures to prevent accidental poisoning of wild animals.
The publication is developed by Green Balkans and intended for officials of the Ministry of Environment and Waters, the Regional Inspectorates of Environment and Waters, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, the Regional Forest Boards, and the State Forestry Departments, as well as for veterinarians and volunteers of the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Center.
The manual is designed for the young volunteers of Green Balkans. The publication aims at providing information on volunteering and possibilities for participation in the Organization’s various activities.
The publication is a result of the joint work of Green Balkans, WWF, and the Ministry of Environment and Waters. Texts, illustrations, and design are developed by WWF Danube-Carpathian Program. The manual is published with the financial support of WWF-Germany and the Enterprise for Management of Environment Protection Activities within Green Balkans’ project “Establishing the NATURA 2000 Network of Protected Zones in Bulgaria”.
The publication is developed as part of the activities under “Conservation of species and habitats; approximation to the EU” project, implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Environment and Waters and the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests with the financial support of the Danish Environmental Ministry.
The book is a result of the expert work of the “Ornithofauna” team under the NATURA 2000 project. The authors of this publication are experts in ornithology and/or nature conservation, actively involved in the field studies for designation of NATURA 2000 sites.
ACTION PLAN FOR CONSERVATIO AND RESTORATION OF THE FLOODPLAIN FORESTS ON THE BULGARIAN DANUBE ISLANDS – 2003-2007
The Action Plan was published by WWF in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, the Ministry of Environment and Waters, and Green Balkans Federation of Nature Conservation NGOs.
This is the first translation and publishing of the Manual in Bulgaria, aiming at supporting the enforcement of the new Biodiversity Act, the establishment of NATURA 2000 in Bulgaria and the National Ecological Network.
The Interpretation Manual of European Union Habitats, EUR 15/2, is a scientific reference book, describing the EU habitat types, included in Annex І of Directive 92/43 of the EEC for preservation of the natural habitats and wild flora and fauna.
The Collection was compiled by Green Balkans. It comprises the texts of 19 of the most important international normative documents (conventions, directives, agreements and regulations), related to biodiversity conservation and management.
The collection was compiled by Green Balkans and issued with the financial support of PHARE ACCESS program, within a project for supporting the reforms in the nature conservation legislation in Bulgaria.
The Strategy was published by WWF in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, the Ministry of Environment and Waters, and Green Balkans Federation of Nature Conservation NGOs.
This publication includes a strategic framework for the conservation and restoration of the floodplain forests on the Danube islands.
This book is Bulgaria’s first Action Plan for the conservation of the Pygmy Cormorant – analysis of the distribution in Bulgaria, state of the population, limiting factors and threats. In addition, this Action Plan includes an analysis of the steps and the conservation measures needed for the protection of the species in the country
CONCEPTS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND NATURE CONSERVATION ALONG THE UPPER REACHES OF ARDA AND VACHA RIVERS, 1999
The publication is part of the activities under “Support for the sustainable development in Central and Eastern Europe” project, implemented with the financial support of the EU PHARE-Partnership Program. The book contains information on a selected model region – the upper reaches of Vacha and Arda rivers in the Western Rhodope Mountains.
The Collection comprises the texts of the most significant normative documents in Bulgaria, published from 1990 to 1998, dealing with the problems of the forest sector and biological diversity conservation.
The collection was compiled by Green Balkans in 1996, for the purpose of encouraging the signing and ratification of important international documents related to biodiversity conservation, as well as supporting the process of reform in the nature-conservation legislation in Bulgaria.
The publication was prepared by the Center for Our Common Future – Switzerland, and presents an adapted version of the most important documents adopted at the Summit meeting on the Earth’s problems in Rio de Janeiro in 1992.