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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08 aug

The official ceremony for the winners in the ‘Wild Chestnut’ journalism competition

The official ceremony for the winners of the ‘Wild Chestnut’ competition for green journalism was held on 5th-7th August at the Leva Hotel in Vratsa.

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31 jul

For the Future of the Cinereous Vulture in Bulgaria!

We have launched a fundraising campaign to continue the work of the return of Cinereous Vultures in Bulgaria at platformata.bg. The Cinereous Vu

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29 jun

Successful marking of the second chick of Cinereous vulture in Bulgaria from the new history of the species in the country

Meet Ponora – the Cinereous Vulture chick, bred by the first successfully nesting pair of the species in the Western Balkan Mountains in more t

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24 jun

A female Griffon vulture is looking for a godparent and adoptive parent

A female griffon vulture from the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Center is looking for a godparent and an adoptive parent!  

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09 jun

Students from the National Professional High School of Forest management "Hristo Botev" – Velingrad were ranked in first place in the national quiz "Natura 2000 and Birds of Prey".

In this year's national quiz "Natura 2000 and Birds of Prey" the students from the National Professional High School of Forest manageme

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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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