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Recovery of the Populations of Large European Vultures In Bulgaria
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Lesser Kestrel Recovery
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The official ceremony for the winners in the ‘Wild Chestnut’ journalism competition
[ 08.08.2022 ]
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. The official event was held on the 6th and all nominees received a certificate of participation and the winners in each category received the special ‘Wild Chestnut’ plaque. Various journalists as well as experts in the field of nature conservation and representatives of various institutions took part in the official event.

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For the Future of the Cinereous Vulture in Bulgaria!
[ 31.07.2022 ]

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

The Cinereous Vultures – the black lords of the Bulgarian sky, the largest birds of prey in the nature and extinct species. They need you in order to be reintroduced and settled permanently in our country!

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Green Balkans visited the Rodina Library Children Department in Stara Zagora
[ 06.07.2022 ]
On the 5th July we visited our friends at the Rodina Library Children Department in Stara Zagora where we met children from 1st to 4th grades to talk about interesting rare species in Bulgaria. The event was part of the Magical Library – Summer 2022 initiative at the library carrying on from 13th June till 31st August, Mon-Fri from 10-12:30 AM.

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Successful marking of the second chick of Cinereous vulture in Bulgaria from the new history of the species in the country
[ 29.06.2022 ]
Meet Ponora – the Cinereous Vulture chick, bred by the first successfully nesting pair of the species in the Western Balkan Mountains in more than 60-70 years.

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