"This publication is an attempt to contribute to increasing the authority, capacity and influence of the third sector in Bulgaria, as well as its contribution to sustainable social development. By presenting 12 inspiring examples of small civil society organizations and initiatives that have achieved impressive success in the field , in which they work, we hope to achieve results in several directions. " – Lyubomir Vassilev, editor of the publication.
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 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.
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.