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On 5 and 6 December 2018, Green Balkans experts have conducted monitoring of wintering birds in Durankulak Lake.
After keeping you in the dark for quite some time we are back with more information on the three tireless travelers - Riga, Boyan and Ostrava07.12.2018
A team from Green Balkans' Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre, part of the 'New Hope for the Egyptian Vulture' project (LIFE16 NAT/BG/000874), visited the Sofia Zoo last week.
A newly published article in the journal Science of the Total Environment has reviewed 62 scientific articles from across the globe that have studied lead contamination in vultures and condors.
New VCF study estimates over 2,300 vultures have died as a result of being poisoned in the Balkan Peninsula over the last 20 years30.11.2018
After some days of calmness, while Riga was in the Akarnanika/Messolonghi area in Greece and Boyan in the Erzurum area in Turkey, both feeding together with local vultures, today both birds headed south once again.
The team of Green Balkans’ Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center, participants in project “ Egyptian vulture New LIFE” (LIFE16 NAT/BG/000874), prepared for the winter08.11.2018
The wall mount cabinet and the battery of the video surveillance cameras were dismounted from the adaptation aviary in Eastern Rhodope Mountains during the last few days.
All the feathery, hairy and prickly patients of the Green Balkans’ Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center are important and deserve to receive the best care.