Students and Pupils Learned Some Details of the Life of One of the Forerunners of Spring – the Lesser Kestrels28.02.2017
Bright future for Black vulture’s team has met managers from the local electricity providing company CEZ to present and discuss dangerous powerlines and how to stop killing of birds. Emilian Stoynov, who is the Director of Fund for Wild Flora and Fauna and is a part of project’s team, has presented the various accidents with birds-victims from electrocution
The team of LIFE14 NAT/BG/649 project participated in the International tourism exhibition HOLIDAYAND SPA EXPO 2017. It was realized thanks to the kind invitation of the colleagues from “Vrachanski Balkan” National park Directorate and Vratsa municipality.
On 09.02.2017 a citizen called for a dead vulture, found under an electricity pylon close to the town of Sliven.
Unknown are the ways of… vultures… Often our birds travel to other countries and experience various adventures, fortunately some of them come across good people… This is the case of K0R, we had a signal for from the village of Beli Izvor, Vratsa
With the increase of the temperatures, the team of BPPS carried out the regular monitoring of the Griffon Vultures in the area of Vrachanski Balkan. Minimum of six pairs were confirmed, but we believe that there will be more!
On the 2 February Green Balkans NGO in partnership with Black Sea Basin Directorate-Varna have held a press-conference for presenting the results of the project BLACK SEA WATCH "Black Sea Marine Research with Public participation"
The Green Balkans’ and “Lesser Kestrel Recovery” Project Team Presented an Educational Lecture in front of Pupils from “Dr. Petar Beron” High School, and “Ivan Vazov” Elementary School in Svilengrad.03.02.2017
The vulture K5M was admitted at the Wildlife Rescue Centre on January 3d with decreased weight due to severe winter. After a short period of intensive rehabilitation, it successfully recovered and is now ready to be released back into the wild.
After a long wait, the two Black Vultures kept at the Wildlife Rescue Centre has finally formed a pair!
Just six days after the laying of the first egg, a second egg appeared in the vulture aviary at the Wildlife Rescue Centre of Green Balkans.
The Bearded Vultures of the Wildlife Rescue Centre of Green Balkans have laid their first egg for the year!15.01.2017
The team of the Rescue Centre is sending off last year with some exciting news – the Bearded Vultures, which have lived in the Centre for the past 10 years, have laid an egg!