Within a Polish project, black storks are marked with colored rings, and one of the birds has a satellite transmitter. This bird is currently wintering in Bulgaria
In the last day before the school holidays we visited the ‘Graf N. Ignatiev’ elementary school in the village of Graf Ignatievo, Plovdiv municipality.
A few days ago, a team from Green Balkans' Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre led a prophylactic examination of the birds of prey in the Sofia Zoo, focusing particularly on the Egyptian Vultures.
Bulgaria received a precious gift – a black vulture that will become a part of the species reintroduction programme in our country, implemented by Green Balkans.20.12.2018
the Green Balkans ‘NATURA 2000 in Bulgaria - NEW HORIZONS’ project team visited the TTEC Europe office building in Plovdiv as well as the ‘Sveti Sveti Kiril and Metodiy" elementary school in Parvomay where we talked about the birds in towns and cities during the winter.
Presenting rare and protected species and the activities at the Green Balkans Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Center13.12.2018
Today the Green Balkans Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Center team along with the ‘NATURA 2000 in Bulgaria - NEW HORIZONS’ project team gave a presentation in front of the freshman students at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Trakia University, Stara Zagora.
This Monday our colleague from Plovdiv, Aneliya Pavlova, along with Dr. Hristina Klisurova from the Green Balkans Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Center in Stara Zagora visited the Darik Radio offices where they took part in the Darik for Nature rubric.
We have raised 865 Euro for the moment.
On 5 and 6 December 2018, Green Balkans experts have conducted monitoring of wintering birds in Durankulak Lake.
The 5th of December - The International Volunteer Day - a volunteer gathering at the Green Balkans Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Center07.12.2018
The International Volunteer Day is a good reason to organize a volunteer gathering at the Green Balkans Rescue Center in Stara Zagora.
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
Green Balkans’ Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center – school of wildlife veterinary medicine!07.12.2018
A team from Green Balkans' Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre, part of the ' Egyptian Vulture NEW LIFE 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