To celebrate the European Natura 2000 Day (21st May) and the International Day for Biological Diversity - 22 May, as well as the World Environment Day 5 June, we organized a biodiversity monitoring on the Maritza river - part of the Natura 2000 ecological network.
Green Balkans took part in the international celebrations of the Natura 2000 day, aimed to popularize European species and habitats of great conservation importance.
On the 22nd May (Wednesday) we will be celebrating the Natura 2000 Day in Montana.
A chick has hatched in the Egyptian vulture nest in the Green Balkans’ Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center for second year in a row!
Green Balkans - partner in the Natura 2000 Day celebration organized by the ‘Vrachanski Balkan’ Nature Park Directorate16.05.2019
On the 23rd May (Thusday) the ‘Vrachanski Balkan’ Nature Park Directorate is organizing a field trip to the griffon vulture aviary at the Dolno Ozirovo village, and Green Balkans is partner in the event.
A little before the end of the school year for the youngest students we visited our friends from the ‘Sveti Kliment Ohridski’ primary school in Durankulak.
Today, the 09 May 2019 at 16:30h, the ‘Bats exhibition’ in Valchedram, celebrating the Natura 2000 Day, will be opened.
Last weekend we visited the Suha River SPA BG0002048, near the village of Onogur, Dobrich Province, with the students from the ‘Stefan Karadzha’ primary school.
It’s spring again and our friends, the black vultures, are returning home.
With the arrival of spring, young Cinereous Vultures across the Balkan Peninsula are getting adventurous and migrating around the region, being spotted traveling across five different countries.
Dear friends, we are happy to inform you that the two cinereous vultures, Kutelka and Juan, that were saved with the help of our Romanian colleagues from Milvus Group and ACDB - Action for wildlife, are back in Bulgaria.
Yet another Egyptian Vulture pair have a second egg in the Green Balkans Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre!03.05.2019
Recently the good news coming from the breeding programme of the Rescue Centre are not stopping!
Currently about 50 griffon vultures have been observed within the park territory.
Following the holidays we are glad to share with you the joyful news that another Egyptian Vulture pair in the Green Balkans Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre have an egg!