Foreign experts in rearing and breeding Black vultures visited the Green Balkans’ Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center.
Three Egyptian vultures from the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre were given to the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria09.08.2019
A few days ago three Egyptian vultures were sent away to the EAZA organisation.
On August 2, a team of BSPB and Green Balkans placed three young Egyptian vultures hatched in the network of the European Association of Zoos and Aquariums (EAZA) and the Wildlife Rehabilitation And Breeding Centre - Green Balkans in a specially adapted artificial nest, and one fledgling was placed in a wild nest near Madzharovo. Bulgarian experts also relied on colleagues from zoos in Prague and Zlin, who again helped restore the population of this emblematic endangered species in Bulgaria.
Black Vulture Release in Bulgaria – two black vultures have a new home in the Kotlenski Balkan hack07.08.2019
We gathered along with our partners at the 06 August at the Kotlenska planina SPA to celebrate the release of two young male cinereous vultures in our country.
Two male Bearded vultures arrived to the Green Balkans’ Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center a few days ago05.08.2019
The team of the " Egyptian vulture NEW LIFE" project (LIFE16 NAT/BG/000874) from the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - Green Balkans has prepared a short report of its activities so far!30.07.2019
Since the summer of 2017, the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - Green Balkans is part of the large scale international project - " Egyptian vulture NEW LIFE" (LIFE16 NAT/BG/000874), encompassing various activities aimed at the conservation of Egyptian vultures in Bulgaria and along the full migration route of the bird.
Curious children from Educational center “Kukuryak” visited the Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center24.07.2019
The kids from Educational center “Kukuryak”, Stara Zagora are enthusiasts about nature and animals. They took part in a discussion in the visitors’ corner of the Center, teaching them how to save and protect them.
On 18 and 19 July Green Balkans’ team visited Coastal Dobrogea for a monitoring of state of agricultural fields owned by the organization.
At the end of last week, guests of the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre were our friends from the zoo in Jerez, Spain!
The largest aerial survey of Black Sea cetacean in history ended successfully! Here are the preliminary results.18.07.2019