It is time for the annual Green Balkans Volunteer Brigade at the Pomorie Lake.
Natural disasters do not pass anyone - people and wildlife. Once again, innocent wild animals fell victim to the summer fires in Sakar Mountain.
A few days ago, the team and volunteers of the Wildlife Rescue Center were guests of the children's camp 'Young Mountaineer', organized for the third time this year by our friends from the Morulei hut.
Two wild families of Egyptian vultures take care of two young captive-bred hatchlings - the 'Fostering Method'10.08.2020
As you know, the work at the Green Balkans Rescue Centre is very diverse. In addition to the activities at the Centre itself, we often perform various field activities.
For another year, the Green Balkans Rescue Centre opened its doors for interns within the 'Student Internships' project of the Ministry of Education and Science.
Sometimes troubles happen right behind us and no matter how hard we try to avoid them, they just have to happen. To learn something, to develop and to gain valuable experience and lessons.
For the second year in a row, we released ducklings in Lake Zagorka.
A young sculptor and artist from the Razlog region - Petar Chorev saved a black stork from an unfortunate end.
Work is work, but one must always find time to relax.
With us, the future veterinarians, trainees in the Green Balkans Rescue Centre have the opportunity to get acquainted with various aspects of the profession they have chosen to practice.
Announcement for the selection of a contractor for the creation of murals / graffiti within the ‘Natura 2000 in Bulgaria - New Horizons’ LIFE17 GIE/BG/371 project28.07.2020
The fieldwork on the release of the Saker falcons, within the 'Reintroduction of the Saker falcon in Bulgaria' project, continues in full force. After 12 young falcons, hatched at the Green Balkans Rescue Centre, were successfully released earlier this summer through adaptation aviaries, the project team continues its work on caring for the young birds in the field.
The activities carried out this year within the 'Student Internships - Phase 2' project of the Ministry of Education and Science in the Green Balkans Rescue Centre are already a fact! Dozens of future veterinarians from the Trakia University chose the Rescue Center. Some of them have already started coming and are actively involved in the work at the clinic and in the field.
A team of the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds (BSPB) and Green Balkans placed a young Egyptian vulture on the 10th of July in a hack at the supplementary feeding station in the Eastern Rhodopes, Bulgaria. The bird was hatched in May in the Wildlife Rescue Center in Stara Zagora and is part of the experimental restocking program of the LIFE project "Egyptian Vulture New LIFE" to strengthen the Balkan population of the species.
A few days ago, our friends from Atelier Vitroartis in Stara Zagora organized a charity bazaar.
In the last two weeks, nearly 20 young Little owls were placed in 2 different adaptation aviaries (hacks).