At the end of September, we parted with the last white storks raised at the Green Balkans Rescue Centre this summer!
The International Bat Night was also celebrated by 2nd grade students from “Elin Pelin” Primary School...
Logo and Slogan Contest is opened, necessary for the project “New Life for Lesser Kestrel” LIFE 19/NAT/BG/00101723.10.2020
This year, we from Green Balkans start a new project that will continue our activities upon the reintroduction of the Lesser Kestrel in Bulgaria! And quite logically, the project needs a logo and a slogan!
During the passed days it was announced the beginning of a new project of Green Balkans “Life for Lesser Kestrel” LIFE19 NAT/BG/001017. The project presented at the course of the celebration, dedicated to the 25 years anniversary since the establishment of the Wildlife Rescue Centre in Stara Zagora, and it is funded by Programm LIFE of the European Commission.
Green Balkans have started a new project funded by the European Commission within the programm frame LIFE – a specilized instrument for the environment and climate!21.10.2020
An international initiative is directed to the conservation and the improvement of the nature conservation to one of the rarest birds in Bulgaria - Lesser Kestrel.
We are celebrating a quarter of a century since the establishment of the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Centre19.10.2020
The past weekend will remain in the history of the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre forever.
This time, what will bring us back to them is not the rescue of any of our wild patients, our participation in conservation action, or a volunteer initiative… or maybe it was all this together because this time it was a holiday.
The end of each field season of the 'Reintroduction of the Saker falcon in Bulgaria' project does not occur when the last hatchling flies away from the adaptation aviary. It does not occur when the last hatchling leaves the area of his temporary home - the hack from which he took off.
Everyone who would like to support the efforts of a set of organizations to save the bees and the farmers, can do it as per the guide lines below:
On October 4, a study visit of Turkish experts to Pomorie Lake took place. The visit was part of the Eagles Beyond Borders project № CB005.2.12.108, funded by the Interreg-IPA CBC Bulgaria - Turkey program and implemented by Reconstruction and Development Union - Haskovo and Association of Back to Nature – Turkey. The aim of study visit was to acquaint representatives of the Turkish institutions and NGOs with the protected areas in NATURA 2000 and the Bulgarian experience in protecting the Imperial Eagle and biodiversity in general.
The ornithological monitoring of Pomorie Lake this year is carried out within the project LIFE 19/NAT/BG/000804 "Protection of the coastal lagoon Pomorie Lake". The first autumn visit of the lagoon was held in late September.
Green Balkans took part in a round table –“The Maritza river connects us”, organized by Historical Museum Svilengrad06.10.2020
The event was part of the activities dedicated on Svilengrad Day on 5th October.