At the end of June we gathered again with the students from “Rayna Knyagina” Primary School and their biology teacher – Mrs. Monika Teneva in order to observe the biodiversity of Maritsa River, part of Natura 2000.
The final meeting of the CeNoBS project was held on June 9th and 10th in the conference hall of the Roslin Central Park Hotel in Sofia, bringing together experts who had worked for two years to conduct unprecedented research on the Black Sea. The meeting was attended by representatives of the MoEW, BSBD, EEA, the ACCOBAMS Secretariat, the Ministry of Environment, Water and Forests - Romania, the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources - Ukraine, scientific institutions from the country and abroad, NGOs and others.
With great pleasure the team of Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue and Breeding Center responded to the invitation of the “Slunchev luch” Private Elementary Eco School in Plovdiv and visited yesterday the sunny kids from the eco school who turned to be big vultures’ fans and who chose the topic of our lecture.
During the week we met the 2nd grade students and their teachers Mrs Tanchovska and Mrs Elenska from “Elin Pelin” Primary School. Despite the fact that our main topic of speaking was the vultures, at the meeting we celebrated the World Environment Day as well.
More than 100 artificial nests, placed within the 'Life for Lesser Kestrel' LIFE19 NAT/BG/001017 project in the area of the Sakar village Levka, were checked by the project team and students from the Trakia University, volunteers at the Green Balkans.
The Green Balkans team will celebrate one of the most important nature conservation dates in the country with a tour. It will be in partnership with organisations and museums in various parts of the country.