Our team has the difficult task to help a young Griffon vulture, which has lost a wing after an accident with a train. Read more..
After the unsuccessful first attempt at the end of June for placement of a two-weekly Egyptian vulture donated by the Prague Zoo in a wild nest in the Eastern Rhodopes, the BSPB and Green Balkans team did not give up on this experimental action, which is important for the recovery of the Balkan population within the LIFE project “Egyptian Vulture New LIFE” (LIFE16 NAT/BG / 000874). Read more..
20 young Common Kestrels, hatched in the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre, are on their way to freedom!06.08.2018
This year we are the best! 20 Common Kestrels were hatched in Green Balkans' Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre. Read more..
Rare falcons are raised at the Green Balkans’ Rescue Center in Stara Zagora. On 31.07. a group of 6 young Lesser kestrels was placed in the adaptation aviary at the Lesser Kestrel Release and Adaptation Module. Read more..
A few days ago, during a field monitoring in Eastern Stara Planina, a team from Green Balkans and the Fund for Wild Flora and Fauna spotted in flight the young Egyptian Vulture Pantaley! Read more..
The young birds arrived yesterday, as Ostrava was personally provided by the team of Ostrava zoo from the Czech Republic, where it was hatched and raised until now. The vulture Boyan arrived yesterday evening at Sofia airport with flight of Lufthansa from Riga – Latvia. The two birds are donation by the zoos, who also on their behalf covered the expenditures for the transportation of the birds to Bulgaria. Read more..
The vultures Boyan, Riga and Ostrava are the first Black vultures to be released into the wild in Bulgaria. Read more..
A long-term conservation effort to restore the breeding population of the endangered Saker Falcon has reached an important milestone. Read more..
A few days ago, the Green Balkans Rescue Center team opened the adaptation aviary (hack) in the area of the Center, from which 31 young Lesser kestrels flew away.
The Saker Falcon – a globally endangered species, has returned as a breeder in Bulgaria. This is a tremendous success for the nature conservation community in the country, resulting from long-term joint efforts. Read more..
WATCH ON LINE THE WRBC EGYPTIAN VULTURE FAMILY LIFE !!! Read more..
First attempt to apply the fostering method in wild Egyptian Vultures to strengthen the population of the species in Bulgaria29.06.2018
"Fostering" has been proved as one of the successful methods for restocking of birds of prey, including vultures. Read more..
In the middle of June, the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre was visited by our friends from Greece - Anna Kazaku and Maria Ganoti Read more..
The meanders of Arda in the Eastern Rhodopes, which have built high rocks on their way, from this year will be a home to young Egyptian vultures as part of the “Egyptian vulture New LIFE” LIFE16 NAT/BG/000874 project activities. Read more..
A Saker Falcon, released in 2016, is visiting one of the adaptation aviaries, part of the ‘Saker Falcon Reintroduction in Bulgaria’ project21.06.2018
For a few days now, the bird is visiting the adaptation aviary (hack) in the outskirts of Stara Zagora, made as part of the ‘Saker Falcon Reintroduction in Bulgaria’ project. Read more..