As part of the activities to support the species in our country, the 'Life for the Lesser Kestrel' LIFE19 NAT/BG/001017 project's team applied a new for Bulgaria method for releasing kestrels.
This week four more captive-bred young Egyptian Vultures started their long journey to freedom. They were ringed, measured, sampled and transported from the WRBC of Green Balkans to the adaptation aviary managed by BSPB in the Eastern Rhodopes.
For days a Green Balkans' team, under the expert guidance of the field assistant, part of our team on the 'Egyptian Vulture New LIFE' project and in cooperation with our partners from BSPB modify, clean, paint, deworm and disinfect the aviary for delayed-release in the village of Potochnitsa.
The Green Balkans' team and some of the volunteers, students of veterinary medicine from the Trakia University, brought yesterday over 450 kilograms of food for the wild Egyptian vultures inhabiting the area of the Provadia village Partizani!