Annual reports

ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CENTRE


The average number per year of wild animals received for treatment at the Center is more than 1000. 30 – 40 % of them are ultimately successfully returned to their natural habitat. There are, among them, highly protected species, such as different kinds of eagles, vultures, falcons, pelicans, and others.
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - ANNUAL REPORT 2016 7 Mb (pdf) download
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - ANNUAL REPORT 2015 8 Mb (pdf) download
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - ANNUAL REPORT 2014 7 Mb (pdf) download
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - ANNUAL REPORT 2013 7 Mb (pdf) download
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - ANNUAL REPORT 2012 6 Mb (pdf) download
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - ANNUAL REPORT 2011 8 Mb (pdf) download
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - ANNUAL REPORT 2010 17 Mb (pdf) download
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - ANNUAL REPORT 2009 13 Mb (pdf) download
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - ANNUAL REPORT 2007 4 Mb (pdf) download
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - ANNUAL REPORT 2006 4 Mb (pdf) download
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - ANNUAL REPORT 2005 3 Mb (pdf) download