These days the last Saker falcons hatched at the Rescue Center for this year were redirected for release to the adaptive aviaries in nature. Read more..
More than 90 students and their teachers from four fourth grades of "Vasil Levski" Secondary School Karlovo were guests of the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Center. Read more..
In the period of taking care of their youngs, the Egyptian vultures, these rare, almost extinct birds of our nature need a lot of food. Read more..
The hatchlings, 22 in total, 16 of which hatched at the Green Balkans Rescue Center aviaries, left at the end of last week for the adaptation aviaries of the Center for Environmental Activities of the organization in the village of Levka. Read more..
On 04.06.2022 the Green Balkans team was a guest at the Museum “House of Humour and Satire”, Gabrovo. We celebrated World Environment Day together with the museum team, visitors, and children from different age groups.
13 falcons, hatched at the Rescue Center, as part of our activities under the "Reintroduction of the Saker falcon in Bulgaria" project, are already flying freely in the skies of Bulgaria. Read more..
The "Reintroduction of the Saker falcon in Bulgaria" project team redirected to the adaptation aviaries in nature, eight more young Saker falcons, hatched at the Green Balkans Rescue Center in 2022! Read more..
Today, at the Green Balkans Rescue Center, the first two Lesser Kestrels for 2022 were hatched. Read more..
Over the past weekend, the "LIFE for Falcons'' project, in which Green Balkans is a partner, presented its appearance and activities to the guests of the Periwinkle Festival, organized by our friends from Strandzha Nature Park. Read more..
A few days ago, another meeting of the "Life for Lesser Kestrel" LIFE19 NAT/BG/001017 project partners took place. Read more..
Here comes the moment of the year to part with our Saker falcons, hatched at the Rescue Center of the Green Balkans. Read more..
In early May, representatives of the "Egyptian Vulture New LIFE" project team and volunteers from the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Center brought more than half a tonne of food to the wild Egyptian vultures in the Provadia region. Read more..
Intensive preparations are underway for the upcoming field season, within the "Reintroduction of the Saker falcon in Bulgaria" project!03.05.2022
At the end of April and the beginning of May, the field experts on the project "Reintroduction of the Saker falcon in Bulgaria" prepared all four adaptation aviaries (hacks) in the field for the upcoming release of young Saker falcons hatched at the Green Balkans Rescue Center in 2022.
The incredible destiny of the Bonelli's eagle Ivo continues to amaze and delight our team! Read more..
We already have the first Lesser Kestrels laid eggs for 2022! This was announced by the Green Balkans's experts, part of the "Life for Lesser Kestrel" LIFE19 NAT/BG/001017 project. Read more..