It is again about the Rescue Center and the charity. However, this time the characters are new. Or not…. Read more..
On December 16th, for the sixth year in a row, the children from “P. R. Slaveykov” Second Primary School organized a charity bazaar. Read more..
The final seminar for establishing partnerships entitled “Networking in EVS: Odyssey continues” was held in the period November 25th-30th, 2008 on Ithaca island, Greece. Green Balkans’ representatives took part in the event, too. Read more..
The data sent by the GPS/GSM transmitter shows that after the release in the Eastern Rhodopes on October 3rd, the bird reached Israel and Egypt in the period November 11th-13th. Read more..
Afforestation action was carried out at the Wildlife Rescue Center on November 15th and 16th. The action involved 23 volunteers, as some of them came from Sofia, Gabrovo, and Plovdiv at their own expense. Read more..
During the last few days many signals from citizens of Stara Zagora were received at the office of Green Balkans – they were mostly for dying birds in the center and in the suburbs of the town. Read more..
The second reporting period of the SMS campaign of Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue Center came to an end. Read more..
Just as the last year during the sowing-time many wild animals died after eating seeds threatened with chemicals against pests. On October 20th, 2008 after a signal send by hunting society of Radnevo, a team of Green Balkans participated in the inspection of the affected sites and found a number of dead birds both from sporting and protected species, such as Circus aeruginosus and a Falco tinnunculus. Read more..
Once again, the children from 2nd High School “P.R.Slaveykov” in Stara Zagora took part in an initiative organized by Green Balkans. Read more..
Lesser spotted Eagle (Aquila pomarina), another victim to a poacher, was received for treatment at Green Balkans’ Rescue Center. Read more..
Egyptian Vulture tagged with a GPS / GSM transmitter was released back into the wild after successful treatment at the Wildlife Rescue Center06.10.2008
Early in October, a juvenile individual of the globally threatened species Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus) was released back into the wild after successful treatment at Green Balkans’ Rescue Center. Read more..
Short-toed Eagle (Circaetus gallicus) with 12 ball-shots in its body was received at Green Balkans’ Rescue Center. Read more..
Last week, Govinda and Alinte volunteered at the Rescue Center. They are not part of any program or project. They are just two enthusiasts willing to help. Read more..
In the period September 5th-7th, 2008 Green Balkans took part in an international meeting on the conservation of Imperial Eagle. Read more..
On August 22-23d 2008 the team of Green Balkans opened the first EcoFest The Magic of Pomorie Lake Read more..