A Griffon Vulture “took a plane” from the Czech Republic to Varna and then “was given a ride” to Stara Zagora to be involved in the program for reintroduction of vultures in the Balkan Mountains. Read more..
As we informed you earlier, on October 24th a dead Golden Eagle arrived at the Green Balkans Rescue Center. Read more..
Another Poachers’ Victim, this Time a White-tailed Eagle, arrived at the Green Balkans Rescue Center01.11.2009
Days before the second reading in the Parliament of the amendments to the Hunting Act, including prolongation of the hunting season, another victim of poachers’ shooting fell. This time not any victim, but a juvenile White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla). Read more..
Meet our new patients from the last couple of days. Their hard, and often very sad, lots make worthwhile the existence of the Rescue Center, where every day is a fight for life and return to wild nature. Read more..
A signal for poisoned birds in a field in the outskirts of Stara Zagora was lodged on October 24th to the Green Balkans’ Rescue Center. Read more..
Our friends from Nova Zagora – the school children from 6B class, remain consistent in their care and attention of Kalin and Kalina - the two Imperial Eagles they adopted. Read more..
Let us introduce our interesting patients to you. Their stories – happy or sad, are the daily routine at the Rescue Center. A new patient means a new challenge, and a new struggle for life... Read more..
A total of 110 BGN was raised in September through “Help me grow up” SMS campaign of the Rescue Center. Read more..
A new operating room is the latest acquisition of the Wildlife Rescue Center. Read more..
Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue Center took part in two festivals held in September. Read more..
A total of 281 BGN was raised during the second month of the SMS campaign of the Rescue Center entitled “Help me grow up”. Read more..
Another action of Green Balkans’ Rescue Center was implemented successfully on September 4th, 2009. Read more..
The ecological grant program funded by M-Tel gives extremely good results. The projects will continue till the end of the year. Read more..
A Green Balkans’ team took down a young White stork trapped in its nest on a railway pylon in the village of Popovitsa (Municipality of Sadovo). Read more..
Yet another release of birds successfully treated in the Wildlife Rescue Centre of Green Balkans took place at the end of the previous week. Our long-term partners from the Vitosha Nature Park hosted the event. Read more..