As usual, after the heavy work of the Rescue Centre during the whole spring and summer, the time of saying goodbye to our patients has now come! Read more..
In the beginning of the 21st Century in a European capital city there are still people who seem to be living in the Wild West! Read more..
First results of the “Help me grow up” SMS Campaign. The first month of the SMS Campaign of the Wildlife Rescue Centre has just ended.07.08.2009
We are happy to announce an amount of 243 BGL gathered. Read more..
On August 3rd, the kids from several social institutions in Stara Zagora visited Green Balkans’ Rescue Center. Read more..
The return of the Lesser Kestrel (Falco naumanni) in Bulgaria was officially celebrated in the Wildlife Rescue Centre on July 28th. Read more..
On July 11th (Saturday), 20 more birds raised at the Rescue Center were released in the wild. Read more..
In early July, the first baby birds raised this summer left the Rescue Center. Read more..
On July 1st the team of Green Balkans carrying out the regular monitoring of a pair of White-tailed eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla), which started to breed in the Upper-Thracian Valley in 2009 found out that the nest was destroyed. Read more..
The contract for the “Lesser Kestrel – no past, but future” project of the Wildlife Rescue Centre, funded by M-Tel Eco Grant was officially singed on June 25th. Read more..
One of the tasks of the Rescue Centre is developing volunteering for nature conservation. Thus some ten volunteers help with the every-day care for the patients of the Centre during the busy summer season. Read more..
20 tortoises were released on June 22nd in the area of Sakar Mountains. Read more..
In the period 24 April – 7 June Ivan Ivanov from the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Centre was at a training INTERNATIONAL WILDLIFE CONSULTANTS in Wales. Read more..
On 12th June in the Wildlife Rescue centre a white stork (Ciconia ciconia) marked with a ring from Hungary was brought. Read more..
In the beginning of June the Rescue center of Green Balkans won a financial support from the ECO Grant program of the communications company M-tel. Read more..
On June 12th four Griffon Vultures were transported to their new home – an aviary in sinite Kamani Nature Park near the town of Sliven. Read more..