In the beginning of May, the team of the Wildlife Rescue Centre had a double joy – the two Lesser Kestrel couples, unique for Bulgaria, laid eggs. The little eggs, which provoked such euphoria, grew in number every single day. We could enjoy that joyful view without disturbing the young parents owing to the cameras that had been put in the nest for that purpose.Read more..
A unique success for nature conservation in Bulgaria – an extinct species is breeding at the Wildlife Rescue Centre30.05.2011
Five young Lesser Kestrels hatched at the Wildlife Rescue Centre some days ago. The chicks are the offspring of one of the two pairs granted by the Walsrode BirdPark in Germany and kept in the Centre since 2009Read more..
An Egyptian Vulture in distress was rescued thanks to cautious citizens in the Municipality of Glavinitsa17.05.2011
In the evening of May 12th 2010 an Egyptian Vulture (Neophron perconpterus) showing signs of severe food poisoning was found by local people in the area of the village of Listets, Municipality of Glavinitsa.Read more..