After a three-day journey across Europe, the birds arrived in Stara Zagora to become a part of the family of the Vultures Return in Bulgaria Project. Read more..
Since early autumn, four aviaries at Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue Centre have been repaired as part of the project action aimed at improving the infrastructure within “Lesser Kestrel Recovery” LIFE11 NAT/BG/360. Read more..
The birds are already accommodated in their renewed home, providing all conveniences in anticipation of the up-coming breeding season. Read more..
The survey is part of an international study and a DNA analysis of the Lesser Kestrels in the Balkans.Read more..
On October 4th, the visitor’s area at Green Balkans’ Rescue Center opened its doors again.Read more..
On September 16th 2014, staff and volunteers of Green Balkans and the Wildlife Rescue Centre, together with colleagues and friends from the Central Balkan NP and Bulgarka NP released a successfully treated Golden Eagle. Read more..
The aviaries of the Lesser Kestrels and the Bearded Vultures are being reconstructed to optimize the conditions these rare birds need to breed.Read more..
This year as luck would have it, we had a few badly broken wings of bats ...
The Imperial Eagle (Aquila heliaca) was admitted to Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue Centre on August 30th in critical condition, as the clinical symptoms were typical of carbamate poisoning.Read more..
Green Balkans took part in the traditional Beglika Fest that was held in the period 21-24.08.2014 near Golyam Beglik Dam in the Rhodope Mountains. Read more..
These days, the last Lesser Kestrel chick hatched at the Rescue Center left Green Balkans’ Lesser Kestrel Adaptation and Release Module in the village of Levka. Read more..
At three months and a half, our first Griffon Vulture, hatched in the Wildlife Rescue Centre at Green Balkans - Stara Zagora, finally fledged!
Juvenile Imperial Eagle, tagged with a GPS transmitter, was admitted to Green Balkans' Wildlife Rescue Center with wounds on its body and wing.Read more..
Dr. Alejandro LLopis, who is an expert on captive breeding of Bearded Vultures, visited Green Balkans in order to consult us and follow the progress of the pair kept at our Wildlife Rescue Centre.
An overview of the seasonal prophylactic examination of the Lesser Kestrels at Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue Center15.08.2014
The birds belong to the breeding group established within “Lesser Kestrel Recovery” LIFE11 NAT/BG/360 project.Read more..