The idea for installing houses with mission in the Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre’s boundaries spread outside our team and turned in a cause for our partners from EVN.
This year’s breeding season for the Saker Falcon has proven to be extremely successful.
Our target was to release 20 birds, and we managed to release 19. This was the first year that we had attempted to breed and release so many.
Chris Bowden and Jemima Parry-Jones visited the Vultures Return in Bulgaria Project to get familiar with the techniques for keeping and release and try them for saving the vultures of India
Brent, the Red-breasted Goose tagged by Green Balkans with a satellite transmitter in February 2015 is dead. The bird died as a result of a collision with a power line in Eastern Kazakhstan, almost 100 days after it was released and travelled more than 3,500 km on its way to the breeding grounds.