After a long wait, the two Black Vultures kept at the Wildlife Rescue Centre has finally formed a pair! Read more..
Just six days after the laying of the first egg, a second egg appeared in the vulture aviary at the Wildlife Rescue Centre of Green Balkans. Read more..
The Bearded Vultures of the Wildlife Rescue Centre of Green Balkans have laid their first egg for the year!15.01.2017
The team of the Rescue Centre is sending off last year with some exciting news – the Bearded Vultures, which have lived in the Centre for the past 10 years, have laid an egg! Read more..
Are you cold in the winter? Yes? What about the Lesser Kestrels in the Green Balkans’ Wildlife Centre, a migratory species during this time of the year, they should have been soaring free in the worm African countries?Read more..
Successful year for the breading of the species, report Green BalaknsRead more..
Two Griffon Vultures from Kotel were admitted at the Wildlife Rescue Centre for treatment on January 3d. They were transported by a staff of FWFF, part of the Vultures Back to LIFE14 NAT/BG/649 Project. Read more..
A new pair of Griffon Vultures was shipped to the aviary of the Wildlife Rescue Centre from Rakitna (Kresna)04.01.2017
At the dawn of the New Year, a team of Green Balkans transported to the Rescue Centre in Stara Zagora a pair of Griffon Vultures from the aviary at Rakitna, maintained by the Fund for Wild Flora and Fauna. The history of these birds is extremely interesting. Unfortunately they would not survive into the nature so we want to give them the chance to breed in captivity...
The Green Balkans Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre team wishes you happy, happy holidays! Read more..