Usually on Christmas we are looking for our gifts under the Christmas tree, but here in the Green Balkans’ Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center they can be everywhere. Thus we found ourd in the Griffon vultures’ nest – a newly hatched egg!Read more..
In a few days, the number of birds inhabiting the aviaries of the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Centre has increased with 11 more. Read more..
The practical training at the universities may be temporarily suspended, but at the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre, the future specialists continue to be trained in the subtleties of the veterinary medical profession when working with animals. Read more..
A young Egyptian vulture arrived at the Green Balkans Rescue Centre on Christmas Eve. Read more..
Yesterday, a team from the Green Balkans Rescue Centre rescued a young Dalmatian pelican from the icy waters of 'Rozov Kladenets' Dam. Read more..
Recently, volunteers at the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Center have another means to complete their knowledge of wildlife treatment and breeding.Read more..
Yesterday, the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Centre received a signal for an injured Eagle. Read more..
Today, Krassimir Valchev, Minister of Education and Science, the Director of the Regional Department of Education, Mrs. Tatiana Dimitrova, and the Deputy Mayor of Stara Zagora, Mrs. Ivanka Sotirova, visited the Green Balkans Rescue Centre. Read more..
For several days now, the breeding team of the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Center has been observing copulation in one of the Centre's Bearded vulture families. Read more..
At the end of October, a team from the Green Balkans Rescue Centre visited the bird-feeding site near the Provadia village of Partizani. Read more..
As already mentioned in our previous publications, autumn is a time for the treatment and preparation of the birds that inhabit the Wildlife Centre. Read more..
Over the past few days, the team of the 'Reintroduction of the Saker falcon in Bulgaria' project set up five more artificial nests for wild Saker falcon pairs. Read more..
For almost a month now, we can boast that two more veterinarians have joined the group of volunteers of the Green Balkans Rescue Centre. Read more..
Egyptian vultures at the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - healthy in anticipation of the winter11.11.2020
Autumn has come and with it the time for the planned preventive examinations of the birds living at the Green Balkans Rescue Centre. Read more..
The team of the 'Reintroduction of the Saker falcon in Bulgaria' project used the last warm autumn days to complete its tasks in the field. Read more..