The Black vulture Barnabé was returmed to his native zoo, Parc des Oiseaux, France after three months of rehabilitation at the Green Balkans' Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center.Read more..
Unlike most people, the workweek at the Green Balkans Rescue Center does not end on Friday. The patients in the Centre need care and treatment every day! Read more..
The past few days were fortunate for the team of the “Reintroduction of the Saker Falcon in Bulgaria” project, after the very expected eggs appeared in not one, but two of the Saker Falcon’s nests in the Centre! Read more..
It is with great grief we share that our long-standing inhabitant and beloved feathered friend - Zelcho, has passed away a few days ago. Read more..
The weekend is the time for everyone to rest and recharge but, the Green Balkans Rescue Centre was filled with young people ready to learn something new about wildlife treatment. Read more..
In a dark, rainy day mid-February at the Green Balkans Rescue Centre the Egyptian Vulture’s love adventure began. Read more..
As part of the international campaign for the World Wetlands Day in the beginning of February the ‘Natura 2000 in Bulgaria – New Horizons’ project team and the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Centre took part in the international events for celebrating the importance of wetlands and their biodiversity. Read more..
The Green Balkans’ team and Radnevo Municipality gave a presentation on 'Wetlands and biodiversity' for the fifth graders from the 'Young scientist' school group at the 'St. Paisii Hilendarski' secondary school and their teacher, Ms Yana Chengalova.Read more..
The Griffon vultures at the Green Balkans' Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center laid their second egg for this breeding season!Read more..
Last week a team of the Wildlife and Breeding Rescue Centre and some volunteers gave a presentation and told about its activities and mission. Some of our stationary inhabitants came to help – Misho the Common Buzzard, Chara the Tawny Owl, Vladko the Kestrel and Blaga the Little Owl. Read more..
Today the 'Reintroduction of the Saker Falcon in Bulgaria' project field team placed the first for this project artificial nest for Saker Falcons. Read more..
The Griffon vultures at the Green Balkans' Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center were given the chance to lay a second egg28.01.2020
The Griffon vultures at the Green Balkans' Wildlife rehabilitation and breeding center were given the chance to lay a second egg, after the first one, for which we are not certain if it is fertile or not was moved to the incubator.Read more..
Spring is coming, and with it the new work season of the "Egyptian vulture New LIFE" project (LIFE16 NAT/BG/000874). Read more..
There is one breeding pair of Black vultures in the Green Balkans' Wildlife rehabiliotation and breeding center. Their mission is to support the program for reintroduction of the species in Bulgaria within project “Bright future for the Black vulture”, LIFE14 NAT/BG/649.Read more..
Six days after we announced that the Bearded vulture pair in the Green Balkans' Rescue center had laid an egg, here comes the second good news – yesterday the female has laid a second one!Read more..