Three more Saker falcons, hatched at the Green Balkans Rescue Centre in 2021, were sent to the adaptation aviaries in nature, on the way to freedom! Read more..
Mrak, the Griffon Vulture hatched at the Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue and Breeding Center, was accommodated in the Sinite kamani NP aviary16.06.2021
The four-month-old Griffon Vulture - Mrak, hatched at the Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue and Breeding Center, was accommodated in an adaptation aviary in Sinite kamani Nature Park.
Last week was quite busy for the Green Balkans team on the field! Read more..
With great pleasure the team of Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue and Breeding Center responded to the invitation of the “Slunchev luch” Private Elementary Eco School in Plovdiv and visited yesterday the sunny kids from the eco school who turned to be big vultures’ fans and who chose the topic of our lecture.
The situation in the families of the Lesser Kestrels at the Green Balkans Rescue Centre is dynamic. Read more..
Today, two more Saker falcons were transported to an aviary on their way to freedom. Read more..
The “Natura 2000 and friends” festival took place in Stara Zagora on 22nd of May. Read more..
Yesterday, not only the first for the year but also the first within the 'Life for Lesser Kestrel' LIFE19 NAT/BG/001017 project were hatched in the incubator of the Green Balkans Rescue Centre. Read more..
Three events marked the beginning of Natura 2000 Day for 'Life for Lesser Kestrel' project LIFE19 NAT/BG/00101718.05.2021
Over the past weekend, the 'Life for Lesser Kestrel' LIFE19 NAT/BG/001017 project team participated in three initiatives related to promoting its work for the return of the little falcons in our country. Read more..
When not full of Saker falcons, the adaptation aviaries, high in the branches of trees, are wonderful place to release other feathered little ones. Read more..
The first four Saker falcons for 2021 are already eagerly awaiting freedom, huddled in the safe "embrace" of the adaptation aviary, high in the branches of a tree. Read more..
During the past holidays, a team from the Green Balkans Rescue Centre visited the area of the Provadia Plateau, where they made regular feeding of Egyptian vultures. Read more..
There are a total of 19 artificial nests, which the "Reintroduction of the Saker falcon in Bulgaria" project team put in the field in the hope of being inhabited by the pairs of the rare species. Read more..
Mrak, the Griffon Vulture hatched two months ago in the Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue and Breeding Center is in a separate spacious aviary at its own disposal.
Hello, friends! As you know, this year we have two (we repeat two ;)) babies from the Griffon Vulture pair at the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Centre!Read more..