Today, early in the morning, the first Saker falcons for this year at the Green Balkans Rescue Center hatched! Read more..
For days a Green Balkans' team, under the expert guidance of the field assistant, part of our team on the 'Egyptian Vulture New LIFE' project and in cooperation with our partners from BSPB modify, clean, paint, deworm and disinfect the aviary for delayed-release in the village of Potochnitsa. Read more..
The egg, the fruit of love of the Black Vultures at the Green Balkans' Wildlife Rescue Center, was laid today. Read more..
Eggs, eggs, eggs … or, how is the breeding season for the Saker falcons at the Green Balkans Rescue Centre going!31.03.2021
These days we made a "revision" of the eggs that the falcon pairs at the Rescue Centre have laid since the beginning of the breeding season this year. Read more..
The Green Balkans' team and some of the volunteers, students of veterinary medicine from the Trakia University, brought yesterday over 450 kilograms of food for the wild Egyptian vultures inhabiting the area of the Provadia village Partizani! Read more..
Over the weekend, a team of Green Balkans, with the help of volunteers from the Wildlife Rescue Centre, set up two more artificial nests within the 'Reintroduction of the Saker falcon in Bulgaria' project. Read more..
A two-year-old female Egyptian vulture arrived at the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Centre late last week. Read more..
Second baby chick for the Griffon Vulture pair in the Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Center28.03.2021
The Griffon Vulture pair in the Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Center has second baby chick.
At the end of last week, the students from the Trakia University, participants in the 'Student Internships - Phase 2' project of the Ministry of Education and Science, funded by the Operational Program 'Science and Education for Smart Growth', co-financed by the European Social Fund helped the 'Life for the Lesser Kestrel' LIFE19 NAT/BG/001017 project team in the field activities! Read more..
In the last few days, two Griffon Vultures have been walking quite calmly in the center of Sliven arousing people's interest and worrying quite a few.Read more..
A White-tailed eagle, cured and released by the Green Balkans Rescue Centre, was found dead as a result of an electric shock!23.03.2021
You probably remember the happy ending story of the young White-tailed eagle, which was rescued by locals and admitted for treatment at the Green Balkans Rescue Centre at the end of last year, and which our team successfully released in mid-February 2021, in the area where it was found? Read more..
After nearly 30 years of hard work, conservationists from the Green Balkans, the Fund for Wild Flora and Fauna and the Birds of Prey Protection Society achieved an incredible success!Read more..
For several days now, the team of the 'Egyptian Vulture New LIFE' project at the Green Balkans Rescue Centre has noticed abrupt warming of relations between the birds of the second pair, breeding birds at the Centre!
Probably many of you remember Trak, the young Griffon Vulture who was rescued by the Green Balkans team on New Year's Eve, after many signals from citizens!Read more..
GREEN BALKANS NGO in partnership with AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY - PLOVDIV and the German Foundation EuroNatur are pleased to invite you to a SEMINAR on "Conservation of species and habitats through sustainable agriculture".Read more..