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Parvolet - the First Baby Griffon Vulture hatched at our Wildlife Rescue Center has nested

Parvolet - the First Baby Griffon Vulture hatched at our Wildlife Rescue Center has nested

31.03.2022
Parvolet -  the first little Griffon Vulture hatched at the Wildlife Rescue Center of Green Balkans in 2014 has nested in Kotel mountain and now is expecting a generation.

This is very good news for all those who have made efforts to make these beautiful birds fly freely in the Bulgarian sky.

By interpreting the data from the transmitter, placed on the wing of Parvolet, the colleagues from the Fund for Wild Flora and Fauna told us that “öur baby” has nested and is trying to start a family. 

We remind you that Violeta Makaveeva became a godmother of Parvolet, after winning a competition for the best name and  in 2014 colleagues from the Wildlife  Rescue Center named the fledgling Parvolet.

He has never crossed the borders of Bulgaria,  decided to stay here and raise a family in Kotel Mountain.

This is worth the hard work of so many people and organizations over the years.  Slowly but surely, these birds occupy territories, and we can again enjoy watching them fly freely in the sky, as our grandparents watched them many years ago. 

Additional information:
Ivelin Ivanov – Manager of the project “Bright future for the Black Vulture”
LIFE14NAT/BG/000649, mobile: +359 887589995, e-mail: iivanov@greenbalkans.org