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The Module in Levka village welcomed future veterinarians

The Module in Levka village welcomed future veterinarians

17.10.2016
This past weekend pupils from the Veterinarian Medicine Professional High school, and students from the Thracian University in Stara Zagora visited the Lesser Kestrel Release and Adaptation Module in Levka village.
 
The team of the “Lesser Kestrel Recovery” LIFE11 NAT/BG/360 project presented the action to reintroduce the Lesser Kestrel in Bulgaria to the future veterinarians and Green Balkans’ volunteers.
 
During their first day in Sakar, the pupils and students visited the Presentation hall of the module, they were presented to the methodology of Lesser Kestrel rearing and release that is used by the project, and even had the chance to observe wild falcons in the sky.
 
The second day was for our guests was in the field, when they took part in moving one herd of karakachan horses, property of Green Balkans. The horses, indivisible part of the Lesser Kestrel recovery effort in Bulgaria, graze upon vast territories and provide favourable hunting habitat for the Lesser Kestrel. The horses were also prepared for the planed prophylactic check-ups, and our guests will have the leading role, the future veterinarians.
 
For further information:
Rusko Petrov M.D.,
Veterinarian, проект “Lesser Kestrel Recovery” LIFE11 NAT/BG/360
mobile: 0884877544