Teams of staff and volunteers of Green Balkans, Fund for Wild Flora and Fauna and the Birds of Prey Protection Society reported over 57 Griffon Vultures at the five release sites in the Balkan Mountains and Kresna Gorge.
After a three-day journey across Europe, the birds arrived in Stara Zagora to become a part of the family of the Vultures Return in Bulgaria Project.
Since early autumn, four aviaries at Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue Centre have been repaired as part of the project action aimed at improving the infrastructure within “Lesser Kestrel Recovery” LIFE11 NAT/BG/360.
A series of workshops brought together Bulgarian and Turkish representatives of local and state public administration and environmental organizations from Bourgas region and province of Kırklareli, Turkey.
Towards the end of October, teams of EVN AD Bulgaria isolated a 20 kV aerial power line in the area of Karakiutuk, near the town of Sliven.
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The birds are already accommodated in their renewed home, providing all conveniences in anticipation of the up-coming breeding season.
Green Balkans at the 9th National Fair for the protection of autochthonous Bulgarian agricultural breeds17.10.2014
Presenting the project "Lesser Kestrel Recovery" LIFE11 NAT/BG/360 during a cross-border conference in Turkey09.10.2014
Information meetings with farmers and participants in а dog breed show were held by Green Balkans in the area of Sakar SPA30.09.2014
On September 16th 2014, staff and volunteers of Green Balkans and the Wildlife Rescue Centre, together with colleagues and friends from the Central Balkan NP and Bulgarka NP released a successfully treated Golden Eagle.