More Egyptian Vultures tagged with GPS transmitters in Ethiopia and new insights into threats it faces in the region

A joint team of EWNHS, external experts, RSPB and BSPB headed towards Afar in Ethiopia once again in December. The aim of the mission was to trap and tag with GPS transmitters more Egyptian...See more

We have installed all 40 artificial nests under the project "LAND for LIFE"

At the end of last year, the team of the LIFE Project “LAND for LIFE” completed the installation of all 40 artificial nests provided under the project. All of them are located in or...See more

Government institutions and non-governmental organizations are joining forces against the illegal use of poisons in nature

Bulgaria is about to adopt one of the most important national strategies for the conservation of biodiversity and endangered species - that of combating the illegal use of poisons and poison baits...See more

A meeting to develop a National Strategy for Combating Poisons in the Wild is taking place in Sofia

On November 26 and 27 a workshop will be held in Sofia to develop a national strategy for combating the use of poisons and poisonous baits in Bulgaria. The meeting will be attended by...See more

Egyptian vulture New LIFE Newsletter 2

Dear friends,   We have the pleasure to introduce you the second e-newsletter of the LIFE project “Egyptian Vulture New LIFE”: ...See more

Joint efforts to save an Egyptian vulture – the story of Anna

We all know that many bird species migrate. Still, a few people are aware of how difficult the migration is. The human’s perspective to this extremely complicated process often reaches us...See more

420 Children ran a mile to support the Egyptian vulture

On October 5 at the Vasil Levski National Stadium in Sofia the LIFE project "Egyptian Vulture New LIFE" joined the sports competition: the “Go Kids” Athletic League for...See more

The Egyptian vulture and children athletes meet on the track-and-field

The LIFE project “Egyptian Vulture New LIFE” , supports one of the days of the sports competition: the “Go Kids” Athletic League for 6-15-year-old children 2019.  ...See more

Two of our Redbreasts have already reached Kazakhstan

We named the first Red-breasted Goose that we tagged last spring in Kazakhstan  “Misha” after our young colleague Mikhail Kalashnikov – the field expert, who stayed in the...See more

The Satellite-tagged Redbreasts started their autumn migration

The time for the great travel has come. The Red-breasted Geese have set off for wintering along the Western Black Sea coast in Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine. In the first days of September,...See more