The efforts to apply the fostering method for Egyptian vultures in the wild continue

After the unsuccessful first attempt at the end of June for placement of a two-weekly Egyptian vulture donated by the Prague Zoo in a wild nest in the Eastern Rhodopes, the BSPB and Green...See more

One more Egyptian Vultures family can be watched online

Another family of Egyptian vultures stands under the spotlight - this time the pair is at the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Center in Stara Zagora and everyone can watch live the parental care...See more

The Saker Falcon is breeding in Bulgaria again

The Saker Falcon – a globally endangered species has returned as a breeder in Bulgaria. This is a tremendous success for the nature conservation community in the country, resulting from...See more

Imperial eagle’s nest has fallen down in the region of Sliven

The rainy weather and storms this year affected not only the lives of people with floods and damage but also caused the destruction of the family home of the endangered Imperial eagles. This...See more

Broadcasting live from the nest of the endangered Egyptian vulture

Everyone can easily observe live exciting moments from the life of the endangered Egyptian vultures and their dedicated care for their young chicks. This is a unique opportunity to access such a...See more

First attempt to apply the „fostering“ method in wild Egyptian Vultures to strengthen the population of the species in Bulgaria

"Fostering" has been proved as one of the successful methods for restocking of birds of prey, including vultures. Тhe method represents placement of captive-bred chicks in wild nests...See more

The Rocks of Arda - a future home for young Egyptian Vultures

The meanders of Arda in the Eastern Rhodopes, which have built high rocks on their way, from this year will be a home to young Egyptian vultures as part of the “Egyptian vulture New...See more

A Bird Paradise under Threat

The Ulcinj Salina, in the extreme south of Montenegro, is one of the most important wetland areas in the Balkans. The significance of these salt pans for migratory birds is commonly compared...See more

First data from the field studies of the Egyptian Vulture population in Niger

The ‘White Vulture’: that is how the Egyptian vulture (EV) is called among local population in Kéllé and its surroundings, in the Zinder region. This area is known for...See more

The number of the pairs of Imperial eagles in Bulgaria is now 29

After three years of stagnation, the number of the pairs of the Imperial eagles in Bulgaria increased by one and already is 29. The newly-discovered pair not only changed the three-year trend...See more