The fate of the first captive-bred Egyptian Vultures released in Bulgaria

Elodie, the last of the first three captive-bred Egyptian Vultures, tagged with satellite transmitters and released in the wild in 2016, died. Elodie was the second documented case of tagged...See more

Break the ‘Silence of the Leaders’! – 133 NGOs call for more money for nature

Today, as EU Heads of State assembled in Brussels to bargain over the EU budget, European NGOs demonstrated to demand more money to protect and enhance biodiversity . With nature conservation...See more

Albania plans to build airport in protected area

Albania plans to build new international airport in Narta Lagoon protected area. In the end of the last week the Albanian Parliament approved the project. Local nature conservation organizations...See more

The birds of Butrint, Albania

New technical report, prepared by BSPB and PPNEA aims to broaden the knowledge on the state of breeding avifauna in the Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) of Butrint in Albania. More specific objectives...See more

The fifth campaign for prevention of crimes against nature

The Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds and the Executive Forestry Agency have started the campaign for prevention of crimes against nature "I guard the forests and eagles of...See more

A short story on our athletes

Only 5 out of total 27 birds tagged since 2012 survived by 2018 to surprise us with new interesting stories.   Iliaz is the only survivor from the nine juveniles tagged in 2012....See more

700 new trees keep the future for the Imperial Eagle

Between November 15 and December 15, 2017, a team of the LIFE project “ Land for LIFE ” and volunteers from Topolovgrad planted a total of 700 trees (200 poplars and 500 oak trees) in...See more

EuroBirdPortal releases new improved version of its online viewer

The EuroBirdPortal (EBP) released an improved version of its viewer: now bird movements across Europe can be visualized in a way never seen before.   This new version of the viewer...See more

Alliance along 14 countries to ensure a safe migration flyway for the Egyptian Vulture

To save an endangered species, the Egyptian Vulture, institutions and organisations from 14 countries spanning the Balkans, Middle East and Africa have joined forces proving that political...See more

Bright breeding season 2017 in Bulgaria and new challenges for the Egyptian vultures in Greece

In Bulgaria the total number of occupied territories in 2017 was 27 (19 in the Rhodopes and 8 in Northern Bulgaria). The number of occupied territories is 10% less in comparison to 2016 but the...See more