One of the most mysterious mammals in Bulgaria was captured for the first time in 40 years

During field studies of experts from BSPB (Dr. Nedko Nedyalkov and Dr. Georgi Popgeorgiev), held in Sakar area on June 10, 2017, an adult female Roach's Mouse-tailed Dormouse ( Myomimus roachi...See more

Unique project with Bitcoins supports BSPB activities to protect the Egyptian vulture

A donation of 2671.56 levs generates the "Brotherhood of the Phoenix" Campaign, thanks to the BitHope Foundation .   The BitHope Foundation is the first Bulgarian...See more

Update from the Egyptian vultures’ nest in Provadia

It has become tradition every spring for tha last six years to look closely at the Egyptian Vulture pair's nest in which a BSPB team installed a camera in 2012 for online observing. This year...See more

Poison Pen: AGRI Committee signs off on pesticides over nature

This morning, the AGRI committee of the European Parliament has blocked the ‘delegated regulation’ proposing to ban the use of pesticides in Ecological Focus Areas, areas that are...See more

New publication: European birds of conservation concern

Today BirdLife International releases the publication European birds of conservation concern: populations, trends and national responsibilities . This publication summarises the conservation...See more

Quest for Egyptian vultures in Albania 2017

To continue the tradition from previous years (e.g see 2012 , 2013 and 2014 ), in April 2017 an international research team composed by members of the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of...See more

BSPB tagged with satellite transmitter an adult Egyptian vulture in Macedonia

Last week a team of BSPB tagged with a satellite transmitter an adult Egyptian vulture in FYR of Macedonia (the transmitter was provided by VCF ). The bird had been found last year near Prilep,...See more

Imperial eagles, Long-legged buzzard and Eurasian eagle-owl observed at the feeding stations for winter feeding of birds of prey in Sakar

During the winter feeding of birds of prey of the three feeding stations of BSPB in the Natura 2000 zone "Sakar" photo traps revealed interesting visits of Imperial eagles, Common and...See more

Volunteer to save the Egyptian Vulture 2017

The iconic Egyptian Vulture is the most rapidly vanishing bird of prey in Europe. Your help is needed to secure its future. Volunteers from across the world are invited to carry out monitoring and...See more

New Imperial Eagle’s nest was found by team of BSPB

A team of the BSPB LIFE project “Land for Life” discovered a new nest of Imperial Eagles in the Derventski vazvishenia Special Protection Area. Last year at this time we had...See more