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

Communication misses the opportunity to fix the broken CAP and address the environmental crises in Europe’s farmlands

The CAP reform Communication just launched by Commissioner Hogan completely fails to acknowledge the seriousness of the environmental crisis affecting European farmland, from the collapse of...See more

Step-Change in International Efforts to Conserve Vultures Takes Flight

28 October 2017, Manila, Philippines – Parties to the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) have today taken two momentous decisions to promote the conservation of Old World...See more

Not fit for purpose - NGOs present Fitness Check of the Common Agricultural Policy

BirdLife Europe & Central Asia, European Environmental Bureau (EEB), and NABU, German BirdLife/EEB partner, will today present an evidence-based Fitness Check assessment of the CAP at a...See more

Latest update of European wild bird indicators confirms continued decline of farmland birds

The latest data on European common birds, brought together by the Pan-European Common Bird Monitoring Scheme (PECBMS) , shows a continued decline of European farmland birds. While the common...See more

High nesting success of the Imperial Eagles in Thrace

28 young Imperial eagles out of 23 pairs that had started incubation in the spring have successfully left their nests in 2017. The average nesting success this year for Bulgaria is 1.22 juveniles...See more

Illegal killing of birds remains a major threat in Europe – new report

The Killing 2.0 , A View to a Kill exposes the scale and scope of the illegal killing of birds across critical regions. It is estimated that 0.4 - 2.1 million individual birds per year may...See more

Тhe Booted Eagle from the art installation “Life for the Eagles in Bulgaria” is in the Blagoevgrad Regional Museum of History

Тhe Booted Eagle from the art installation “Life for the Eagles in Bulgaria” is  already part of the Blagoevgrad Regional Museum of History. At the beginning of October another...See more
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