Taking Action against Illegal Wildlife Trade in Africa

" We are deeply saddened by the loss of lives through the COVID-19 pandemic and our thoughts are with the families who have lost loved ones, or who are sick and we wish them a speedy...See more

The mobile application SmartBirdsPro adapted for the wildlife of Albania

From April 2020, the mobile application SmartBirdsPro of the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds ( BSPB ) will be translated into Albanian and can be used freely in Albania. The whole...See more

People in Sakar know and appreciate the emblematic Imperial Eagle

Protecting any endangered species like the Imperial Eagle would be impossible without the understanding and support of the local people with whom it coexists. A significant part of the population...See more

Our Red-breasted Geese are already in Kazakhstan

Where are the tagged geese now? Slowly, but steadily they are advancing to the breeding grounds. After spending about a month in Kalmykia (Russia), most of them reached western Kazakhstan in early...See more

A journey across three continents with the third issue of the “Egyptian Vulture New LIFE” Newsletter

We invite you to travel across countries and continents from the comfort of your home with the third issue of the Newsletter of the LIFE project “Egyptian Vulture New LIFE” . Find out...See more

Birdwatching from home - urbanBirding

Do you want to look outside and find the birds around your home – what species they are, how much they are, what they do? Come on, let's diversify your day with urbanBirding!  ...See more

Help to protect the Durankulak Lake in Bulgaria

Durankulak Lake – a Ramsar site and Natura 2000 Special Protected Area in NE Bulgaria is in danger! There is a detrimental investment proposal which will endanger the biodiversity of the...See more

New Technologies Development to Benefit the Red-breasted Goose

The GPS transmitters we put on Red-breasted Geese give us extremely valuable information about migration, breeding and staging sites, threats and underlying causes of mortality. However, despite...See more

SCF and BSPB join forces to study Egyptian Vultures in Niger

In February a joint team of SCF and BSPB led a research mission in the frame of the Egyptian Vulture New LIFE project in Koutous massif, Niger. Intense monitoring and search of Egyptian Vulture...See more

Are we spying the Egyptian vulture families in Bulgaria in 2020?

The answer is „Yes, we do“. A team of the “Egyptian vulture New LIFE” project installed 7 trail cameras in 7 nests of Egyptian vultures last week. The goal is to reveal the...See more