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19 new vultures arrived at the Balkan Mountains of Bulgaria [2014-07-22]
The birds arrived from Spain at the end of June and after a month of quarantine at the Wildlife Rescue Centre it is time for them to head to their new home - the Balkan Mountains of Bulgaria.
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Story of hope about how a young Harrier called Troyan got its second chance [2014-07-11]
This is the story of a Montagues Harrier called Troyan.
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Adventures of Boyka the “paralyzed” White Stork. [2014-07-04]
At the end of the week we'd like to finish with some good news, so we will tell you about our little success story and how we saved the White Stork called Boyka.
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120 Tortoises rescued from death [2014-07-04]
Yesterday, the Green Balkans Wildlife Rescue Centre recieved 120 tortoises.
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Three Griffon Vultures were released during the Liatna sluchka Festival in Karandila [2014-06-27]
Around 30 enthusiasts from the three-day festival Liatna sluchka Karandila 2014 took part in the release of K50, K81 and K7V.
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The first Lesser Kestrels “made in Bulgaria” were released into the wild [2014-06-24]
After the happy event related to the Lesser Kestrels, namely the hatching of 34 babies this spring, the team of Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue Centre has even more good news to share - 19 of the chicks have already taken the road to freedom.
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19 Griffon Vultures arrived from Spain [2014-06-22]
On June 21st after a 50-hour-trip through France, Italy, Slovenia, Hungary and Romania, the birds arrived safely to the Wildlife Rescue Centre in Stara Zagora.
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Fluffy Lesser Kestrel chicks – the new members of the bird family at the Rescue Center [2014-06-10]
Once again, Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue Centre brought hope for an extinct species with 22 Lesser Kestrels babies recently hatched in the aviaries.
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Three new Griffon Vultures arrived from Stuttgart, Germany [2014-05-09]
The three birds were donated by Wilhelma Zoo, Stuttgart, to become a part of the vultures return in Bulgaria.
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Green Balkans at the First Exotic and Wildlife Veterinary Congress in Turkey [2014-05-09]
The congress was the first of its kind, organized in Turkey. It involved experts on exotic and wildlife rehabilitation and treatment from UK, the Czech Republic, Austria, Turkey and Bulgaria.
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The very first baby vulture hatched in the Wildlife Rescue Centre of Green Balkans [2014-04-30]
After eight long years of waiting and hopes, we finally have our first baby Griffon Vulture! Congratulations, friends!
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A new Black Vulture at the Wildlife Rescue Centre [2014-04-22]
Today, on April 22nd, a male Black Vulture, donated by Biopark Zoo de Doue la Fontaine, France arrived to Stara Zagora, thanks to the Fund for Wild Flora and Fauna.
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The Lesser Kestrels bred at the Rescue Center laid an egg [2014-04-18]
On Easter eve, the Lesser Kestrels at Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue Center surprised us with really good news - the first egg laid in 2014.
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Return from Africa – mission possible! [2014-04-16]
Since the Lesser Kestrels feed on insects, like other migratory birds, in winter they have to migrate to Africa to overwinter there. The long trip, however, is a serious challenge for these small falcons, and few of them return after their first migration.
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Kralcho, the rehabbed Imperial Eagle, flying free again [2014-04-01]
Today, in the outskirts of Raykova Mogila village, at the very end of the old runway, Kralcho, the rehabbed Imperial Eagle, was released into the wild.
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