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New nests for the Imperial Eagles
09.01.2019
In the second half of December 2018, in extremely heavy weather conditions, including low temperatures, periodic snow rain and a strong wind, a team of the LIFE project “Land for LIFE” put three new artificial nests for Imperial Eagles. Two of the nests were placed in the Elhovo field to attract new pairs, and the third nest was placed in Sakar next to the nest of one ...
Another 280 poplars planted for Imperial Eagle's home
08.01.2019
A team of the LIFE project “Land for LIFE” and volunteers from Topolovgrad planted 280 poplars in Natura 2000 areas “Sakar”, and "Zapadna Strandzha". From the beginning of the project approximately 1000 trees (480 poplars and 500 oak trees) are planted. The poplars were planted along the river valleys in order to shelter nests of Imperial eagles i ...
Imperial eagles nest in Dobrudza for the first time in 50 years
19.10.2018
Just a few kilometers from the border with Bulgaria - in Romanian Dobrudza, a nest of Imperial eagles was found. This is the first proved breeding of the species in Dobroudza after more than 50 years! The nest was discovered by the BSPB Imperial Eagle Conservation Officer - Dimitar Demerdziev. The birds most likely originate from the Thracian population of the species. This summer ...
Results of the breeding success of the Imperial Eagles in Bulgaria for 2018
17.10.2018
This year, the number of Imperial Eagle pairs increased by another one, and after three years without a change in the population, they are now 29. In spring, 21 of them started incubtion. A large percentage started breeding very early, around mid-March. On the other hand, seven of the traditionally breeding pairs began to breed very late - only in the middle of April, most likely because of ...
Colorful houses welcome the visitors of the Bird alley in Borisova Grdaina Park
15.10.2018
From Saturday, the Bird alley in Borisova Grdaina Park meet the passers-by not only with their signboards with interesting facts about the birds in the park,  but also with colorful houses for titmouses, Tree-creepers and robins, made and colored by the children who enthusiastically joined the event. In addition to the workshop for assembling and coloring houses, the children ...
Team of
10.10.2018
From October 1st to October 5th, 2018, the VII European Ground Squirrel Meeting was held at the National Museum of Natural History in Budapest (Hungary). The conference was attended by 92 environmentalists and experts from scientific institutions, NGOs and national environmental agencies in Hung ...
EuroBirdwatch 2018 in Haskovo
08.10.2018
The Imperial Eagle was in focus during the EuroBirdwatch 2018 in Haskovo. This year, the event was celebrated for 25th time by 38 partner organizations of BirdLife International worldwide. Traditionally, the days are celebrated during the first Saturday and Sunday of October, with over 800 children and adults attending the 6 events organized by BSPB in Sofia, Svis ...
07.10.2018
In one of the two days of the EuroBirdwatch 2018 - October 6, a team of the BSPB projects “Land for LIFE” and „NaturAll LIFE“ joined the AdventureKids 2018 adventure festival at the Children's Science Center "Muzeiko". Dozens of children took part in a game of finding hidden words "Find, learn, win!" and in a special painting studio ...
Team of the
26.09.2018
A team of the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds (BSPB) took part in the international conference "Eagles of Palearctic: Study and Conservation ", held in September 2018 in the town of Gorno-Altaysk, Russia. The conference was organized by the Russian Raptor Research and Conservation Network (RRRCN) in partnership with MME/Birdlife Hungary and another 11 international an ...
71 European sousliks are already part of the last known colony of the species in Zapadna Strandzha Special Protection Area
28.08.2018
This summer, 71 European sousliks from an endangered colony near Sliven received a new home in the Natura 2000 area “Zapadna Strandzha”. The sousliks were captured, measured and tagged with microchips within the BSPB LIFE project "Land for LIFE". The animals were transported and released into ...