The pair Egyptian vultures in the Green Balkans' Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre have an egg!

21.04.2018
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Two days ago, via our CCTV cameras, the team from the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Centre - Green Balkans saw an egg in the Egyptian vultures pair's nest.

It was seen after a number of copulations were recorded by the very same cameras. We are hoping that, unlike last year when the vultures had two, but unfertilized eggs, this year they'll please us with hatchlings.

If that happens, their offspring would be released in the wild, as part of the activities of the  “Egyptian Vulture new LIFE" Project.

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