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Return of the Neophron in northern Bulgaria

31.01.2012

Last week the Return of the Neophron project team organized a series of important meetings in northern Bulgaria. The main issues were action planning for this season, as well as for the next four seasons in the Russe, Shumen and Varna regions. The general concept of the project was presented to experts from the Regional Inspectorates of the Environment and Waters from Russe...

Sofia Municipality and A. G. Leventis Foundations support BSPB and the conservation of the Egyptian vulture

23.01.2012

Today BSPB officially launched the international project Urgent Measures to Secure the Survival of the Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus) in Bulgaria and Greece. Among the guests at the event were Dr. Todor Chobanov, deputy mayor of Sofia Municipality, and Mr. Boris Hadjiev, representative of A. G. Leventis Foundation in Bulgaria. The guests wished the project team...

Return of the Neophron

19.01.2012

BSPB will launch officially the project Urgent Measures to Secure the Survival of the Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus) in Bulgaria and Greece (LIFE10 NAT/BG/000152) on Monday, 23 January, at 11 o’clock, in the National Museum for Natural History, Sofia. Public figures and journalists will attend the event. This is the first big project dedicated to the symbol...

The first platform for supplementary artificial feeding of Egyptian vultures was build

22.12.2011

Preparatory work related to the supplementary artificial feeding of Egyptian Vultures breeding in areas with scarce food supply started within the LIFE+ project “The return of the Neophron” (LIFE10 NAT/BG/000152). Since the arrival from Africa, breeding pairs will be provided with supplementary food on special wooden platforms. These vulture...

BSPB started and implementation of an international LIFE+ Project focused on the conservation of the globally threatened Egyptian vulture

20.12.2011

More than 20 years, the BSPB works actively on the conservation of the last wild vultures in Bulgaria. One amongst them – the Egyptian Vulture, is related on a specific way with the organization from its foundation being announced as a beloved symbol of the BSPB. At last, an international five years long project „Urgent measures to secure the survival of the...

The Egyptian vulture population status in Thrace, NE Greece

05.12.2011

Unfortunately, recently the Egyptian vulture populations have decreased dramatically over a large part of their European and African range. Human persecution, poison baits, electrocution, habitat modification and changes in livestock rearing are the most common threats to the species. As a consequence, the Egyptian vulture is classified as internationally endangered by IUCN...