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BSPB participated in a meeting about bird crime


On December 4, 2012 a consultative meeting between the BSPB and institutions took place in Shumen. The theme of the meeting was "Improving the cooperation between institutions in prevention, investigation and resolution of cases of poaching and illegal trade with protected species." Among the 14 participants were RIEW - Shumen, Customs Bureau – Shumen, District Court...

Capacity building project in Africa for conservation of the wintering Balkan population of Egyptian vultures


Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds (BSPB / BirdLife Bulgaria) started a new project "Capacity Building to Support the Conservation of Migratory Egyptian Vultures (Neophron percnopterus) from the Western Palearctic on their Wintering Grounds in Ethiopia, Sudan and Chad" funded by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The new project was developed in...

BSPB Conservation Science Workshop gathered experts on the Egyptian vulture all over the Balkans


In the period 19-24.11.2012, a Second BSPB Conservation Science Workshop (SCW2) was held in Sofia, Bulgaria. The workshop was organized in close cooperation between the LIFE+ projects “The Return of the Neophron” (LIFE10 NAT/BG/000152) and “Save the Raptors” (LIFE07 NAT/BG/000068). The CSW2 was aiming to improve the capacity for scientific papers...

CISCO and BSPB participated in a joint donation campaign in the Eastern Rhodopes


The Bulgarian Society for the protection of birds (BSPB) and CISCO Bulgaria held a joint donation campaign in the Eastern Rhodopes. “Dimitar Madzharov” secondary school in the town of Madzharovo and elementary school “Ivan Vazov” in Potochnitsa village were provided with a total of ten computers. Representatives from both organizations were greeted...

Autumn visits of Egyptian vulture nests in Thrace


Although the last Egyptian vultures have already left for Africa, we do not stop studying them. This month, the pellet and food remain collection is carried out by the WWF team in all nests which were active this year in Thrace in order to estimate the species diet composition. In addition, we would like to identify if there is any relation between the proportion of the...