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BSPB announces a vacancy for assistant Communications and Public Relations for Eastern Rhodopes


In relation to the increased need for communication and feedback with key audiences in the Eastern Rhodopes, the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds announces a vacancy for Communications and Public Relations assistant for Eastern Rhodopes. Summary description of the position: 1. Carry out the planned activities and events, according to the...

Diet is not related to productivity but to territory occupancy of the Egyptian vulture on the Balkans


In the Balkans, the Egyptian vulture population is declining more rapidly than elsewhere in Europe, with 80% decrease in the numbers in the last 30 years ( Velevski et al. 2015 ). Changes in diet composition and diversity could explain this negative trend, but so far the relationship between diet and demographic parameters of the population are poorly studied....

Vultures in Africa and Europe could face extinction within our lifetime warn conservationists


The world’s biggest conservation Partnership – BirdLife International – has announced that vultures have rapidly become one of the most threatened families of birds on the planet. In a bid to stop this important family of birds slipping towards extinction in Europe and Africa, they have launched a global campaign asking for public support to Stop Vulture...

Nest guarding of Egyptian vultures for 2014


The nest guarding of the globally threatened Egyptian vultures finished successfully. Over 30 volunteers took part in the activity, including people from foreign countries, such as Canada, Lithuania and the United States. This year, the nest guarding in Bulgaria was realized thanks to a successful fundraising campaign . Twenty four pairs nest this summer in Bulgaria,...

Back home after the 3rd Egyptian Vulture Expedition in Epirus


Like in the two previous years, HOS team members met once more to carry out a survey in the area of Epirus. The objective was to discover any unknown territories of the species, in particular in the southern part of the region. However, despite the efforts of the team, no new territories could be confirmed in the area further than the three already known to be present...

The 2014 fundraising campaign “Giving hope for the Egyptian vultures in the Balkans” finished successfully


This year, the young Egyptian vultures will literally be in safe hands! The 2014 fundraising campaign “Giving hope for the Egyptian Vultures in the Balkans” finished successfully. We are grateful to all donors who helped us collect the necessary amount for this season! The conservation of the life of each juvenile Egyptian Vulture is of utmost importance...