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Over 500 people from Burgas visited the Conservation Center "Poda" on Saturday

10/17/2011
More than 500 citizens of Burgas visited the Conservation Center "Poda" which is managed by the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds, on Saturday. Visitors to the center had the opportunity to taste a delicious fish soup prepared by Chef Valerie Neshov. Valerie gladly answered thousands of questions addressed to him and his staff on how to prepare his delicious fish soup. Hundreds of guests were fascinated by the hosts and impressed by the event. After the fish soup, visitors enjoyed organically-produced honey from the region of Stara Planina for dessert.
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Campaign to clean-up the protected area "Poda" organized by BSPB on Sunday

10/14/2011
A campaign to clean-up the protected area "Poda" has been organized by the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds (BSPB). The cleaning project will take place on October 16, 2011 (Sunday). The event was initiated by the staff of "Viva Com" in Burgas who want to get involved in the ‘Days of Volunteering’ in Bulgaria. Anyone who would like to contribute to improving the state of the protected area is invited to join in the initiative.
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Tasting Fish Soup and Watching Birds in the "Poda" Protected Area

10/12/2011
The Conservation Center "Poda" will welcome guests on October 15, 2011 (Saturday) from 11:00 to 16:00. The event will include tastings of fish soup prepared chef Valerie Neshov. The occasion is part of a celebration in Burgas for agro-ecology and the event will be organized by the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds (BSPB) with the support the Burgas municipality.
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The first wintering birds arrive at the Burgas Lakes

10/10/2011
Observations by BSPB teams during regular monitoring in September have sighted the first wintering birds’ arrival at the Burgas lakes. The team noted Tufted Ducks, Wigeon, Northern Pintail and Eurasian Teal feeding in the waters of the lakes. These species commonly roost at the lakes during the winter months. Their presence in the Burgas Lakes means that they are already preparing for the spring, when they will move on to breeding sites.
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