Birds threatened with extinction in nature were temporary patients in Nature Conservation Center “Poda”

Birds threatened with extinction in nature were temporary patients in the rehabilitation bird cage at Nature Conservation “Poda”, owned by Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds. For less than a month at the Nature Conservation Center has been provided first aid to 35 birds. Most of them were saved by citizens, Regional Inspectorate of Environment and Water and volunteers working on LIFE+ project “Life for the Bourgas Lakes.

Barnacle Goose – a rare guest to our country observed at Bourgas Lakes

Barnacle Goose was observed among a nock of Greater White-fronted Geese in the region of the Bourgas Lakes. The only representative of the species which could be seen in Northern Europe and rarely in our country, was recognized among more than 1 000 Greater White-fronted Geese. The observation was made while the birds were feeding in a field near Bourgas Lake. Barnacle Geese inhabit open areas, usually very close to Northern sea costs far away from Bulgaria.

Birds in the hold of the cold winter

„During the last 2-3 weeks we have witnessed severe scenes. Swans and other water birds are stuck in the frozen water basins without a chance to get out. Although this is a normal situation in nature, the destiny of the swans attracted the attention and the compassion of many people”, said Lubomila Krivoshieva, expert at Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Center – Green Balkans in Stara Zagora.
The experts from the Rehabilitation center explain that:


The colors of Bourgas lakes “visit” the Regional Administration of Bourgas

Hand painted shawls and batiks will bring the colors of the Bourgas Lakes to the office of the Regional Administration of Bourgas. Charity exhibition – bazaar “The colors of our lakes” will be opened on 2nd February (Thursday) 2012 at 11:00 am at the office of Regional Administration of Bourgas. The event is dedicated to 2nd February - World Wetlands Day. It is organized by Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds (LIFE+ project “Life for the Boirgas Lakes) and Regional Administration of Bourgas.