"The live exhibition" of Green Balkans can already be seen at the Natural History Museum in Burgas!

Jan. 11, 2021
The exhibition is part of the international initiative European Green Belt and its purpose is to popularize the efforts put in the protection of rare birds living in cross-border areas of the three neighboring Balkan countries – Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey.

Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the Pygmy cormorant, Eastern imperial eagle, Cinereous  vulture, Red-breasted goose and the Sandwich tern. An information board will be displaying interesting features of the rare birds and their habitats.
The Lesser k     estrel takes a central place at the exhibition. It is a rare species      which until recently has been considered extinct as a nesting one in Bulgaria.

Within the program LIFE of the EU – “LIFE for Lesser Kestrel” LIFE19NAT/BG/001017 Green Balkans takes special care of the protection of this rare falcon species. This exhibition is part of the efforts of the organization to draw attention to the Lesser kestrel and the importance of their conservation.