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Successful fencing of our trees using Jerusalem thorn

Successful fencing of our trees using Jerusalem thorn

For our project “Of Bats and Men”, financed by the Disney Conservation Fund, we have finished planting fruit trees in several places in the Eastern Rhodope mountains during the month of december. On 20th January, we used thorns to fence the trees - an extremely simple, and yet maximally effective method of protection. 

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Ratio introduced: The Secret Life of Bats

Ratio introduced: The Secret Life of Bats

Bats are one of the most interesting groups of mammals with their incredible ability to fly perhaps even better than a large portion of birds, and navigate using echolocation even in complete darkness. At the moment bats are having their winter sleep, but that doesn’t stop us from gathering for a drink after dark, in order to understand a bit more about them.

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We start bats conservation project funded by the LIFE programme

We start bats conservation project funded by the LIFE programme

Science for Nature Foundation is the associated beneficiary in project LIFE17 NAT/BG/000602: LIFE UNDER ONE ROOF. The full name of the project is “Bats and men – sharing LIFE under one roof”. It was approved in the beginning of 2018 and will be financed by the LIFE programme of the European Union. It starts in August 2018 and will continue to July 2023.

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International Waterbird Census 2018

International Waterbird Census 2018

  On the 13th and 14th of January 2018, the 52nd International Waterbird Census (IWC) took placе. This is an initiative of Wetlands International, which covers more than 25,000 locations in more than 100 countries. The data is collected in an international database (http://wpe.wetlands.org/).

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The green octopus in action

The green octopus in action

“What is good for biodiversity is good for the mankind.” The year is in the beginning, but the successes in the Bulgarian nature conservation are like a flood:

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European souslik returns to nature parks

European souslik returns to nature parks

In June 2017, experts from the Science for Nature Foundation and the Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research conducted a study of the  European souslik (Spermophilus citellus) in the nature parks – Vitosha, Bulgarka, Vrachanski Balkan and Sinite Kamani.

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