Bulgaria

Myomimus habitat (Photo: Dennis Wansink)

Grant for Mouse-tailed dormouse project

The Irish National Parks and Wildlife Service, in the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage supports the research on Roach’s mouse-tailed dormouse (Myomimus roachi). In 2017 we started a fundraising campaign for the work of Nedko Nedyalkov. After 40 years without any live recordings, Nedko caught a Mouse-tailed dormouse (alive) in Southeast Bulgaria in …

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Meeting Bird survey Bulgaria

Meeting Bird survey Bulgaria October 30, 2012 Last weekend some of the participants of the bird census in SE Europe in spring 2012 tested the web based data input module. The module makes it easier to add the results of bird counts at points to a database on the world wide web. You can either …

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Meeting Bird survey Bulgaria

Meeting Bird survey Bulgaria October 30, 2012 In the past three years 25 people took part in the bird surveys in SE Europe. Not only in the Eastern Rhodopes, but also in other parts of the country, particularly along the Black Sea coast. So it was time to come together and share some experiences. A …

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Donation by BirdLife Netherlands

Donation by BirdLife Netherlands February 23, 2012 BirdLife Netherlands and the National Postcode Lotery donate € 3.000,- for the project ‘Bird survey in Southeast Europe’. The money comes from the Kingfisher Fund (IJsvogelfonds). This fund was established in 2011 by BirdLife Netherlands, with financial support of the National Postcode Lotery, to help small bird working …

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Birds in Bulgaria stole my heart

Birds in Bulgaria stole my heart December 25, 2011 In spring 2011 Gerard ter Heijne took part in the bird count in the Eastern Rhodopes, Bulgaria. In the members magazine of the Dutch Birding group Arnhem, Vlerk, he wrote full of enthusiasm about his experiences. Download the article as PDF-file (in Dutch) here. Project: Bird …

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