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Another baby bison born in the Rhodope Mountains in Bulgaria

7 June 2021  |  News

Another baby bison was born in the Eastern Rhodopes. The new addition is male and was born in the second half of May and now the herd has reached  12 animals. This is the fourth animal to be born free south of the Danube in centuries since bison were released into the wild in the Rhodopes in 2019.

New partnership to see rewilding efforts take a big step forward

23 April 2021  |  News

A new partnership between Rewilding Europe and German shoemaker Wildling Shoes will see rewilding efforts scaled up in Europe, generating wide-ranging benefits for nature and people. The collaboration will kick off with support for rewilding actions in the Rhodope Mountains rewilding area.

New Rewilding Rhodopes website takes off

16 April 2021  |  News

Rewilding enthusiasts and nature lovers in Bulgaria and around the world can now get even closer to the work of the Rewilding Rhodopes team, with the launch of the new Rewilding Rhodopes website.

Griffon vulture webcam broadcasts live from Bulgaria’s Rhodope Mountains

25 January 2021  |  News

A newly installed live webcam in the Rhodope Mountains rewilding area is now providing online viewers with a rare glimpse into the lives of Bulgarian Griffon vultures. Located in the centre of a major Griffon vulture colony, the webcam offers a close-up view of a nest, together with its feathered visitors.

Griffon vulture webcam broadcasts live from Bulgaria’s Rhodope Mountain

25 January 2021  |  News

A newly installed live webcam in the Rhodope Mountains rewilding area is now providing online viewers a rare glimpse into the lives of Bulgarian griffon vultures. Located in the centre of a major griffon vulture colony, the webcam offers a close-up view of a nest, together with its feathered visitors.

The two new bisons joined the rest of the bison herd in Rhodope Mountains in Bulgaria

21 December 2020  |  News

At the end of last week, the two new bisons that arrived in the Rhodope Mountains in October, joined the rest of the bison herd and will further boost the group. The two young females, donated from Sóstó Zoo (in collaboration with Miskolc Zoo) and Bratislava Zoo in Slovakia, were released after a short period of quarantine and adaptation in a special enclosure.

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