BRINGING BACK THE SAKER FALCON TO BULGARIA
An environmental initiative by Armeec Jsc
November 1, 2012 saw the launch of Armeec’s environmental initiative entitled Bringing Back the Saker Falcon to Bulgaria! This project aims to support the efforts of the Green Balkans Federation towards rebuilding the Saker Falcon population in Bulgaria.
In an effort to support the protection of biodiversity Armeec donates 0.50 Bulgarian Leva for every Vehicle Casco policy it sells to be used for the accomplishment of this worthy cause. Vehicle Casco Insurance commands a major share of the company’s product portfolio and ZAD Armeec has been the market leader since 2011 which means that donations are stable.
The project includes activities such as healing, rehabilitating, breeding and reintroducing the Saker Falcon which had become extinct in Bulgaria into the wild. The newly constructed incubation room and the new generations of baby Saker Falcons hold the promise that Armeec’s project will succeed.
Reintroducing an extinct species back into the wild is an extremely complicated process which can take many years of effort before any real results are accomplished. Armeec Insurance is happy to contribute to the charitable initiative of restoring the population of this rare species in Bulgaria and supports the operations of the Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rescue Center in Stara Zagora.
Излюпи се първото ловно соколче за 2015 г.
Април е името на най-малкото ловно соколче за 2015г., появило се на бял свят в Спасителния център за диви животни на природозащитната организация „Зелени Балкани”. Рано сутринта на 2 април се излюпи още един горд представител на изчезващия вид. Родителите му – Ромео и Жулиета , нежно бдят над крехката си рожба и показват завидно желание да се грижат за нея. В центърът има още 23 яйца и..See more
Five young saker falcons released from the Stara Zagora Rescue Center
These five young saker falcons are part of a brood of 20 birds hatched at the Stara Zagora Rescue Center operated by the Zeleni Balkani Environmental Organization. They were separated from their parents and placed in voliers near the city of Stara Zagora where they will learn to adapt to the natural environment. The young fowls named Lazar, Tsveti, Maya, April and Marta will stay there until..See more
Successful year for Project „Return of the Saker Falcon in Bulgaria”
Year 2015 proved to be extremely successful for the conservation initiative "Return the Saker Falcon in Bulgaria". The balance showed that 19 saker falcons were released and successfully adapted during the year, and this is the highest number of birds since the beginning of the Project. For this purpose, activities related to medical treatment, rehabilitation, breeding and release into the wild..See more