About the project
Development of Detailed Plan for Restoration and Sustainable Management of Imperial Eagle Foraging Habitats
Mapping Destroyed Feeding Habitats around Imperial Eagle’s Nests to Inform Land Purchase Strategy and Actions
Study the Imperial Eagle’s Prey Species to Inform Habitat Restoration Activities
Study the Opportunities for Natural Recolonization and Restocking of the European Souslik (Spermophilus citellus)
Develop National Action Plan for the Conservation of the European Souslik in Bulgaria
Restore Imperial Eagle’s Foraging Habitats on Tilled Arable Lands
Restore Imperial Eagle’s Foraging Habitats on Overgrown Pastures
Test Models for Pasture Management Inside Natura 2000 Sites in Favour of Imperial Eagle and proposal of management techniques for the future SPA management plans.
Enhance Conditions of Foraging and Breeding Habitats at Project SPAs through planting trees, restoring mosaic habitats and installation of artificial nests.
Pilot Reintroduction of European Souslik in Project SPAs
Engage With the Farming Community to Increase Awareness of Eagle-Friendly Agriculture and encourage Uptake of Appropriate Agri-Environment Measures
Communiocation and awareness rising activities.
Imperial eagle’s nest has fallen down in the region of Sliven
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The number of the pairs of Imperial eagles in Bulgaria is now 29
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About the project