Polish LIFE project visited Burgas area
A group of 8 Polish colleagues working on the project "Protecting the White Stork in the Eastern Poland River Valley" / LIFE15 NAT / PL / 000728 visited the Salt of Life project area and met the work and achievements of its Bulgarian counterparts. The group included representatives of the leading organization - the Polish Society for the Protection of Birds (PTOP), as well as the partners - the Biebrza National Park and Łomża Landscape Park.
The pelicans like the new built platforms
This weekend got a great joy for the Salt of Life project team because the platforms we made in November together with BSPB were occupied by dozens of Dalmatian pelicans. In the next few days, the White Pelicans attacked the new quarters.

90 children from 9 kinder gardens and schools in Burgas defiled during the Biodiversity Carnival
This year the summer scene “The Snail” brought together extremely artistic and masterful costumes of various inhabitants of the Living Nature of Bulgaria. The Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation, Burgas Municipality, Regional Inspectorate of Environment and Water (RIEW) - Burgas together with all the participants created a colorful nature conservation celebration. The delicious part was provided by the friends from Pobeda JSC, a company that each year supports the Carnival.
The Flower of Salt is the accent of the first edition of Hunters of Food TV show
BTV started a new interesting culinary show – Hunters of Food. Two cooks from Master Chef – Andre Tokev and Sabin Rankov visit various regions in Bulgaria, looking for the traditional product, tastes, recipes and natural recourses of our country. The newest product from the salinas-a flower of salt was presented in the first edition of the show.
The photo traps in Atanassovsko Lake showed, that this protection device is successful during this nesting period
Photo traps were tested this season at the two key dikes, where the birds in the lake nest. The result is more than promising – after several years of serous invasion of predators in the key colonies, this season their number is relatively low, showing that the system is successful. The photo traps were bought by BFB within the Islands of Hope project, supported by the Community Board of Telus International Europe.

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