Rhodope Mountains Bulgaria June 2019: Territory of the Arda River bed Eastern Rhodope Mountains is the home of a few colonies of protected birds, Griffin Vulture (Gyps fulvus) and Egyptian Vulture also the most important breeding site (Neophron percnopterus a worldwide endangered species. Bulgaria the Griffon Vulture population declined through most of the 20th Century thought to be extinct in the country in the 1960s, until one breeding pair and 28 birEastern Rhodopes is also the most important breeding site ds were discovered discovered near the town of Madzharovo Rhodope mountains. In 1

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Rhodope Mountains Bulgaria June 2019: Territory of the Arda River bed Eastern Rhodope Mountains is the home of a few colonies of protected birds, Griffin Vulture (Gyps fulvus) and Egyptian Vulture also the most important breeding site (Neophron percnopterus a worldwide endangered species. Bulgaria the Griffon Vulture population declined through most of the 20th Century thought to be extinct in the country in the 1960s, until one breeding pair and 28 birEastern Rhodopes is also the most important breeding site ds were discovered discovered near the town of Madzharovo Rhodope mountains. In 1
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Rhodope Mountains Bulgaria June 2019: Territory of the Arda River bed Eastern Rhodope Mountains is the home of a few colonies of protected birds, Griffin Vulture (Gyps fulvus) and Egyptian Vulture also the most important breeding site (Neophron percnopterus a worldwide endangered species. Bulgaria the Griffon Vulture population declined through most of the 20th Century thought to be extinct in the country in the 1960s, until one breeding pair and 28 birEastern Rhodopes is also the most important breeding site ds were discovered discovered near the town of Madzharovo Rhodope mountains. In 1978 cross-border initiative was developed bringing together wildlife conservation groups, governmental agencies, land owners and hunting association’s tackling illegal poisoning. This year sees a record number of 95 breeding pairs across the Eastern Rhodope mountains resulting in hatching 72 young chicks. Each year nature lovers, bird watchers and photography tourist visit the area to observe from the mountain roads or the feeding stations observation hides. Clifford Norton Alamy
Location: Rhodopes mountains Bulgaria

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