A team from Green Balkans has found five colonies of Lesser Kestrels in European Turkey. The five colonies contain at least 68 pairs.
Also, the team found a new pair of the Eastern Imperial Eagle and confirmed the breeding of three other pairs.
Green Balkans works on a reintroduction project for the Lesser Kestrel in Bulgaria as part of the project “Conservation measures for target species of the EU Birds Directive – Lesser Kestrel, Black Vulture, and Imperial Eagle in their main habitats in Bulgaria”. See this interview with Simeon Marin from Green Balkans for more information.
Five colonies of Lesser Kestrels found in European Turkey