Green Balkans team finds five colonies of Lesser Kestrels in European Turkey

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.

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Five colonies of Lesser Kestrels found in European Turkey