The "lively exhibition" of Green Balkans will visit us
On March 20, 2021 at 11:00 in the Regional Museum of Natural History will be opened the "Lively Exhibition" of Green Balkans, which presents life-size models and coloring of rare and protected bird species found in the Green Belt in Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey. The organizers of the exhibition will acquaint the guests with details about the life of the protected species, as well as with details about the Green Belt and NATURA 2000.
Visitors will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the little cormorant, the golden eagle, the black vulture, the red-breasted goose and the maned tern. The central place in the exhibition is given to the Lesser Kestrel - a rare species, until recently considered extinct as nesting in Bulgaria. In the framework of the EU LIFE Project - "Life for the Lesser Kestrel" LIFE19 NAT / BG / 001017 Green Balkans takes special care for the conservation of this rare falcon.
This exhibition is part of the organization's efforts to draw attention to rare bird species and the importance of their conservation. The event is organized to mark the two very important days for environmental protection - World Forest Day March 21 and World Water Day March 22.
During the holiday weekend (20 and 21.03) all children up to 7 years will visit the Museum's Exposition free of charge and will receive an attractive gift - a real shark tooth. The kids will have the opportunity to participate in a workshop for coloring Lesser Kestrel, using as a model realistic models of male and female birds, provided by Green Balkans. The models from the exhibition will remain in the museum until April 21, 2021 and can be seen as part of the Exposition.