The "Revived Exhibition" is part of the international European Green Belt initiative and promotes efforts to protect the rare birds inhabiting the cross-border areas of the three neighboring Balkan countries - Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey. The exhibition will be presented in the hall for temporary exhibitions of the Burgas Museum of Natural History from January 12.
Visitors will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the Imperial Eagle, the Black Vulture, the Red-breasted Goose and the River Tern. An information board tells curious features about rare birds and their habitats. The central place in the exhibition is given to the Lesser Kestrel, a rare species that until recently was considered extinct as a nesting bird from the territory of Bulgaria.
Within the framework of the EU LIFE Project - Life for the Lesser Kestrel LIFE19 NAT / BG / 001017, NGO Green Balkans, takes special care for the conservation of this rare falcon. This exhibition is part of their efforts to draw attention to rare bird species and the importance of their conservation.