B
ulgaria is one of the first in E
urope in a variety of anim
al
species. Necessary habitats for the existence of m
any of...
All endangered,
threatened and
extinct species
living on the
territory of
Bulgaria are listed
in the Red Book.
It includes...
409 species of birds have been identified in
Bulgaria. Under protection are 327 of them, 100
are included in the Red Book....
19 endangered mammals as martens, polecat
monk seals, brown bears, otters, wild cats,
some species of bats, and more are i...
The Red Book describes two amphibians (Alpine Triton and Syrian spade
foot) and 13 reptiles. Montpellier snakes, rat snake...
Endangered are also
some wild fish like
carps, goby
Caucasian, Danube
lamprey, Burbot,
Volga zander and
others.
Endangered Species in Bulgaria
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Endangered Species in Bulgaria

  1. 1. B ulgaria is one of the first in E urope in a variety of anim al species. Necessary habitats for the existence of m any of them are located within the three national parks P irin, R the Central B ila, alkan and the existing reserves in the country.
  2. 2. All endangered, threatened and extinct species living on the territory of Bulgaria are listed in the Red Book. It includes three volumes, the second is about endangered and extinct animals.
  3. 3. 409 species of birds have been identified in Bulgaria. Under protection are 327 of them, 100 are included in the Red Book. They are the black storks, honey buzzards, eagles, corncrakes, woodcocks, Stock Doves, white-backed woodpeckers, black woodpeckers, lesser spotted eagles, falcons , big hawks, Egyptian Vultures, Short-toed Eagles, Saker Falcons, Lesser Kestrels, ruddy shelduck and other.
  4. 4. 19 endangered mammals as martens, polecat monk seals, brown bears, otters, wild cats, some species of bats, and more are in the Red Book.
  5. 5. The Red Book describes two amphibians (Alpine Triton and Syrian spade foot) and 13 reptiles. Montpellier snakes, rat snakes, European glass lizards, leopard snakes, Hermann's tortoises and others.
  6. 6. Endangered are also some wild fish like carps, goby Caucasian, Danube lamprey, Burbot, Volga zander and others.

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