Wild animals are not domestic animals, and keeping them is prohibited by the law !
This is the case of a Common Raven found by locals in Glodeni and brought to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. The bird was in good condition with an older fracture on the left leg, but very accustomed to people, which makes the process of rewildering very difficult (in some cases impossible). DO NOT KEEP WILD ANIMALS IN CAPTIVITY!
Are you wondering where the migratory birds are? Do you miss Arlie? Unfortunately, we have not received any data from her transmitter for some good months, but we invite you to watch the migration routes of other Romanian birds marked with transmitters by the Milvus Group:
Marina and Ringlo are two Red – footed falcons that are now in Africa in different wintering locations. Continue reading →
In December 2017 the Herman Otto Nonprofit Institute published a book which is at the same time a practical guide and a handbook meant to assist the identification and conservation of the 12 existing owl species (and European Nightjar) in Hungary and Romania. The title of the book is: Practical conservation and identification of owl species of Hungary. Continue reading →
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center had two special guests: two swans! One of the birds, a juvenile brought to Tirgu Mures from Oradea, needed surgery at one of the paws, the intervantion was performed by Vets4Wild. The other one, found on a street in the city, was released after a few days of stay in our Center. You can support our rescue and rehabilitation efforts through donations at ING BANK RO12INGB0000999901703336. Thank you!
We just got the news from our friend, Marjo Glerum, that on the 3rd of February he resighted one of the White Storks (Ciconia ciconia) ringed by members of the Milvus Group, along with birds from Poland and Sweden in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. The stork was ringed byKósa Ferenc and Daróczi J. Szilárd on the 29th of June, 2012 as a chick in nest near Ernei, Mureș County! The bird is still, having more than 3000 kms ahead. Storks usually arrive in mid-Transylvania around 25th of March. Spring is on the way
Graceful aerial dances! Gulls at the landfill station of Oradea.
Despite the background this kind of beautiful performance would impress anyone. These are the gulls from the rubbish dump of Oradea, a place that one could hardly imagine as the scenery of a graceful dance! Continue reading →
The bird tangled in fishing wobblers entered the Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre for rehab, after Vets4Wild veterinarians successfully released the hooks from the its chin and shoulder. The Common Buzzard was released after three days! You can support our rescue and rehabilitation efforts by donating at ING BANK RO12INGB0000999901703336. Thank you!