Code yellow for potentially dangerous weather has been declared Thursday in central northern and southern Bulgaria due to expected new heavy rains.
The first young eastern imperial eagles in Bulgaria for 2012 have hatched in the wild Sakar and Strandzha Mountains in Bulgaria's south-eastern corner.
Code yellow for potentially dangerous weather has been declared Sunday for half of Bulgaria's regions due to incoming heavy spring storms.
A light earthquake with a magnitude of 2.9 on the Richter scale has been registered 250 kilometers southeast of Sofia and 20 kilometers south of Krumovgrad, according to the European Mediterranean Seismological Center.
A shifting weather bringing strong thunderstorms will set in Tuesday in large parts of Bulgaria, with the national weather service calling code yellow for potentially dangerous weather.
Bulgarians and visitors to the country are in for a sizzling hot summer, which was already heralded by the record-highs at the beginning of May.
A large reservoir for storing chemical substances has caused a toxic leak Saturday afternoon in the industrial town of Devnya, near the northern Black Sea coast.
Bulgarian national coalition "Bulgaria for People and Regions" plans to stage a protest performance in support of amendments to the country's Forestry Act intended to liberalize development in protected areas.
Black Sea fish does not contain concentrations of harmful chemicals above normal, according to the results of a testing of the 10 most popular types of fish found in Bulgarian coastal waters.
Four kilometers of poachers' nets have been seized during an inspection of Lake Vaya near the Black Sea city Burgas, according to Yancho Yanchev, head of the local office of the Executive Agency for Fisheries and Aquaculture (EAFA).
The old mining galleries in the southwestern city of Pernik have been flooded, which may result in a landslide.
A count of Black Sea dolphins should start in a month, according to Dragomir Gospodinov, Executive Director of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Executive Agency (FAEA).
As Bulgaria scrapped its idea to build a border fence with Turkey that was supposed to keep animals infected with FMD from entering its territory, the country has decided to impose tighter border control instead.
Code orange has been declared in seven regions in Central Bulgaria due to heavy downpours and thunderstorms, the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology has announced.
A code yellow for potentially dangerous weather has been declared in for regions of southern Bulgaria due to the possibility of heavy storms Saturday.
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