Saturday evening Bulgaria will enter the March solstice hailing the coming of the astronomic springtime.
A light earthquake was registered in southwestern Bulgaria Saturday morning, the Seismology Institute at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences reports.
There are no reports of Bulgarian nationals injured in the 5,0 magnitude earthquake, which was registered Wednesday afternoon in Kosovo, Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry announced, citing information from the country's embassy in Pristina.
Bulgaria's electricity distribution company CEZ has installed over 500 safety platforms for stork nests on its power poles during the past three years.
As a reminder that the winter is still very much in full swing, Bulgaria awoke Tuesday morning buried in snow with the mercury far below zero and numerous reports of electricity blackouts or telephone cuts.
The situation in the north eastern Bulgarian town of Bregovo remains critical, with further recent rainfall adding to the flooding experienced over several days.
The flood threat to Bregovo in North West Bulgaria has decreased after the protective dike to the town was deliberately breached late Monday.
Bulgaria Parliament Speaker, Tsetska Tsacheva, has stated that no GMOs will be released into the environment in Bulgaria until clear evidence of the impact on nature and man is provided.
Changes in Bulgarian legislature are imperative, to ensure that river dikes come under the management of a single agency or ministry.
Bulgaria is experiencing excessive and permanent air pollution across its territory, with the amount of dust in the air exceeding all environmental standards.
The emergency situation affecting the northwestern municipality of Bregovo has become more critical, with 90 families on the point of evacuation as the level of the River Timok continues to rise.
The situation in Northwestern Bulgaria is about to become critical as the rising levels of the Danube and Timok Rivers threaten to flood the area.
The number of migrating birds in Bulgaria has declined by over 50% in the last 12 years, according to environmentalists.
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