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Baby boom for Fallow Deer in “Studen Kladenets” Reserve

The local newspaperNov Zhivotpublished an article at the end of May about the new born Fallow Deer in Studen KladenetsReserve. Director Georgi Sheremetev expects about 500 new borns.

The number of visitors to the reserve has increased with the opening of the new visitor lodge in October last year. Many eco-tourists from all over the country visitStuden Kladenets.

Studen KladenetsReserve is a 7000 ha nature area located on the south bank of the damlake "Studen Kladenets". It was founded in 1973. Its size is approximately 7000 hectares and it is situated in the municipalities of Kardzhali, Krumovgrad and Momchilgrad.

"Studen Kladenets" Reserve has one of the largest herds of fallow deer in Europe. The visitors can spot here Griffon, Egyptian and Black vultures, Golden and Sea eagles, black storks, otters, cormorants and in the winter also pelicans. New Thracian Gold project works on the reintroduction of the Red Deer in the Eastern Rhodopes and especially, inStuden Kladenets.


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