Energy – make it bird-friendly!

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Check out the activities in #Israel to mark #WorldMigratoryBirdDay. Be inspired by their #film and take part in our #videocontest.
http://www.worldmigratorybirdday.org/content/video-contest
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5yPaq39YGA#t=11 http://goo.gl/CU8joM רשות הטבע והגנים

24.4.2015
22.4.2015

Latest African-Eurasian #Waterbird Census Newsletter by @WetlandsInt Highlights #WorldMigratoryBirdDay http://t.co/LHjAjxhzS4

21.4.2015

What will you do for #WorldMigratoryBirdDay 2015? Whether it’s gathering people during your event into the shape of a bird, arranging a bird-watching tour or showing a movie to your colleagues – there are many great ways to spread awareness in your community and encourage others to take action to conserve migratory birds.
Register your event at:
http://www.worldmigratorybirdday.org/register-your-event
And check out the past #WorldMigratoryBirdDay events for inspiration:
http://www.worldmigratorybirdday.org/past

19.4.2015

On 9-10 May is #WorldMigratoryBirdDay. Already now many Common Cuckoos are on their 3000km+ migration from Western Africa back to Europe where they will spend the summer months. On their way, they will cross the Sahara Desert and Mediterranean Sea. Some will even cross the Pyrenees or European Alps! A long way for such a little bird. Please “like” this post if you’re as impressed by Cuckoos as we are! Follow the travels of the Cuckoo live through satellite-tracking data from the British Trust for Ornithology @_BTO:
http://www.bto.org/science/migration/tracking-studies/cuckoo-tracking

17.4.2015

For the first time in World Migratory Bird Day history you now have the chance to produce the official trailer! Unleash your creativity and make a video of up to 3 minutes’ duration. There’s a prize pool of €3000 to be won. Don’t limit your imagination – fly high. See all details at: http://www.worldmigratorybirdday.org/content/video-contest

13.4.2015