Birdwatching

Respectez les droits des autres dans la nature

A l’occasion de la journée mondiale des oiseaux migrateurs (JMOM ou WMBD), le Club Ornitho de l'Association Environnementale AquaCirta avec le CEM DESCARTES  organisera une sortie sur terrain pour des observations ornithologiques à la retenue collinaire Mellah (commune d'El Khroub, wilaya de Constantine) le mardi 10 mai 2016. 
Notre programme sera comme suit : 
08 :00 Regroupement a l'Ecole moyenne Descartes (cite Boussouf)
08 :15 Départ vers la retenue collinaire
08 :45 : Arrivée sur site
Explications des principes de base de l'ornithologie de terrain

Birds: A treasure that has no price (Original: "Птиците: „Богатство без цена“/ Pticite: "Bogatstvo bez cena"

The event will take place at the Skopje Zoo, the best place for people of all ages to get acquainted with birds and our purpose to conserve them. 

A team of students and volunteers will make sure every visitor of the zoo who is interested in the event gets to do a fun and educational activity and participate in birdwatching. 

Birdwaching and Counting

Last ten year bird consultant use this place for beginer birdwacher to lear shorebirds or waterbirds. and this place is favorite place or stop over migratory shorebirds, that's why we use this place for birwatching, identification or cunting.

WORLD MIGRATORY BIRD DAY 2016 (SEMINAR AND BIRDWATCHING)

World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) is a celebration that held every year since 2006 in concern to create public awareness on nature conservation, especially migratory birds.

Living in Harmony with Migratory Birds

Over the last 2 years, Biodiversity Society found that migratory birds, especially Oriental Honey Buzzard and Japanese Sparrow-hawk use the same place in Mount Slamet Forest for roosting site. Some of them roosted in the village which are really close to human settlements. In order to increase awareness on local people, we would like to promote this information to local villagers, so they can live in harmony with migratory birds and protect the area from poachers who are still frequently present in Indonesia.

Celebrating World Migratory Bird Day 2016 in Limboto Lake, Gorontalo

Gorontalo Biodiversity Forum is going to celebrate the World Migratory Bird Day 2016 for the first time in Gorontalo region of Sulawesi, Indonesia. The main objective of the event is to raise public awareness of migratory bird and their conservation action especially on protecting their habitat of Limboto Lake, one of the important spot for migratory bird and other endemic faunas in Gorontalo. On the day of 10 May 2016, we are going to have birding at Limboto Lake in the morning and then continuing with educational activity and media trip.

Oh human Let migratory birds pass safely

Zoology Department at the University of Tripoli and the Libyan Society of Birds (LSB) intend to organize an educational and birdwatching day for students from Zoology department, Faculty of Science, Tripoli University on Saturday 14 May 2016. This event will be at man made wetland (Hadba treatment plant) as a site of importance for birds in Tripoli. The program will include some opening words and a lecture about WMBD. Then, birdwatching for the rest of the day.
 

Sind alle Vögel wieder da, Beobachtungstour: Zugvögel X 30! Weltzugvogeltag 2016

Im Mai hat Langeoog tausende Gästen aus Afrika - auf dem Weg nach Sibirien! Mit dem 30-fach vergrößernden Fernrohr können wir die extremreisenden Zugvögel gut beobachten. Auch das Geschäft der hier ansässigen Brutvögel hat Hochkonjunktur: Eine Vogelbeobachtungstour zur besten Jahreszeit mit Jan Weinbecker! "
Dauer ca 2,5 Std., Eintritt: 8€/4€, Per Fahrrad! (Fahrrad, robustes Schuhwerk, falls vorhanden Fernglas).

Sind alle Vögel da - Vogelschutz auf Langeoog von damals bis heute Weltzugvogeltag 2016

Eine Fahrradtour mit dem Nationalpark-Ranger J. Runar zum Vogelwärterhäuschen mit Möwenkolonie. Interessantes zum Vogelschutzes auf Langeoog – damals/heute?

Dauer ca 2,5 Std., Eintritt: 8€/4€, Bitte mitbringen:Fahrrad, robustes Schuhwerk und falls vorhanden Fernglas.

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