Educational Activity

WMBD at Fernbank Science Center

Join us May 12, 2018 for World Migratory Bird Day at Fernbank Science Center.  There will be free fun for the whole family, including bird activities, live bird demonstrations, a binocular "training" course and much more.  This year we are also hosting a photography contest sponored by the Georgia Nature Photography Association and Fernbank Science Center.  The title of the competition is "Migratory Birds of the Southeast" 

Discovering the Botanical Garden: the trees and their inhabitants - Alla scoperta dell'Orto Botanico: gli alberi e i loro abitanti

A morning dedicated to urban biodiversity within the Botanical Garden of Naples.

Accompanied by an expert, we will discover the importance of the Garden and its trees for the birdlife, a nesting site for many species but also a stopping point for migratory birds. A real green oasis between asphalt and city buildings!

DIA MUNDIAL DE LAS AVES MIGRATORIAS

El Centro Bahía Lomas de la Universidad Santo Tomás celebrará en la ciudad de Punta Arenas el Día Mundial de las Aves Migratorias. Estaremos en el Mall Espacio Urbano desde las 16:00 h  hasta las 20:00 h. Habrá stands educativos con actividades, información y material relativo a las aves. Participan también de esta actividad la Agrupación Ecológica Patagónica, y la Red Hemisférica de Reservas de Aves Playeras (RHRAP). No se lo pueden perder habrán sorpresas, regalos y actividades muy entretenidas para niños y niñas. 

DIA MUNDIAL DE LAS AVES MIGRATORIAS

El Centro Bahía Lomas de la Universidad Santo Tomás celebrará en la ciudad de Santiago el Día Mundial de las Aves Migratorias. Estaremos en el hall central de la Universidad desde las 9:00 h  hasta las 19:00 h. Habrá stands educativos con actividades, información y material relativo a las aves. Además, ese día habrá unas alas para que las personas se tomen fotografías y las suban a Twitter, a la campaña #todossomosavesplayeras de la Fundación Inalafquen de Argentina.

Bird ringing and Birdwatching in Asinara National Park - Sardinia (Italy)

During our project of bird ringing to study the spring migration of birds (2018 is the 21st year of activity of our ringing station), we will also complete a detailed list of all the sightings of birds during the weekend and we will greet all the visitors of the National Park, explaining them the migration routes and the ecology of birds, and raising awareness about conservation.

Bird watching in Park (Fateh-Karaj-Iran) for every one

This will be the second bird-watching activity in the public park called Fatah Garden located in city of Karaj in Iran . The program is in partnership with the Iranian Birdwatching Club. The event is open for everyone. Its purpose is to attract people's attention and raise awareness about birds and the migration of birds.
The program manager will be Ramin Mohammadi.

World Migratory Bird Day at Myrick Park

Migrate to the Marsh at Myrick Park, Saturday, May 5, 2018 to celebrate the 2018 World Migratory Bird Day.  Join us for a sunrise birding hike, bird banding demonstration, family-friendly birding walk, live raptor presentation, and bird-themed crafts and games.  All ages and abilities are welcome!  FREE

Yala wetland conservation

The event will bring community and schools together in an educational activity with a mission to conserve Yala wetland and its habitat. The event aims to unite environment conservation clubs, environmentalist and conservation partners. 

World Migratory Bird Day Walk at Old Mastic's William Floyd Estate , New York

Three mile roundtrip walk through varied habitats of oak-hickory woods, fields, fresh and salt water creeks and marsh to capture an excellent glimpse of the many bird species of the historic property of the William Floyd Estate. We will find many resident bird species as well as migratory ones such as neotropical warblers and vireos, thrush, grosbeaks and tanagers. Bring tick repellent and binoculars! For more infomation call Ranger MaryLaura Lamont at (631)399-2030

World Migratory Bird Day

We are running Khurkh Bird ringing station in below location since 2015. This year we are planning to invite two classes of students from two nearest county high schools (Khurkh and Binder town). 

Approximately, 100 students will see our ringing station during 12-13th May, they will learn about how study bird migration and bird ringing helps bird conservation. 

 

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