Educational Activity

WORLD BIRD MIGRATORY DAY CELEBRATION IN THE GAMBIA

The activities will include
Birdwatching with WABSA students
Speech by Gambia Tourism Board/AEWA focal point The Gambia and WABSA CMB project achievement
Radio Talk Show at West Coast Radio FM at 92.1 FM at 9.00 ( o'Clock in the morning to 10 O'clock

Urban Birdwatching at Guwahati

This is an attempt to spot and chart the Avifauna in and around the city of Guwahati, Assam, India.Surveys will be organized by our NGO involving students from schools and colleges.

CONSOLIDANDO ALIANZAS POR UN VUELO DE VIDA

Martes 13 de Mayo de 2014, estudiantes de 1ero. 2do. y 3er. Año de Bachillerato del Colegio San Lorenzo participaran en un periódico Mural, donde plasmaran imágenes con mensajes alusivos al Día Mundial de las Aves Migratorias.
Participaran cinco estudiantes por cada año de bachillerato, en total 15 estudiantes.

Aves migratorias y turismo

Charla sobre aves migratorias y salida de observación de aves

JOURNEE MONDIALE DES OISEAUX MIGRATEURS

Conférence de presse
Exposition
Découverte de l'oiseau par les écoles
Visite de site

birdwatching

gray hornbill catch bat

Foire de l'Ecotourisme, des traditions et des produits du terroir d'El Haouaria

Tout près des Oiseaux - Aves l'AAO Section Cap Bon à la découverte de la Migration des Oiseaux, des Traditions locales et des Produits de terroir au Cap Bon

World Migratory Bird Day

Department of Zoology, Jagannath University, Dhaka, is going to celebrate the ‘World Migratory Bird Day 2014’ in association with Nature Study & Conservation Club of Jagannath University, Prokriti O Jibon Foundation, Wildlife Rescue Centre of Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh Bird Club, Asian Wetland Conservation Fund and Beyond Adventure & Tourism.

Screening Documentaries and awareness campaign for zoo visitors on World Migratory Bird Day-2014

On World Migratory bird Day TSA-India zoo volunteers conducting a event at the Lucknow Zoological Garden on 10-05-2014 (Saturday) at 12:00 PM (noon).This program will include Screening documentaries on migratory birds and an awareness campaign for the Zoo visitors.

Creating future birdwatching guides in communities

The event will span two days. On the first day the Biosfera team will take a lecture to the students of the schools of fishing communities on migratory birds. The next day the students will spend the day in the field learning how to use the materials for birdwatching, including: binoculars, telescope, bird guides and field notebooks.

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