Educational Activity

Voice unification for birds conservation from Fort-dauphin, Madagascar to the world

As in 2017, this year the "Tropical Biodiversity and Social Enterprise" (TBSE) decided to celebrate the World Migratory Bird Day here in Fort Dauphin, Madagascar. The event centered around three main activities : Movie watching ; Educational Activity ; Birdwatching, and will be celebrated on the 9th of May, and the 12th of May. The first session of the 9th of May includes film screening and educational activity. We hope to host around 40 students from schools arond the town.

Lecture about Kosiv`birds with the video (Ukraine)

Specialists of the department of Environmental Education of the National Park "Hutsulshchyna" held an educational lecture on birds for pupils of the 5th grade of the Cherhanivka`s school. Schoolchildren were pleased and learned a lot about Kosivshchyna`s birds.

Meeker World Migratory Bird Day

Need to identify a bird? Ask a current or former Meeker Elementary School student. They’re likely to know more about local birds than the average adult, thanks to 15 years of cooperation between the Meeker Elementary, Barone Middle School, the Blanco Ranger District and wildlife biologist Mary Cunningham.

The importance of the migratory birds "Unifying our Voices for Bird Conservation"

Kuwait Lens Team sponserd by KFAS (Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science) held an event In one of Al-Amiri Diwan's projects, The Habitat Museum, located in Al-Shaheed Park, Kuwait. The Team took a tour inside the Museum and saw all the 3D printed birds samples, then they showcased a short movie they made by them about migratory birds in Kuwait followed by a lecture from Eng. Ali Younis. The lecture was about the air photography by drones and how the use of it could help us study the birds more and in depth. Finally, Prof.

World Migratory Bird Day at Elkhorn Slough Reserve

  • Nature Tours
  • Tour during low tide to see shorebirds. This tour will include oak forest, eucalyptus forest, and grassland habitat. 
  • Crafts (DIY Bird Masks and Mother's Day Cards)
  • Fun flight activity using different wing types made out of carboard.
  • Interpretive bird table

Learn to Draw Sketches of Migratory Birds at at Silver Falls State Park

Free bird sketching workshops for kids and families taught as part of the 40th Annual Birding and Wildflower Festival at Silver Falls State Park in Oregon. Naturalist and artist, Christine Elder will lead 1-hour workshops where participants will learn about 3 different species that migrate through the area, their migratory routes, life history, identification, and hints for creating realistic sketches of them. Workshops will be both Saturday, May 12 and Sunday, May 13th.

World Migratory Bird Day at Sagawau Environmental Learning Center

Sagawau Environmental Learning Center, 12545 W. 111th St., in Lemont, will host World Migratory Bird Day on Saturday, May 12, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event is open to all ages.

World Migratory Bird Day Discovery Stations at Hassayampa River Preserve

In honor of this year’s International Migratory Bird Day, staff and volunteers will have discovery stations along the preserve’s trails for visitors to learn about the incredible feats of migratory birds and the importance of protecting the habitat they need for survival along their amazing journeys. Discovery tables will be available from 9 a.m. -12 p.m.


El próximo domingo 13 de mayo daremos la BIENVENIDA A LAS CARRACAS, que desde el mes de abril están llegando a sus territorios de cría y prácticamente todas ya están en sus zonas de reproducción por lo que ya es más probable contactar con adultos realizando vuelos de exhibición y cortejo.

En el Aula de la naturaleza de Rambla Salada, la asociación LA CARRACA, propone realizar un taller de dibujo de carracas e ilustración de camisetas para que todos pasemos un rato divertido con los más pequeños. Será de 10.00 a 12.00.

Una rondine non fa primavera

Con il patrocinio del Comune di Monte Castello di Vibio e la partecipazione di alcuni residenti, dal 2016 è in corso il progetto "Una rondine non fa primavera" finalizzato alla divulgazione ed alla raccolta dati su due specie di passeriformi migratori, la Rondine ed il Balesrtuccio. Questa primavera appuntamento a Doglio per una breve passeggiata per osseravare upupe, ascoltare cuculi e rigogoli.  Con un pò di fortuna potremo vedere alcuni rapaci migratori presenti nella zona, il Biancone ed il Nibbio bruno.


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