Educational Activity

Conservation of the Lesser Kestrel in Palestine

Inviting the people, including the universities students and the general public to the important Bird Area in Bethelem District to watch the lesser kestrel and to have an exhibtion photos of the biodiversity in Palestine.

world bird migratory day celebration in Banjul

The workshop will help raise awareness of the participants on the importance of water birds and conservation of their habitats in the country, for tourism and serves as biological indicators for a healthy environment.

The field visit in hunting areas and forests will enable to compare the long term benefit of killing and conserving birds species and their related habitats for revenue generation through tourism. 

WMBD 2016 at Aras Bird Banding, Research and Education Center and Igdir

Igdir Directorate of the Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs, Kafkas University Ornithology Center, KuzeyDoga Society and Igdir University organizes the WMBD 2016 event together in northeast of Turkey with the participation of university students, primary and secondary school students, teachers, local people, GO and NGO representatives and press. The event will take place with the collaboration of Hazar College, Tuzluca Governorship, Igdir Security Directorate, Igdir Provincial Gendarmerie Command, Aralik Municipality and Karakoyunlu Municipality.

Raising awareness to ensure the conservation of migratory birds in the Hadejia - Nguru wetlands and other key sites in Nigeria

General Description of the event and proposed activities:The Hadejia – Nguru Wetlands, designated as a Ramsar site, is one of the key sites that harbours large concentrations of water birds in the west African sub region. During the last water bird counts conducted in January 2016, an estimated one hundred and sixty six thousand four hundred and thirty nine (166,439) water birds were counted; of both resident and migratory.  There were sixty one (61) species recorded in that count..

The birdwatching around Tatranská Lomnica and Kvetnica for the studenst from Slovak and Czech republic

A two-day program for the pupils of primary schools from Poprad, Slovak republic and Roztoky in the Czech Republic will be held by the Administration of the High Tatras National Park on 4 and 5 May.  Both days an excursion with birdwatching and identifying the bird species around Tatranská Lomnica and Kvetnica pri Porade will be realized for students. May 5 after lunch, the students will be in an environmental lab watching movies about migratory birds, including the eagle Anička returning from Africa.

Hands together Towards Conserving and Protecting Migratory birds against Illegal Killing, Taking, and Trading

Wildlife Conservation General Administration the Focal Point of AEWA in Sudan will organize an Educational , Awareness Programme through Scientific Paper Presentations,Plaform Disscution and Birdwatching  Activities in Sunt Forest at the East bank of White Nile in Khartoum State.

There willbe:

-  A brief notes about WMBD Celebration and it's theme for the year 2016 . 

- 6 Scientific Papers as follows;

Birds in Sudan - Now &Future

Conservation of Migratory Birds in Sudan

Conservation of migratory Birds Golabaly

Conservation of birds in Saudi Arabia

Birds bring joys and work as healer to cure health related issues. We are organizing an event in Taif, Saudi Arabia to general public as well as those who have some health related issues.  They will be given information on birds their migration, conservation, people's participation and how protection of birds would bring happiness to people.

 

Public Awareness to Save Migratory Birds - Tanzania

The event will be in two sessions, participants will start by early birdwatching (7.00-8.30am) and afterwards, a workshop at the University of Dar es Salaam. Birdwatching will be led by experienced birders from the University of Dar es Salaam Birdwatching Group, Ministry of Natural resources and Tourism, Wildlife Division, and Bird Environment Community (BECO), an NGO. Birdwatching will be conducted at the University of Dar es Salaam Sewage Treatment ponds and the University thickets which host migratory birds including many orioles, bee-eaters, waders and Madagascar Pond Heron.

Eco Schools World Migratory Birds day commemorations

On teh 10th of May 50 of the 2000 schools affiliated to the environmental education programme in the country wll gatehr at Mukuvisi Woodlands to commemorate the day. There will be edutainmenmt presentations by school children as an awareness raising activity,

 

The theme for th eyear will be send out to teachers whoc will assist children prepare the write ups. The following activities will be done

1. Drawing of migratory birds

2. Speeches and poems on the theme and on the myths and superstitions that lead to bad behaviours on birds.

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