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Cross Border Corporation during the World Migratory Bird Day, May 2013

Cross border corporation is a recent activity for this celebration this year. As you know NGO "FINCH" has celebrated WMBD since 2009 in the Republic of Kosovo so this time we are planning to organize a bird watching session in a well-known wetland near the town of Kukes in Albania. Together with some of Albanian NGOs, Finch will try to join different organization of two countries in one place.

The premiere of the animation "Kliukwa (Cranberry)"

The documentary animation is about the wighte wagtail named Kliukwa (Cranberry). The premiere of the animation is dedicated to World Migratory Bird Day.

TWCS Birdwatching Event

Will be organising wirdwatching event on wetland near Tunis city, A radio spot and interview about the events and migratory birds, mainly waterbirds related to the wetland conservation issues

World Migratory Bird Day

- Séances d'observations des oiseaux avec les écoliers, instituteurs, SSG et pêcheurs; - Concour de dessin des oiseaux, - Publication d'un article; - Discussions avec les autorités locales sur la gestion des ressources aviaires; - Affichages des baderoles.

MONITORING OF MIGRATORY RAPTORS

MONITORING OF MIGRATORY RAPTORS IN ITALIAN APPENINES

World Migratory Bird Day

On May 7, 2014 was celebrated World Migratory Bird Day by organizing educational activities and public awareness. Together with the National College Students Union of Universidad Veracruzana, Teleorman two actions were carried out environmental education consisting of ornithological observations in the Natura 2000 site ROSPA0024 confluence of the Danube River, and a power point presentation with the debate of 2014, and a press media.

Farewell Shorebirds

BirdLife Australia is launching an exciting nationwide event, Farewell Shorebirds, focusing on the fascinating lives of some of the 35 species of shorebirds. Farewell Shorebirds will run from mid-April until mid-May, concluding on World Migratory Bird Day (10 May). Highlighting the captivating story of the shorebirds’ annual global migration from Australia to the Arctic, Farewell Shorebirds will explore why the birds make this incredible journey and how they rely on Australia’s wetlands, coastlines and estuaries for their survival.

Nature Iraq 10th Anniversary

As part of Nature Iraq's 10th Anniversary Festival, we will be celebrating World Migratory Bird Day by conducting birdwatching trips, displaying a photo exhibition, and holding an educational event for children.

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