Media Event

El viaje de las aves

Un grupo 15 de niños y niñas de 9 a 11 años del proyecto de Ornitología de Programa Ambiental de nuestra institución, ante el anuncio de la fecha, diseñó a manera de cuento infantil, la información de la migración de las aves y luego convirtió el cuento en una obra de teatro
Con esta obra de teatro, que se presentará el viernes 7 de abril a toda la comunidad educativa de la institución.
Se pretende hacer conciencia de la relación solidaria y responsable que debe generarse entre los seres humanos y la naturaleza.

Migratory Birds in Botswana

Different activities are planned:
1. Press release on WMBD in the Botswana media
2. Publication on migrating birds in different magazines
3. Printing of T-Shirts with migratory waterbirds
4. Educational Activity for teachers
5. Information Panels on migratory waterbirds that will be shown in the Gaborone and Maun BirdLife Offices
6. Video show for Biology students in the University of Botswana

Regional Birdwatching for WMBD

Take a group of wildlife club young members and leaders for activities along the National RAMSAR site for Birdwatching and other observations. We will also talk to community members about Migratoy Bird and their actions to help them. At the end children will make drawings of their choice on the theme followed by a picnic on the beach. [We are holding the activity one week later because the weekend of 12-13 May was election Day in Seychelles so not a very good idea to take children out...]

WMBD 2007 Zimbabwe

-Poems by school kids -Presentations by BirdLife Zimbabwe staff and members -Birdwatching

WMBD 2007 in Cameroon

i) -Awareness campaigns on WMBD, wild birds, climate change and African Flyways in schools (primary school, Secondary/High School and University)
ii) -Meeting with an association of poultry farmers to share information on the role of wild birds in the progation of bird flu.
iii) -Search, arrange and distribute handouts related to migratory birds, bird flu, African flyway and climate change
iv) -Press briefing/media coverage/interviews on the role of migratory birds in a changing climate and information on Africa Flyway concept.

World Migratory Bird Day in Landscape and Animal Park Goldau Switzerland

Information for visitors on White Stork, Black Stork, Common Crane, Waldrapp Ibis and Hoopoe.
Media Event.

World Migratory Bird Day on air

We are three EVS volunteers for a media project called mediart in Serres, Greece - Steven Price(Wales) Stephanie Williams(Wales) and Jonas Aberg (Sweden). We work on a radio station called Rodon fm(http://rodonfm.net/v01/)producing and making our own shows. On sunday the 13th of May we will air a live radio show in English about World Migratory Bird Day between 13:30-14:30 Greek time, we also have radio spots that we already have playing during comercials to promote the event.

Big Bird Race at Bongam Tidal Flat-South Korea

We will held a Big Bird Race at tidal flat to watch wader or snipe birds migrated from Australia.

We expect that more than 150 students and people would participate this event to watch migratory Birds and local company supporters for wetland conservations willingly funded to protect the birds.

The student team will be seperated into 12 groups around Bongam tidal flat which is artificially restortated by NGOs and citizens and only suburb area to watch the sensitive and week bird species.

World Migratory Bird Day 2007 in Tunisia

To celebrate the WMBD 2007 Association \"Les Amis des Oiseaux\" (AAO), the BirdLife International Partner in Tunisia, is joining hands with the Regional Activities Center for Specially Protected Areas (RAC/SPA), who is funding the planned events, and the Media Library in Ariana.
The following five events are planned:

Press Information in accordance with migratory birds in collection

On the occasion of the WMBD on 12-13 May 2007 the Dortmund Zoo highlights the threats for three of its bird species caused by climate change. The Zoo will publish a press release with information concerning migratory birds. In this particular case, the White Stork, the Crane, and the Turtledove serve to represent the many other migratory birds facing the loss of their habitats and changes to their migration patterns, which endanger their survival.

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