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WMBD by Earth Conservation Corps

Did a plastics clean up along the Anacostia River. 

Literature, Poetry and Music for the Migratory Birds!

The Hellenic Ornithological Society/BirdLife Greece and the Bookstore "Ianos" invite you to an open event dedicated to migratory birds, in the framework of the World Migratory Bird day.

Participants:

Michalis Gkanas, Poet

Lilly Eleftheriou, Artist

Panagiotis Latsoudis, HOS President of the Board

Ismini Barakli, Writer

Maria Papagianni, Writer

Panos Papaioannou, Singer

Leneta Strani, Writer

Kostas Fasoulas, Songwriter

Bird Photography Workshop

For beginner to intermediate birders – capture the charm of warblers or the majesty of eagles on this Bird Photography Workshop.

Bag the Bruck

The community of Papa Westray collected 150 bags of ocean plastic for World Migratory Bird Day in a beach clean-up covering the whole shoreline of the island. Its' coasts are a Marine Protected Area for the Black Guillemot, as well as hosting important colonies of migrating seabirds and waders, including Arctic Terns, Kittiwakes and Corncrakes.

 

Knowing migratory bird species

Himalayan Nature is celebrating world migratory bird day by organizing bird watching events to local youths of Barakshetra municipality at Sunsari district. This bird wathing and education event is leading by our Kosi Bird Observatory (KBO) trainees. In this event local students will be engaged on bird watching along the floodplains of Koshi River in the eastern Nepal. Koshi is important area for the migratory water birds, raptors and several other species. Additionally we are organizing raptor banding events in the westrrn Nepal to deploy GPS-GSM transmitters.

World Migratory Bird Day Beach Clean Up!

Join us for the 2nd Annual Duluth Audubon International Migratory Bird Day Beach Clean Up! This beach clean up is open to all and will help Duluth Audubon Society continue to fulfill a requirement to recognize Duluth as a Minnesota Bird City! Join us for a fun day outside and learn a little more about both Duluth Audubon Society and International Migratory Bird Day! We will have all the collection materials needed for this event. If you are interested in participating bring work gloves, and we will have a few pairs of gloves for use during the event if needed.

Children's Summer Camp May 2019 commemorating WMBD 2019

Children's Summer Camp May 2019 commemorating WMBD 2019 Educational and Entertainment activities, Awareness on Plastic Pollution, Migratory birds, Nature and Environmental conservation and protection. For Children and their parents. ORGANISED BY : DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK OSMANIA UNIVERSITY, HYDERABAD, TELANGANA, INDIA. IN ASSOCIATION WITH SRI HOLISTIC HEALTH FOUNDATION INDIA & ASSOCIATION FOR PROMOTING SOCIAL ACTION (APSA), HYDERABAD COMMEMORATING : WORLD MIGRATORY BIRD DAY - 11 MAY (SECOND SATURDAY OF MAY) “ WMBD 2019 THEME : PROTECT BIRDS : BE THE SOLUTION TO PLASTIC POLLUTION ! ” On 2nd WEEK OF MAY 2019 At ANGANWADI CENTRE, MAISAMMA BANDA, HYDERABAD, INDIA. For more information: CSCM 2019 & WMBD 2019 Coordinator: +91 970 550 3767, ravindraoudeptsw@gmail.com , https://sites.google.com/view/dosw/ Participation certificates will be provided to the participants. Free Registration. Children's and Parents are invited.

Plant the Town & Beach Cleanup at Bay Ave Waltons Beach Preserve

Volunteers will plant the waterfront flower beds and a team of teen volunteers will help clean up trash and plastic pollution off out towns beach preserve. 

Migratory Bird Day Hike and Beach Clean at Kaua`i National Wildlife Refuge Complex

Help Kaua`i National Wildlife Refuge Complex celebrate World Migratory Bird Day and raise awareness for our feathered friends. This year’s theme is: Protect the Birds: Be the Solution to Plastic Pollution.

Migratory Birds of Lebanon Stamp Unveiling Event

Lebanon is an important country for migration as it is on the second most important migration routes in the world. There are two types of migrating birds 1) Broad front migrants, mainly small-medium sized birds that travel within the same country in a broad front and can cross water 2) Soaring birds – these are mostly larger birds. These birds soar because they cannot flap over large distances; they gain great height from rising air currents, and then gliding down on broad spread wings.

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