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Bonn, 30 March 2015 - Each year on the second weekend in May, dedicated organizations, governments and people around the world plan events to mark World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) celebrating migratory birds and raising awareness about the need for their conservation. Since World Migratory Bird Day began in 2006, events have been held in 130 countries and this year we hope to reach even more people and organizations to connect and work together towards conserving migratory birds and their habitats worldwide.

Have you already joined the World Migratory Bird Day Thunderclap? Join us and lend your voice to conserve migratory birds and their habitats!

2.4.2015

We are Delighted to Present to You the Brand-new World Migratory Bird Day Website!

After many hours of hard work, we are excited to share with you our newly designed website. Please explore our pages and find all you need to know about migratory birds, this year’s theme “Energy - make it bird-friendly!”, how to take action on World Migratory Bird Day 2015 and much more. We restructured the whole website content and menu – but no worries, you will not miss anything!

30.3.2015

WMBD 2015 Poster is available in seven languages: English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Russian, Italian and German! Download them here. Do you speak another language? Please help us to share the WMBD poster and other materials in as many languages as possible and contact us.

16.3.2015

The theme for this WMBD 2015 is set: "Energy make it bird-friendly!"

Find out more about migratory birds and energy and take action on 9-10 May 2015 to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day!

16.3.2015

Welcome Migratory Birds! Spring is arriving soon. This means birds are migrating from their wintering grounds in Africa to Europe and Asia. Let’s welcome migratory birds after their long and exhaustive journeys. Make your garden or balcony bird-friendly so that the birds will feel at home. Now is the ideal time to refresh your bird identification skills and also to educate and motivate children about the need for the conservation of migratory birds.

5.3.2015

Celebrating World Wildlife Day

On 3 March was World Wildlife Day, a day for celebrating the diversity of wild fauna and flora. On this official UN day, we were reminded of the urgent need to step up the fight against wildlife crime, which has wide-ranging economic, environmental and social impacts. Migratory birds are affected by illegal killing and poisoning particularly on their journeys across borders, requiring international collaboration to ensure their protection along the way.

27.2.2015

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