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The importance of the migratory birds "Unifying our Voices for Bird Conservation"

Kuwait Lens Team sponserd by KFAS (Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science) held an event In one of Al-Amiri Diwan's projects, The Habitat Museum, located in Al-Shaheed Park, Kuwait. The Team took a tour inside the Museum and saw all the 3D printed birds samples, then they showcased a short movie they made by them about migratory birds in Kuwait followed by a lecture from Eng. Ali Younis. The lecture was about the air photography by drones and how the use of it could help us study the birds more and in depth. Finally, Prof.

Yellow-breasted Bunting Eco Art Exhibition

Yellow-breasted Bunting (Emberiza aureola) is a small passerine which migrates over 8000 km twice a year between its breeding sites and wintering sites in Asia. Due to over-exploitation, habitat loss and other threats, their numbers have plummeted in the past 15 years. Therefore, they are listed as “Near Threatened” by the IUCN in 2004, then “Vulnerable” in 2008, further uplisted to“Endangered" in 2013, and even to "Critically Endangered" in 2017. If we cannot revert this trend, they may become the next Passenger Pigeon and will extinct in the foreseeable future.

WMBD en la ría de Avilés

día 10: presentación del aula de naturaleza con rueda de prensa y visita guiada para autoirdades y periodistas

día 12:

AM: 9:30 limpieza de basuras en playa y duna / 12:00  encuentro de personas migrantes africanas para reconocer las aves que hau pasado el invierno en su tierra

PM: talleres infantiles, punto de observación de aves 

día 13

AM:  visita de grupo ciclista, talleres y punto de observación

PM: taller infantil y visitas guiadas

Celebration of World Migratory Bird Day on Ulcinj Salina

Center for Protection and Research of birds will celebrate the World Migratory Bird Day by organizing bird watching field trip on Ulcinj salina, one of the most important sites for breeding, roosting, wintering and feeding of birds on eastern Adriatic.

Fourth Annual WMBD Event in Terengganu, Malaysia

For the fourth year in a row, the University Malaysia Terengganu, University Sultan Zain Alabidin and the Malaysian Nature Society Terengganu Branch are joining efforts again to celebrate the WMBD2018, and raise awareness on bird migration and conservation. 

DÍA MUNDIAL DE LAS AVES MIGRATORIAS ANCÓN 2018

El Día Mundial de la Aves Migratorias en Ancón, busca sensibilizar entre el público visitante al parque Central y Balneario de Ancón sobre la importancia de conservar a las aves especialmente a las aves migratorias.

El evento contará con talleres educativos, conferencias y observación de aves. 

La participación es libre! 

Reason for Hope - an event at Rosegg Animal Park

We are celebrating World Migratory Bird Day with an event at Rosegg Animal Park. 

The event program includes info stands, presentations, a guided tour at Northern Bald Ibis aviary, movie screenings, crafts and other activities for children. A talk on reintroduction of Northern Bald Ibis in Europe by Life project and a lecture on bird migration are among other event highlights.

Below, please, find the detailed event program in German:

 

Reason for Hope – Veranstaltung im Tierpark Rosegg

12. und 13. Mai 2018

World Migratory Bird Day in Kosovo

Organizing birdwatching along with an educational activity for children from neighboring schools of Henci/ Radeva Wetland. All those activities will be followed by local and national media.

World Migratory Bird Day 2018 "Unifying our Voices for Bird Conservation" with HIMPUS

     We, UKM HIMPUS - student representation of Veterinary Faculty of Syiah Kuala University, will carry out our second organized event to spread the word about WMBD. In 2015, UKM HIMPUS participated in a WMBD event organized by Aceh Birder. In 2016 - 2017 UKM HIMPUS continued WMBD celebrations as an organizer. So, this year we would like to continue our engagement in WMBD celebrations.

The series of activities that we propose starting in April 30th and then May 13th, 2018 as the peak of the celebration, namely:

World Migratory Bird Day @ Western Great Lakes Bird and Bat Observatory

May 20th - Guided Bird Hikes, Live Raptor Exhibit and Talk, Bird Banding, Native Plant Sale, Ecological Rummage Sale, Fun Workshops for Families, Wildlife Experts, & More! FREE and Open to the Public! Rain or Shine – Food Available

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