Educational Activity

World Migratory Bird Day 2022

Nature Conservation Society – Myanmar will organize a public awareness talk in cooperation with The Mangrove Foundation (MCF) in Myeik University, Tanintharyi Region. University students and lecturers from Myeik University especially the Departments of Marine Science, Zoology, and Botany will be invited to the event. During the event, the resource person from NCS-Myanmar and the University will give presentations about WMBD, this year theme, wetland, and migratory birds conservation.

Celebration of World Migratory Bird Day through education awareness campaign at the villages near Gulf of Mottama

Gulf of Mottama(GoM), one of the six flyway network sites in Myanmar, was also designated as a Ramsar Site since 2017. This area supports a large number of species including marine fish, invertebrates, and up to 150,000 migratory waterbirds especially during the non-breeding season. The migratory waterbirds include 12 globally threatened species including perhaps 60% of the global population of the the Critically Endangered Spoon-billed Sandpipers. GoM also supports various livelihoods for the thousands of people by providing fish for local and regional consumption.

Décimo festival a Tláloc, San Lucas Xolox, Tecámac, estado de México

Descripción del evento: El Décimo festival a Tláloc, es una celebración que se realiza en el cerro de Xolox, en el municipio de Tecámac al norte del estado de México. Durante la celebración se realizarán pláticas enfocadas a conocer las interacciones que tienen las aves con recursos florales importantes en la región, como es el caso del maguey pulquero (Agave salmiana), que inicia su periodo de floración en los meses de marzo-abril y hasta julio cuando inicia el proceso de producción de semilla.

Bird Craft Workshop

Celebrate Bird Day with us at Gantry Plaza State Park! Drop by to try out our scope, create a bird craft, or make a bird seed creation!

Naturalistic Observatory of Culuccia Island - Discover migratory birds and their habitats in Porto Liscia

Join us to celebrate the World Migratory Bird Day!

The naturalistic Observatory of Culuccia Island invites you on May 14th, from 10 to 13 a.m., to discover the wetland of Porto Liscia, where birds migrating from northern Africa to Europe stop, rest and feed.

The Observatory team will lead a two hours walk to observe the birds and their habitats, then children will create small bird-feeder to take home and put up in winter time.

For more information plase call +39 366 634 5287

Celebrate Migratory Birds! Family Hike

They’re back! Mark the return of many fine feathered friends as we celebrate World Migratory Bird Day with an educational talk and hike for families at the Boyd Woods Audubon Sanctuary. On this walk, led by Kent Center School Science Teacher Josh Szwed and LHAS President Marie Kennedy, we’ll learn about migration flyways, marvel at some migratory champions, and learn how you can help give returning birds a warm welcome! We’ll meet at the parking lot, make our way to the bird blind, and learn about the theme for this year’s World Migratory Bird Day.

USFS & Meeker School District Celebrate WMBD 2022

The United States Forest Service will partner with the Meeker School District to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day for the 20th consecutive year. Mary Cunningham, Biological Scientist on the Blanco Ranger District of the White River National Forest, will present the 2022 PPT presentation to students in grades 4-8 at Meeker Elementary and Barone Middle Schools to explore the theme 'Dim the Lights for Birds at Night'. All students will go on bird walks from 8-10 AM each morning beginning on April 26 through May 12.

World Migratory Bird Day at Steinaker State Park

Come celebrate World Migratory Bird Day at Steinaker State Park near Vernal. Join us for a hike, birding presentation, and dark sky events!

About this event

Steinaker State Park and the Division of Wildlife Resources are hosting an all-day celebration of World Migratory Bird Day on May 14, 2022, at Steinaker State Park near Vernal.


Event schedule


We are primary school "Velešićki Heroji" from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The students and teachers from our school will make a bird-themed multimedia exhibition this year. Several mini projects will be included. We are going to set up a bird exhibition in our botanical garden, organize multimedia workshops and lectures, and engage in DIY activities. Our goal is to raise awareness of our students on the necessity of protecting the migratory birds while familiarizing children with a variety of bird species in their local environment.

Save Light for The Future of Migratory Birds

Aceh has a fairly large coastline, with the eastern part of Aceh bordering Thailand and Malaysia, the Indian Ocean, and Andaman Islands. The strategic location strongly supports the presence of migratory birds internationally along the East Asia-Australasian Flyway (EAAF). From the results of research conducted by Van Mrie & Voous (1988); Crossland (2000); Iqbal et al (2010); Iqbal et al (2013); Putra et al (2019); Iqbal et al (2020), they recorded 42 species of coastal birds that migrated along the east coast of Aceh province.


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