Media Event

Awareness raising through online discussion, digital art competition and developing promotional material for bird conservation

Date: 10th October 2020  

Location: Dhaka

Organiser: Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University in collaboration with SAUSC, BBCF and local Forest Division and Muktir Bondhon Foundation (NGO).

Target participants: Students from universities, colleges and school children, community people, civil society representatives, NGO representatives, birds hunters, Forest Department officials etc.

No. of participants: 500-600

Programme details:

Bird ringing

Another social activity for considering social distancing in coronavirus time and because of the focus on tools that show us birds’ flyways in this year, the Avayeboom Society has made a video clip about what bird ringing is, how it works and showed its bird ringing activities to make people aware of the importance of bird banding.

JMOM sur les ondes du Radio Tunis chaîne internationale (RTCI)

Aujourd’hui entre 12h00 et 12h30 sur Radio Tunis Chaîne Internationale (RTCI): M. Hichem Azafzaf, Coordinateur du programme scientifique de l'Association "Les Amis des Oiseaux" (AAO/BirdLife en Tunisie), avec Mme Mayada Shili autour de la célébration de la Journée Mondiale des Oiseaux Migrateurs (JMOM) sous le thème “Les Oiseaux unissent notre monde”. Soyez à l’écoute afin de découvrir l’incroyable phénomène qui est la migration des oiseaux et les activités de notre association.

World Migratory Bird Day

Publication about migratory birds in Facebook

Instagram Live video about Birdwatching with Kids

Baloot Eco School is celebrating World Migratory Bird Day by hosting a social distancing event through Instagram Live video with professor Parviz Bakhtiari. We are encouraging locals to participate in this social event.

in this event, we will talk about helpful hints for successful Birdwatching with Kids. A good idea is to ask your child to write down all the questions and concerns they have already in their curious mind and then let us know to talk about.



World Migratory Bird Day - Virtual Event 2020

Online event that allow anyone to share and post photos, articles about birds and describe how the birds connect our world and help in raising awareness about these birds. Especially in Egypt

Concurso de Fotografía de Aves: Desde la casa hacia la naturaleza

La Dirección Provincial del Ambiente de Pichincha, celebrando el Día Mundial de las Aves Migratorias, en el contexto de la campaña mundial, establecida por la "Convención sobre la Conservación de Especies Migratorias y Animales Silvestres (CMS)", dedicada a crear conciencia sobre las aves migratorias y la necesidad de cooperación internacional para conservarlas; con el tema: Las aves migratorias conectan nuestro planeta.

World Migratory Bird Day 2020 – EAAFP Virtual Fun Day

This year, most of us might have to stay at home for the World Migratory Bird Day, still it can be fun.  As the theme of World Migratory Bird Day 2020  mentioned “Birds Connect Our World”, and let’s get linked up by migratory waterbirds in East Asian Australasian Flyway! On 9 May, four amazing groups of Artists will bring us an hour of performance on music, visual art, story telling and a flying adventure with the migratory birds, about the stories of our Flyway.

Online Photography Contest

SACON ENVIS Resource Partner is conducting an Online Photography Contest to highlight the importance of World Migratory Bird Day 2020.

First there were feathers...

'First there were feathers...' is a music project by Wendy McNeill that explores our connection to birds.

Drawing from scientific studies, literature, myth, and personal experience, McNeill explores these fascinating descendants of dinosaurs and how their fate is linked to our own.

This event will premiere a short video which introduces the first scene of the project. It also includes a written introduction on the wonder of Migration by Dave Warrington from Valencia Birding.


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