Saudi Arabia celebration on world migratory bird day under the slogan of " Water: Sustaining Bird Life" 2023

Saudi Arabia will celebrate the world migratory bird day under the slogan of " Water: Sustaining Bird Life"2023. The event will be accompanied by Saudi Arabia celebration on bird migration in October 2023 through the National Center for Wildlife's social media platforms, and an online seminar to showcase the importance of the Water in Sustainability of Bird .Life, in addition, the celebration will present the role of the center and national partners in conserving migratory birds

Aves migratorias en mi comunidad

Migratory birds in my community

Our event consists of a series of activities beginning with a film screening in the evening. The next day in the morning there will be a bird watching activity, followed by a photographic exhibition entitled "the birds of my community". The celebration of World Migratory Bird Day will end with an art illustration activity where attendees will be able to draw and color the bird of their choice.

Water: sustaining bird life

On May 12, 2023, the NGO "Tinerii si viitorul" in partnership with Environmental Protection Agency Galati organizes the activity "Water: sustaining bird life".

The participants, organized into work teams, will make ornithological observations and identify bird species with the help of binoculars, at secondary school "Ion Creangă" in I.C. Brătianu locality, Tulcea county, located on the right bank of the Danube.

The activity will continue with the viewing of thematic films, and at the end the participants will create the image of a bird with their bodies.


WORLD MIGRATORY BIRD DAY 2022 CAMPAIGN by GREEN CARE SOCIETY INDIA on IMPACTS OF LIGHT POLLUTION FOR BIRDS from 08 - 22 October 2022 through online and offline conferences, webinars, competitions, awerness and awards. Dr. VISHWANATH PANIGRAHI, Founder & President, Green Care Society India. Mr. AMUJURI BISWANATH, Director & COO, Green Care Society India.

Become part of the solution - Dim the lights for birds at night in the wider Wadden sea region.

The short animated video explains how articifical light at night (ALAN) can be problematic for many migratory bird species. By illustrating ways to reduce the intensity of ALAN the video wants to encourage everyone to help minimizing the impact of light pollution on migratory birds. 

Awareness of elementary school children through visit school and art drawing competition

The eastern coast of North Sumatra is one of the most important wintering locations for some of the shorebirds on the East Asian-Australasian flyway. One of the locations is on the Batubara regency coastline, which is known as an important site for Nordmann's Greenshank (Putra et al. 2021), Great knot, Far-eastern curlew, Asian Dowitcher, curlew sandpiper, Bar-tailed Godwit, and others shorebirds. Limited information on shorebirds migrating in this area, causing threats to birds, such as hunting. Based on our observation, there have been several bird hunting in this location.


We will gather at Horta´s publc library to watch Chris Jordan's film Albatross -

A wonderful depiction of the life of these magnificent birds and the peril they face.

Celebración del Día Mundial de las aves migratorias en la Sierra Gorda

This is the first festival celebrated at the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, the program will be aimed at all ages. Opening with birdwatching in a Ramsar Site "La Presa Jalpan", then a photographic, and artistic exposition (drawings and sculptures made by children and youngsters), conversation with experts on the subject, and finishing with a documentary about birds.

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.

Conociendo a las aves de mi comunidad

Se realizaran actividades dirigidas a público en general a una colonia de la ciudad de Chilpancingo, con el objetivo de generar conciencia sobre la importancia de las aves en nuestras comunidades, su conservación y amenazas. Con enfásis en las aves migratorias que visitan nuestra comunidad, visibilizando las problemáticas a las que se enfrenta en su viaje durante su migración.


1. Proyección de cine-documental

2. Exposición fotográfica

3. Recorrido de observación de aves en la comunidad



Subscribe to RSS - Movie