Jóvenes amigos de la naturaleza: aprendiendo sobre aves migratorias

Taller: Aprendiendo sobre las Aves Migratorias.

Con el objetivo de sembrar el respeto por el entorno que compartimos con las aves, en esta oportunidad tuvimos la dicha de estar con los jóvenes de secundaria de la U.E. Santiago Mariño ubicada en Corozopando, Edo. Guárico y los guías de Hato Las Caretas

Hato Masaguaral fue el aula abierta donde pasamos una mañana de aprendizaje y reflexión acerca de las aves, conversamos, pajaremos, y aprendimos sobre la importancia del trabajo en equipo en pro de la conservación de la naturaleza.

Seabirds Monitoring in Jakarta Bay

The celebration of World Migratory Bird Day on Saturday 14 October 2023 was attended by more than 40 people consisting of students, bird watchers and local communities. 

Using 2 vessels, monitoring activities were conducted in the waters of Jakarta Bay. Within Jakarta Bay, which covers an area of 514 square kilometres, the team managed to collect data over a distance of 41.5 kilometres.

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.

MYRIAD. Where we connect. - interactive, expansive installation on animal migration

Animal migration is one of the most vivid examples of the interrelationships and interdependencies that characterise life on our shared planet. As part of the exhibition "Bending the Curve - Knowing, Acting, Caring for Biodiversity" at the Frankfurter Kunstverein, MYRIAD. Where we connect. can be experienced for the first time as an interactive, expansive installation.

World Migratory Bird Day at Eisenhower National Historic Site

Join us at Eisenhower National Historic Site, from 12 pm to 4 pm, to learn about migratory birds on World Migratory Bird Day.  Explore how birds use the lands preserved at the Eisenhower farm during spring and fall migrations.  Join a ranger on a guided bird walk and participate in several hands-on educational activities at our information table.  Explore the grounds that Ike and Mamie loved and embark on a feathered friend scavenger hunt as you tour the Eisenhower home.

Migratory Birds awarness campaign by Exploring Womanhood Foundation

We Exploring Womanhood Foundation, India will spread the awarness through our social media handle. Will talk with people around us also make aware to childerns and youth

Migration bird box exploring

We have recently set up your architect-designed bird boxes to accommodate our migrating birds. The starling has already moved in, in one of them. Now we welcome everyone to an inspiring walk to explore the other bird boxes. At the same time, we will look for plastic and rubbish that has come ashore during the winter, and by doing so contribute to cleaning both beaches and paths.

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Rebirth of Water Birds at Havre de Grace Maritime Museum

Our planet is 71% water, supporting every ecosystem imaginable. Water is life. It doesn’t matter what other elements you have; nothing survives without water for long. Water is fundamental to life on our planet. The vast majority of migratory birds rely on aquatic ecosystems during their life cycles. Inland and coastal wetlands, rivers, lakes, streams, marshes, and ponds are all vital for feeding, drinking, or nesting, and also as places to rest and refuel during their long journeys.

Hill Country Migratory Birding Seminar

Calling all birders! The Wimberley Parks and Recreation Department is hosting the first ever Hill Country Migratory Birding Seminar. The Texas Hill Country is a rest stop for migrating birds such as the Black-capped Vireo and endangered Golden-cheeked Warbler. We invite you to attend this seminar and hear from various speakers about protecting birds, how to cultivate bird-friendly habitats, and so much more! 

Participants will meet at the Wimberley Community Center from 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Online registration required and is a free event. Register at the link below: 


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