Atelier Teymur Rzayev First Digital Climate Change Art Show



The inspiration behind the theme of the art show was a culmination of the body of work of like-minded Climate Change Artists at Atelier Teymur Rzayev that corresponded to the issues Selva Ozelli raised/addressed in her Climate Change based article series:

Birdwatching at Barvi Dam, Maharashtra, India

Birdwatching event planned at Barvi Dam, Near Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Also we will be writing an article in Maharashtra Times Newspaper about migrants.

Virtual eco-tourist tour in Ghar El Melh

Birdwatching and eco-tourism "go hand in hand" and when migratory birds are "on the menu" it becomes really interesting. Let us take you for an eco-tourism tour organized by the Association "Les Amis des Oiseaux" (AAO/BirdLife in Tunisia) and its local partners within the framework of the GEMWET project in Ghar El Melh.

Sebkhet Sejoumi Virtual Migratory Bird Race

Staff and members of Association "Les Amis des Oiseaux" (AAO/BirdLife in Tunisia) love birds and love to see as many of them as possible and ideally many differents species. Sebkhet Sejoumi is exactly the urban wetland that allows you to see many migratory (water) bird species in one place. On the 17th of October a small team of AAO/BirdLife in Tunisia field observers will share with you virtually what they see during a half day survey visit in this Ramsar wetland.

Our birds connect us

A series of mini-webinars organized by AAO/BirdLife in Tunisia
Highly diversified, all bird migrations have points in common, including the ability to connect. But connect what, who and how? This is what Association "Les Amis des Oiseaux" (AAO/BirdLife in Tunisia) will make you discover through a series of mini-webinars broadcasted between October 10 and 31, 2020 on Zoom and on Facebook. Just follow AAO/BirdLife in Tunisia on Facebook to discover bird migration in Tunisia and how our feathered friends connect countries, continents and friends of birds and Nature.

On the Wings of a Godwit

A musical journey to the ends of the earth and back...

The Bowerbird Collective, in collaboration with artists Kate Gorringe-Smith (The Overwinting Project) and Alfira O'Sullivan (Suara Indonesia Dance), presents 'On the Wings of a Godwit'.

An online performance celebrating World Migratory Bird Day, supported by the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership and Burung Indonesia, this is an unmissable 20-minute audio experience premiering on October 10, 8pm AEST, 6pm UTC, 5pm WIB.

Two versions, one in English and one in Indonesian:

Celebrating World Migratory Bird Day 2020

Dubai Gem private school celebrated world migratory bird day on the 7th of October in order to raise awareness about the need to conserve birds and their natural habitats. This initiative was led by the students of year 13 who then went on to educate the younger grades about this crucial matter. Amongst other things, the students were taught about the origins of this day, and the reasons for its celebration. This was followed by numerous educational activities such as a word scramble and a quiz competition which the students thoroughly enjoyed, and actively participated in.

Birds connect people along the East Atlantic Flyway

In October 2020, BirdLife Partners along the East Atlantic Flyway are celebrating in collaboration with different institutions the World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD), a campaign to raise awareness of migratory birds and the need for international cooperation to conserve them. The East Atlantic Flyway Initiative is giving a tone to the partners and countries that are celebrating the event in the framework AEWA and CMS, and the global celebration of migration, bird and birding organised by BirdLife International.

The Objectives of the webinar organised by EAFI are:

Por qué son importantes las aves

Cuando los pájaros viajan, toman las semillas que han comido con ellos y las dispersan a través de sus excrementos. Traen las plantas de vuelta a los ecosistemas que han sido destruidos, e incluso llevan las plantas a través del mar a nuevas masas de tierra.

Las aves han ayudado a dar forma a la vida vegetal que vemos a nuestro alrededor, y en todo el mundo.

Salvando a las aves migratorias: historias de éxito en América

Las aves migratorias no reconocen las fronteras internacionales. En el hemisferio occidental, 350 especies migratorias dependen de hábitats muy específicos que se extienden a través de 42 países desde el Ártico hasta el extremo sur de la Argentina. 


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