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World Migratory Birds Day 2017

World Migratory Bird Day, 2017, Diawling, Mauritania

On Friday the 12th May 2017, Diawling National Park celebrated World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) with schools from Ziré Sbeikhat and Ziré Taghrédient, both located on the edge of the park.  The day was celebrated by organisation of field trips for the students, to discover and explore

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World Migratory Bird Day 2017, Bangladesh

WMBD BEDS Signs

Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS) has been working to establish a bridge between human and nature besides biodiversity conservation since the very beginning of its journey as an organization. BEDS has been regularly observing diverse national and international days with honour and pride beside doing different

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WMBD in Colombia II

Birds are free, let them fly!  From the San Miguel School, Colombia

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WMBD at Naturum Takern, Sweden

takern video

  Connecting Schools and Birds along the East Atlantic Flyway 11th may 2017 Naturum Tåkern and Fridtjuvberg school, Ödeshög, Sweden. On Thursday the 11th may, children from grade 5 in Fridtjuvberg school, Ödeshög municipality took part in the event “Connecting Schools and Birds along the East Atlantic

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WMBD Colombia

Liceo San Miguel

GLOBAL BIG DAY, a day when the day birds flew the highest. We borrowed their wings and understood their freedom.  San Miguel School, Colombia

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Connecting Schools and Birds along the East Atlantic Flyway

Connecting Schools and Birds along the East Atlantic Flyway  Background: World Migratory Birds Day (WMBD) takes place every year in early May, to highlight the importance of supporting migration along flyways across the world.  It is coordinated by AEWA, the African Eurasian Waterbird Agreement (see links below).

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