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Children across Africa unite to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day

Date posted: 
Thursday, September 20, 2018

A chain linking schools across Africa celebrated World Migratory Bird Day

Bird watching in Djouj National Bird Park, Senegal

Just as birds fly the length of Africa on their migration, so the love of birds forms a chain linking different schools in different countries across the continent. On the 12th of May, each school celebrated World Migratory Bird Day in their own unique way. Here are just a few of the sites and ways in which they celebrated:

Kallisaye Ornithological Reserve, Senegal.

Rusizi National Park, Burundi.

Transboundary Biosphere Reserve, Senegal River Delta.

ODZH in Guinea Bissau

A fascinating seminar on "The Bird in Tunisia's Heritage".

Ivory Coast promoted the AfriBiRds Project.

Bangr-Weoogo Urban Park, Burkina Faso

Full details of this wonderful celebration can be found here

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