Young people meet in Kırklareli for Bird Migration

Association of Back to Nature Youth and Sport Club organized the Thrace bird migration monitoring camp  on September 7-13 with thirty young participants from different parts of Turkey as a part of the CB005.2.12.108 “Eagles Beyond Borders” project which funded under the second call of the Interreg-IPA CBC Bulgaria – Turkey Programme 2014 – 2020 ,

At the bird monitoring camp held in Kırklareli, experts from the Doga shared information to young participants about birds and bird migration and accompanied them to the bird migration field observation studies.

Together with the young participants, Iğneada Floodplain Forests National Park and Gala Lake National Park were visited and entered into the Species Database observed during the day.

During the camp, both participants had a chance to watch predatory migration and learned about many species of birds in the wetlands they visited.

Experts informing young people about bird migration

Young people monitoring birds from Stranja Mountains

Young participants of the camp monitoring birds from İğneada Floodplain forest bird tower

With autumn our new guests are swans

Before monitoring young people informed about bird migration

Young people recording the bird that they monitored

Eagles Beyond Borders Project

Association of Back to Nature who is the new member of European Green Belt has a new Project “Eagles Beyond Borders” with their project partner Reconstruction and Development Union from Bulgaria.

CB005.2.12.108 “Eagles Beyond Borders” project will be funded under the second call of the Interreg-IPA CBC Bulgaria – Turkey Programme 2014 – 2020

The Project will be carried out European Green Belt region for 15 months. The project focus are eagles with emphasize on the Imperial Eagle – a globally threatened and remarkable “umbrella” and “flag” species. Most of the activities will be carried out in Natura 2000 sites in Southeast of Bulgaria and adjacent areas and such sites will be identified in the Turkish part of the cross border region in Thrace.

About Selçuk Aslan

someone who respects gaia

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