The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
Mai Po has seen tens of thousands of migratory birds flying over every year. Migratory birds play an essential part in connecting ecosystems and keeping nature healthy. However, the population of migratory birds along the flyway has been declining over the years, highlighting the importance of identifying and protecting their critical habitats. Your help is needed to raise awareness on the importance of securing their wintering and stop-over sites and protecting these precious migratory birds.
Bird Migration Education Design Team
Now let’s get designing! For this action, we offer a diversity of knowledge and skills for you to discover, ideate and even a chance to create your own educational material (e.g. storybook/ video/ games) related to bird migration with a group of like-minded people to life. We can’t wait to see your creative ideas!
What you can get from this action:
・Gain more knowledge on migratory birds and learn the importance of satellite tracking and Mai Po wetland
・Be a conservationist! Get involved in local conservation and environmental innovation work
・Meet friends with similar interests