The free flight of a bird in the clear sky is an eye-catcher that we always watch with admiration. If it is a rare large representative of birds, then the participants are thrilled and full of beans. We also convey this spectacle to our readers through the short video below. The youth who took part in our ecological and educational event also had the opportunity to observe the amazing nature of the Synevyr National Nature Park. The program took place in the open air, near Synevyr lake. Video at the link: https://www.facebook.com/IERS.org.ua/videos/385907770360393
This natural object has been loved by various species of birds since ancient times. The area is excellent for them with a generous fodder base, the presence of a sufficient amount of water, and dense forest. Yes, in the spring there is a mating season for common toads that are everywhere, at every step. These creatures aren’t rare, but they play a significant role in the living of birds that feed on toads.
It is forbidden to fish in Synevyr Lake, but there is an exception for birds, especially migratory ones, who stop here to feed and gain strength for the further long journey. Young people saw a lot of interesting things about Synevyr Lake and the birds that live here. The children willingly responded to the call of the organizers to protect the nature that the Creator gave us.
The Institute of Ecological and Religious Studies expresses its sincere gratitude to Father Mykhailo from the village of Khmilnyk (Transcarpathian region) for his assistance in conducting the ecological educational program.
So let the free flight of the bird on the outskirts of Synevyr become a symbol of Ukraine, the peace which is so desirable not only in Ukraine but in the whole world! So what is the name of the bird we captured on video? This is homework for our readers. We are waiting for answers in the comments.
The event was held as part of the cooperation of the Institute of Ecological and Religious Studies – IERS (headed by Alexander Bokotey) and the German Nature Conservation Union (NABU Bundesverband NABU International ), project coordinator Ivan Tymofeiev, Nataliya Kulya (IERS).
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