ANIMAL NEWS - Lebanon - Major passageway, home for birds

In animal welfare news, migrating birds are protected in Lebanon. Considerable numbers of our feathered friends, including ones considered endangered, fly across Lebanon twice annually. The non-profit organization European Nature Heritage Fund (or EuroNatur) and the Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon are working together to safeguard the plumed travelers. A mobile bird watching carriage has been set up, and in summer, a Bedouin tent serves as an information center. With cooperation from the Lebanese Ministry of Education, schoolchildren are also being given the facts about the importance of ensuring the conservation of our precious winged co-inhabitants. Our sincere thankfulness, European Nature Heritage Fund, the Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon and the Lebanese Ministry of Education, for your collaborative endeavor. May avian angels continue to grace our skies in safety and joy for countless centuries to come.

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