Date: Saturday, 7 October 2017
Time: 19:00 – 02:00
During this night, the old streets, churches, historical sites, and museums of Valletta will host exhibitions, local artists, workshops, and concerts until the early hours.
BirdLife Malta will be participating to promote a culture of socio-environmental awareness among the general public!
As we shall do at Science in the City a week before, our stand will focus on bird migration and the scientific work we do to monitor this phenomenon using advanced technologies such as satellite-tagging, but also through our bird ringing scheme. During Notte Bianca 2017 we will be presenting our Turtle Dove satellite-tagging project, an applied case where the latest technology of telemetry is used to monitor and track these wild birds for effective actions in order to assist in their conservation for the future.
Apart from showcasing our work, we shall also have interactive games and activities related to the tracking of migrating birds such as Turtle Doves and Malta’s seabirds, together with interesting details about the biology of bird migration.
Care about the environment and meet new friends…offer/ask for a lift!
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More info on: www.nottebianca.org.mt