Interactive game in the Dadia primary school

05.12.2014
Discussion with the Dadia students

On 29th of November, we played a game with the 20 students of the Dadia primary school focused on the movements of vultures between Eastern Rhodopes in Bulgaria and Evros region, on the illegal use of poisoned baits, their impact on the vultures and the possible ways to avoid the damages from some animal.

After an introduction we shared roles to the students like shepherd, sheep, goats, shepherd dog, wolf, hunter, hunting dog, ornithologists from Dadia and Bulgaria, Black vulture and Egyptian vulture.

Vultures are feeding on a goat
Ringing of a vulture chick
Ornithologists monitor the vultures
Demonstartion of ringing staff
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