The Egyptian vultures of Thrace have their faithful protectors

10.04.2018
Presentation in Iasmos highschool (WWF Greece)

At the same time with the arrival of the Egyptian Vulture and for the fifth consecutive year, we started with great enthusiasm our actions for its protection together with the 5 schools that have symbolically "adopted" the few remaining pairs of Thrace. These are the Elementary Schools of Sapes and Tychero as well as the High Schools of Iasmos, Tychero and Soufli in closed collaboration with Soufli and Maronia Environmental Education Centers. At the end of March, about 130 students have been informed about the threats of the Egyptian Vulture and afterwards they took part in interactive games in order to understand how risky the life of one endangered species is. Next appointment on May; the students will proceed with interactive activities in their towns providing the need for the Egyptian Vulture protection. Stay tuned!

Game for threatened species in Iasmos highschool (WWF Greece)
Game for threatened species in Sapes elementary school (WWF Greece)
Presentation in Soufli highschool (WWF Greece)
Presentation in Tychero elemenray school (WWF Greece)
Presentation in Tychero highscholl (WWF Greece)
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