Birding usually requires us to be quiet to avoid disturbing the birds, so they won’t fly off. Urban birds, however, are accustomed to some noise.
Nature conservation organizations usually offer programs or clubs for children and youth, and offer options for organized activities in addition to bird watching, such as saving frogs, environmental education and conservation, and work days to maintain natural areas.
with Birdlife Malta and sponsored by ZEISS Sports Optics
"Malta, a holiday destination for many, but a country as a life-long naturalist and conservationist, I know it comes with serious baggage. Malta forms a vital link in the journey of migrating birds travelling through Europe into Africa."
Follow Darren Woodhead and a group of ornithologists to Malta, where they spent ten days exploring the fauna of this beautiful island in September 2018. Get inspired by their experiences and take a look at Darren's fantastic paintings.
Marco Sommerfeld has been working for the Carl Zeiss bird station in Hamburg for over 10 years. Always in a good mood, he combines natural science expertise with tireless dedication to the protection of native bird species in an extraordinary way.
Marco has made his passion for the natural and bird world a profession and shares his knowledge at any time with interested visitors in the Wedeler march. In her current article, Michaela Sulz tells us more about his personality and commitment.
The nature conservation organization New Jersey Audubon pursues the goal of early awakening the fascination for the uniqueness of nature through special offers for children. It thus makes a valuable educational contribution to the environmental and nature conservation of the future.
In her recent Nature Blog article, Michaela Sulz introduces the Young Birders Club of the New Jersey Audubon. Michaela shows us impressively how the organization inspires many children year after year for their native flora and fauna by diverse and interesting educational offers.
International Bat Night is already 22 years old. On the night of 25 to 26 of August, it unites all bat observers. With big events bat experts, nature conservationists and interested people celebrate the only flying mammal in more than 35 participating countries.
Now is the best time to observe bats individually or along with many other enthusiasts from all around the globe. Michaela Sulz is fascinated about the beauties of the night. Her current story tells you about some interesting myths of this impressive creatures.
There is a close connection between our wildlife expert and filmmaker Simon King and the nature. Since many years he relies on ZEISS optics to observe the finest details out in the field as bright and clear as possible. His Dialyt optics have served him well for many many years.
Nowadays he uses our Victory SF and Harpia gear. For Simon, the knowledge about nature creates the conditions for an effective protection of our nature as well as our entire world. Learn more about his wildlife experiences in this story and visit Simon King live at this year's Birdfair.
The professional naturalist, tv presenter and author Nick Baker never stops exploring the beauty of wildlife. He takes us on a little journey and tells us how to experience special moments outdoors.
He opens his mind and eyes to observe birds or insects in completely new dimensions. All it takes are a pair of binoculars and a great deal of curiosity. Follow Nick and visit him at this year's Birdfair.