News Spring alive

Birds in Europe & children in Africa prepare...

Mon, 01/09/2014

In Europe, millions of migratory birds are stirring.

Spring Alive 2014 has arrived!

Thu, 06/03/2014
BirdLife and its Partners in 50 countries are proud to announce the launch of Spring Alive 2014. Now nine years old, Spring Alive brings together children, their teachers and families in Europe, Central Asia and Africa to observe and record the arrivals of five species of migrant birds.

Africa welcomes feathered globetrotters!

Fri, 06/09/2013
This year, the residents of as many as eleven African countries will watch the sky in Botswana, Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria, RSA, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and Zimbabwe and, for the first time, in Kenya, Zambia and Rwanda.

How African school children got ready to drawing...

Fri, 21/12/2012
The preparations for the “My Spring” drawing competition.

Winners of “My Spring” Drawing competition in...

Fri, 21/12/2012
This are the winners of the 2012 maiden edition of the Spring Alive drawing competition for children in Africa.

Launch of the 2012 ‘Spring Alive’ Season in Africa

Wed, 12/09/2012

On 1st of September 2012, (8) African BirdLife International Partners will star

2012: Record-breaking season for Spring Alive!

Fri, 20/07/2012
With the arrival of summer, the 7th season of the Eurasian Spring Alive programme has been completed, characterised by the breaking of a new record and a technological innovation. The campaign now moves to Africa where from September onwards, participants will celebrate the arrival of spring with bird-watching and other bird-related activities.

Spring Alive Launched in Poland

Fri, 15/04/2011
OTOP (BirdLife in Poland), the international coordinator of BirdLife’s Spring Alive campaign, has just launched its national campaign through its ambassador Odeta Moro-Figureska, a well-known Polish TV personality.

Spring Alive 2011 ready to fly, with some bright...

Wed, 02/02/2011
BirdLife and its Partners have announced the start of Spring Alive 2011: a European-wide project that invites families with young children to communicate their first personal observations of migratory birds arriving near their home.