Pollution is affecting migratory birds both by the degradation of natural ecosystems and by the loss of their biodiversity, it is also causing the increase of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, the main cause of global warming that is causing imbalances in migratory cycles.
Migratory birds are bio-indicators of changes in the natural environment, which is why we think it is interesting to take advantage of this event so that children can learn about the way they live and what these tireless travelers bring to us. We will pay special attention to the problems they face, such as the loss of their natural habitat or climate change.
For these reasons we have considered it interesting to include this activity in the Green Week program. This event is mainly aimed at primary school students between 6 and 12 years of age, although it will also be sent to secondary schools in the province.