Dubai Municipality observes World Migratory Bird Day
Express News Global
Distributed Thursday, May 11, 2017
Dubai: Dubai Municipality commended the World Migratory Bird Day yesterday by sorting out a symposium for authorities and instructive foundations over the UAE.
“Dubai is home to numerous nationalities and societies and it additionally has numerous types of transitory feathered creatures that have cherished and settled in Dubai,” said Alia Al Harmoudi, Director of the Environment Department at Dubai Municipality.
She clarified that the fate of the flying creatures is vital for natural life as well as for the group as it can emphatically influence tourism, wellbeing, farming and different assets that bolster the occupations and prosperity of mankind.
Al Harmoudi focused on the significance of the World Migratory Bird Day in light of the fact that the winged creatures assume a vital part in supportable improvement in Dubai. “The topic this year is ‘Their Future is Our Future – A Healthy Planet for Migratory Birds and People’, which is firmly connected to the Sustainable Development Goals received by UN part states in 2015 as an arrangement of activity for individuals, planet and success, and Dubai is at the bleeding edge of accomplishing these objectives,” she said.
Al Harmoudi included that since 2007, Dubai Municipality has been observing World Migratory Bird Day by sorting out workshops, courses, presentations, field visits, rivalries and different occasions.
She said the subject highlights reasonable improvement and its part in saving untamed life and the relationship of individuals and nature, the significance of supportable administration of our normal assets, and it likewise underlines that the preservation of winged creatures is basic to the eventual fate of humankind.
“The topic of the event likewise highlights Dubai’s Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, which has numerous transitory feathered creatures with an attention on eight animal groups and their hazardous movement way. These are the Greater Spotted Eagle, Black-Tailed Godwit, Osprey, European Turtle Dove, Blue-Cheeked Bee-Eater, Greater Flamingo, Mallard Duck and Sooty Falcon,” said Al Harmoudi.
Aisha Al Muhairi, Head of Natural Resources Protection Section said that the UAE has numerous types of flying creatures, generally transitory winged creatures. “The connection between transient winged creatures and individuals is related as they share one planet and its restricted assets, so ensuring these feathered creatures amid relocation is of incredible significance,” she said.
“By observing World Migratory Bird Day, Dubai Municipality will bring issues to light about the requirement for practical administration of our regular assets and the significance of saving feathered creatures to guarantee the fate of humankind,” Al Muhairi said.