A day painted red against poison baits, for the sake of the Egyptian vulture

30.04.2015
Iasmos Highscool saying wholeheartedly NO TO POISON BAITS

It's the third year that the schools that participate in the adoption of the last remaining Egyptian vultures of Thrace take on inspiring actions. All these actions are accomplished with the collaboration of the Environmental Education Centres of Soufli & Maronias-Sapon.

As in the previous years, approximately 120 students participate from 5 different schools of Evros and Rodopi. More specifically these schools are: the Highschool of Soufli, the Highschool of Tichero, the Primary school of Tichero, the Primary school of Sapes and the Highschool of Iasmos.

This year the actions of the adoption teams will continue the efforts started last year to address the issue of poison baits. The goal this year is to emphasize the urgent need to tackle this practice in the towns and villages of the region.

First stop the Earth Day, 22nd of April. The teams took on themselves to transform this day to Day of Action against Poison baits, asking the residents of their towns to take a stance against poison baits by wearing something red.

More actions, this time in the main cities of the two prefectures, will follow. We will keep you informed!

Iasmos Highscool saying wholeheartedly NO TO POISON BAITS
The students of Tichero’s schools took the streets and the open market of their town dressed in red, with banners & singing!
The students of Tichero’s schools took the streets and the open market of their town dressed in red, with banners & singing!
Students of Tichero shared their own anti-poison leaflets to the citizens of their town
The Environmental Group of Soufli Highschool carries the message in front of the Municipality together with the Mayor
The Environmental Group of Soufli Highschool carries the message at the town’s main square
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