Batumi Raptor Count 2013 Youth Projects



Batumi Raptor Count 2013 Youth Projects In cooperation with Young Biologists Association NGO and Acopian Center for the Environment Are you from Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan or Turkey? Are you between 16 – 30 years old? Do you love nature and do you like to be active outdoors and to learn more about the birds and biodiversity of your region? Then why not join up in one of the youth projects at Batumi Raptor Count in 2013? Batumi Raptor Count is offering two youth camps in 2013 and we want you to be part of it! First is a youth camp working around birds and biodiversity in general, and a second camp is working more specifically around environmental education. During a BRC youth camp you will enjoy countless hours in the field with young biologists and environmentalists from across the world in a nice group of up to 20 other young people from your (neighbouring) country. We invite you to learn more about the birds and animals that live in the Caucasus together with us, to discover what kinds of problems they face and what we can do to give them a better future! With more than 40 students joining in youth projects at Batumi over the past 5 years, BRC has all the experience you want to give you an unforgettable experience with the millions of birds travelling by the Black Sea coast! We offer you a varied and exiting program with a lot of fun outdoor activities and a great intercultural experience with young people from all over the Caucasus and the rest of the world. The 2013 Youth Projects are offered free including accommodation and food during your stay and your transportation to and from Georgia. Participants are expected to travel to Georgia by public transport (bus or train). Detailed descriptions and practical information can be found at We hope to see very many of you enjoying the beautiful nature and epic bird migration of Batumi together with us very soon! Additional information about the Batumi Raptor Count can be found at or for more info about the education program via email at

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