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close this bookIdeas for Action : Save, Recycle and Do Not Pollute (IIRR, 1992, 146 p.)
close this folderWildlife and habitat conservation
View the documentWhat not to do with wildlife
View the documentStop wildlife trade
View the documentMonitoring for the protection of wildlife
View the documentSpecial conservation campaigns for selected wildlife species
View the documentSaving an endangered endemic bird: the case of the black shama (copysychus cebuensis)
View the documentThe making of a sanctuary: the case of the olango wildlife sanctuary (lapu-lapu city, cebu)
View the documentCreation of habitat for birds in urban and rural areas
View the documentBird-watching tips
View the documentWays and reasons for documenting wildlife species and habitats
View the documentDeveloping awareness programs for youth on wildlife conservation

Creation of habitat for birds in urban and rural areas

· A small grassland with few numbers of fruiting trees can encourage the presence of various kinds of birds in cities.

· Domesticated birds like pigeons can be taught to feed in one particular city area.

· Establishing nesting and nesting areas like heavily canopied trees along the sidewalks.

· Putting up nesting boxes in the roofs.

· Planting more flowering and fruiting trees in the backyards can definitely invite birds.

· Construct a mini-house-like shelters to be placed in the midpart of the tree.

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A Technology Information Kit, November 23 - 28, 1992