A Bird Watching program was held on 5th February, 2018 in Anzali Wetland Environmental Education Center, located in Selke Wildlife Refuge.

This program has been implemented in cooperation with the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adult (Kanoon) Gilan, Department of Environment (DOE), and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), for 33 girl students’ grad 8th of Noor Private Secondary School from Rasht with 2 other staff from these schools, and a Cultural Expert from Kanoon

In indoor activity students received general information about Anzali Wetland and Wetland Ecosystem, the issues and methods of how to conserve the Anzali Wetland through the explanation from Mr. Roshani, DOE Expert from the “Anzali Wetland Ecosystem” booklet, and learnt about different species of birds, mammals, fish and plants in Anzali Wetland from “Lotus” booklet.

Afterward the participated students visited Bird Hide and Bird Watching Tower to observe the wintering birds such as Ducks, Mallards, Egret, Coot, Teals, and etc., in addition visited the wooden walking path.

In this program students watch the plants under the microscopes, and “Life in Anzali Wetland” DVD was shown to students.