Become birds’ best friend

Over 100 years ago, Bosnia and Herzegovina was the only European country (except Spain and Greece) where all four species of vultures lived. Today, we do not have any. The first Saturday in September each year is the International Vulture Awareness Day, but we will talk about other problems that birds face as well (and we have prepared some fun activities). So, mark your calendars: next Saturday, the square across from City Hall.

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