Although it may appear that cities are far from being a natural habitat, this urbanised space is home to many animal species. One of them is the common house martin (Delichon urbicum). Its presence affects the harmony of the urban ecosystem, as well as the condition of people’s lives. Unfortunately, in recent years the number of swallows and other birds inhabiting Polish cities has been drastically decreasing. One of the reasons for the decline in the presence of swallows in cities is the decreasing amount of available mud, which these birds use to build their nests.
During the workshops we will make nests for house martins. Each participant will be able to take one home with them and hang it in the chosen place to invite the birds back to their neighbourhood.
7th April 2019, Studio Zakwas, Fandom pl. Grunwaldzki 6/5 Wrocław
12.00 (group I) and 15.30 (group II)
The workshops are also suitable for parents with children.
The number of participants is limited.
Enrolment at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop is run by Dominika Kulczyńska.
The workshops “Nest In!” are organised by the Culture Zone Wrocław as part of the AIR Wro programme and as an accompanying event of the AIR Wro Talks 4.0 conference.