To completion of 2016 in Feldman Ecopark summed up the results of the All-Ukrainian “Eat&Fly” challenge – over 3 500 people managed to take part in the campaign more than in a month.
The geography of the kind heart challenge took a step for borders of the Kharkiv region. In addition to active residents of the region (The Kharkiv district, Kharkiv, Lozova, Pervomaisk, Balakliia and others) creative birdfeeders were also made in Poltava, Zaporizhia, Kiev, Vinnytsia, Odessa, Lviv, Chernivtsi and other cities. The campaign’s participants were: journalists, bloggers and volunteers, employees of various educational and charitable institutions, students, kindergarten nurselings, pupils and their parents, and also active residents of our country – the share didn’t deprive of attention representatives of various professions and age categories.
“Summing up the results of the “Eat&Fly” campaign, we hope that it will become termless and people will surely carry on a good tradition of birdie feeding in the cold time, – the director Feldman Ecopark Andrey Roshchupkin told. – Besides, we are sure that the challenge had not only environmental, but also educational direction – many people learned what better to feed birds, what material to build birdfeeders of and, the main thing, – the animal care requires not so much time and efforts as could seem at the first sight, and this is within the power of everyone. Thanks to all Ukraine for the responsiveness and kind heart! We promise that we will continue to unite the country around the major mission –the nature salvation!»
It should be reminded that Eat&Fly challenge, directed to help the birds wintering in Ukraine, started on November 30. The good deeds baton takes place in social networks: Instagram, VKontakte, Facebook. For participation in the share creative gifts from Feldman Ecopark – a bright cup on which design the whole team of young and ambitious designers worked.
Let’s note that in order the participants of the challenge could easily cope with laborious work, the Feldman Ecopark weekly issues interesting master classes in birdfeeders making on the YouTube channel.