School pupils from across Malta and Gozo have been rewarded for helping to keep our islands green and clean.
Children from 92 primary and middle schools celebrated their achievements at the annual BirdLife Malta nature awards.
The charity’s ‘Dinja Wahda’ education scheme aims to help children protect and appreciate the environment as well as learning about different types of birds and other wildlife.
The ceremony was held at the Esplora Science Centre in the former Bighi Royal Navy Hospital.
BirdLife Malta has also created a special nature garden at Esplora, which is now open to visitors.
Watch the video, below:
This video sums up the best moments from our Dinja Waħda awards ceremony for this year. Over 200 children and teachers attended for the event which was held on Tuesday. Following a number of presentations and official speeches by BirdLife Malta, Esplora Interactive Science Centre and BOV Club, the awards were handed out in the beautiful setting provided by the belvedere overlooking Malta's Grand Harbour and Valletta!
Publiée par BirdLife Malta sur Jeudi 28 novembre 2019