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Nature News SPNI announces webinars in English to help get you through COVID-19 April 6, 2020 To help get you through the COVID-19 Crisis SPNI is putting on a range of lectures in English. We're aiming to have one of our expert... Re

What We Do

What We Do Taking a multi-dimensional approach SPNI utilizes several departments:    The Environmental Protection Department is involved in pioneering research projects and developing a body of knowledge that is used to drive SPNI’s activities and to create sustainable s

Birding Centers

Birding Centers Find out more about IOC Birding Centers

Community Education Field Schools

Community Education Field Schools Ma'agan MichaelEvery Spring and Autumn, hundreds of families from all over Israel arrive every weekend at SPNI's Ma'agan Michael Field School, along the Mediterranean coastline, at the foothills of Mount Carmel, for unique birding and environmental tour


Action As Israel's oldest NGO, and with its membership base of over 100,000 Israelis, SPNI has a reputation for achieving important environmental victories. SPNI has five Focus Areas: Education Environmental Protection Urban Environment Eco-Tourism Birding   CSPNI is currently fo

Join our current events and get involved...

Join our current events and get involved...                                             Join CSPNI for a Guided Walk in Cedarvale Park on Sunday May 28, 2017 at 10 am Pleas

Hula Valley Bird Fesitval

Hula Valley Bird Fesitval   The 7th Hula Valley Bird Festival  19/11/2017 - 26/11/2017  he Hula and Negev fall migration Festival is definitely one of the “not to be missed” events on the International Birding calendar. The combination of great weather, fantas

Birdlife - the Israel Ornithological Center of SPNI

Birdlife - the Israel Ornithological Center of SPNI Israel lies at a bottleneck along one of the world's most important migration flyways. Twice a year, 500 million birds are funneled over Israel; most are on their way back and forth from their nesting grounds in Europe and Asia to thei

Jerusalem Bird Observatory

Jerusalem Bird Observatory The Jerusalem Bird Observatory - JBO, houses one of many national bird-ringing centers. Together with the active ringing station, it serves as an ideal tool for conservation studies and research that monitor bird populations. Birds&nbs

SPNI Launches New Website

SPNI Launches New Website March 31, 2013 We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website, This new site unites the websites of the American SPNI, the Canadian SPNI, and SPNI in Israel. Users can visit their country sites by clicking on the di

Jerusalem: Yom Ha'atzma'ut Activity- Bird Ringing

Jerusalem: Yom Ha'atzma'ut Activity- Bird Ringing Tuesday, April 16, 2013, 6:00am - 10:00am Jerusalem Bird Observatory Speaker(s): Bird Ringing Contact: Alen Kacal, 02-653-7374, The Jerusalem Bird Observatory (JBO) invites you to expe

Birding in Israel

Birding in Israel Birds of IsraelIsrael is well known as being one of the best sites in the world to enjoy migration. Millions of migrants from hundreds of species pass throughIsraeltwice a year, making it one of the world's busiest and most impressive flyways. Besides being a terrestri

Injured Egyptian Vulture rescued in cross-border effort

Injured Egyptian Vulture rescued in cross-border effort April 23, 2013 In a covert nighttime international operation, an injured and endangered Egyptian Vulture was brought across the border from Jordan to receive treatment and rehabilitation. The bird was injured just two week

Eilat Birds Festival

Eilat Birds Festival 11th Annual Eilat Birds Festival -19/03/2017 - 26/03/2017  The Eilat Birds Festival is back! We thank our supporters and friends and promise to keep providing birders with the best value package for birding Eilat and southern Israel available today! The Eilat

JBO News: Golden Orioles in the Golden City

JBO News: Golden Orioles in the Golden City May 13, 2013 This spring there has been an amazing number of the beautiful Golden Orioles migrating through Israel.  Here at the Jerusalem Bird Observatory we usually count ourselves lucky to ring one or two of these fantastic bi