The SOP gives general-interest presentations on birds, and takes part in local events by hosting booths, exhibiting posters and photographs.
The association communicates with the local media by the mean of radio messages and interviews, as well as television reports and appearances.
Under the Monarchs conservation programmes (Tahiti and Fatu Hiva) and the biosecurity programmes (Rimatara, Ua Huka, Tahuata), our conferences and workshops are based on slideshows.
In the course of our Marine Birds protection programme, the slideshow presentation is supplemented by birdsongs audio recordings and a short film dealing with the specific issue of light pollution.
The presentations take place in the classroom and last for about an hour, during which the children’s reflection and involvment are triggered and encouraged.
The speech is adapted to kids’ level and previous knowledge on the matter.
Teachers are provided with educational material.