This radio spot is informing the general public that the so called traditional practice of bird trapping has turned into a profitable business of millions of euros and is asking the listener to do a Christmas gift to nature and say NO to ambelopoulia. BirdLife Cyprus' dynamic campaign is aiming to have an impact on the general public; to make it realise the ecological disaster that bird trapping constitutes. For December (2012), the Christmas message 'Make a gift to nature, say NO to ambelopoulia' (only in Greek) will be playing on 2 radio stations in Cyprus, ANT1 (102.7 & 103.7FM) and ASTRA (92.8FM). The campaign is made possible thanks to the generous support of the RSPB (partner of BirdLife International in the UK). Read more here: http://www.birdlifecyprus.org/en/news-77-BirdLife_Christmas_anti_trapping_campaign_hits_the_roads_and_radio_waves.html

This radio spot is informing the general public that the so called traditional practice of bird trapping has turned into a profitable business of millions of euros and is asking the listener to do a Christmas gift to nature and say NO to ambelopoulia. BirdLife Cyprus' dynamic campaign is aiming to have an impact on the general public; to make it realise the ecological disaster that bird trapping constitutes. For December (2012), the Christmas message 'Make a gift to nature, say NO to ambelopoulia' (only in Greek) will be playing on 2 radio stations in Cyprus, ANT1 (102.7 & 103.7FM) and ASTRA (92.8FM). The campaign is made possible thanks to the generous support of the RSPB (partner of BirdLife International in the UK). Read more here: http://www.birdlifecyprus.org/en/news-77-BirdLife_Christmas_anti_trapping_campaign_hits_the_roads_and_radio_waves.html