Bulgarian graffiti helps birds

This video says about itself:

Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds (BSPB) and 140 ideas made this mural under the project LIFE+ Save the Raptors. Giant graffiti is painted on the wall of the 32th school in Sofia. It is part of communications and education activities under the project aiming to protect globally endangered Imperial Eagle in Bulgaria.

See more here.


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