― Today Birds, Tomorrow Man ―
A contract was signed by the Director of
the Japanese Society for the Preservation of birds, Prof. Dr. Aivas Ragauskas (Vice
President of Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences), and Dr. Petras
Kurlavicius (Professor of Biology).
Among the members present were Egidijus Meilūnas (Ambassador of the Embassy
of the Republic of Lithuania to Japan), Galina Meilūniene (Representative
and spouse to the Ambassador of Lithuania to Japan), Kazuko Shiraishi (Ambassador
of Japan to Lithuania), members of Lithuania’s Ministry of Environment
and Ministry of Agriculture.
From left: Professor Petras Kurlavicius(LEU), Letter of Agreement/ Contract
Vice President Aivas Ragauskas(LEU), Director
Yuzo Murofushi (JSPB), and Ambassador Kazuko
Photograph of attendees Accepting a ball point pen, school handbook and
the university crest from the Vice President
Roughly one year has passed since the signing of the joint agreement. Our Society’s dream of a joint project has taken a firm step toward the conservation and uncovering the mystery of the little tern migratory route. In the future, we would like to improve communication and successfully exchange data as well as our technical know-how gained through research with the researchers from the Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences.
Explaining the Geolocator
February 18, 2015 the Japanese Society for
the Preservation of Birds received a letter of appreciation at the Lithuanian
embassy from the Ambassador of the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania to
Japan for the mutual efforts on building relations in the field of
Lithuanian Embassy in Japan's website
3rd floor, the 10th Tanaka Bldg,
54-5, Wada, 3-chome, Suginami-ku, Tokyo #166-0012,