CCB and Birdlife Botswana continue to enjoy collaboration conservation efforts and this time, this resulted in CCB honoring the invitation by Birdlife Botswana to showcase our services at the 2015 World Migratory Bird Day on the 16th May 2015 in Letlhakane village. The celebrations also received representation from different conservation and EE stakeholders from around the District, including Debswana Orapa Mine – Orapa Game Park, students, teachers and the Letlhakane community. The public were encouraged to celebrate and appreciate the diverse or varieties of birds migrating into our country and those already in the country since birds play an important role in the ecosystem such as, beautifying the environment therefore bringing revenue for the individuals in the tourism sector including government. CCB displayed a stall and exchange with the general public on its programmes that promote environmental awareness as well as promoting the protection of the cheetah species in Botswana. Education officer, Ms. Keneilwe Mathaba attended the celebrations on behalf of CCB.