Wysinfo Features:

The phenomena of migratory and other roaming birds

This docuweb looks at how birds fly, the how's and why's of migration, the relation between the study of migration and international cooperation and possible consequences of man's intervention with nature.

It focuses on a variety of birds that fly over the Black Sea/Mediterranean Flyway and the West Asian-East African Flyway. Read more...
Smell and scent, perfume basics and the history of perfume

This Docuweb traces the production and trade of incense and perfume, the famous incense route which brought fragrance from the east to the west, and the design and manufacture of perfume containers, stimulating collectors around the world. Read more..
A window to the charming world of pigeons and doves

This docuweb describes pigeons and doves throughout history. It looks at the columbidae family, pigeon breeding and also relates to pigeons as a nuisance.

A series of videos show two baby pigeons born to the same parents. Read more....
The Dead Sea region - the lowest place on earth

This docuweb describes the geological structure, history, flora growing near this salty sea, indigenous fauna, unique therapeutic properties of the water and environment, the industry, agriculture and future plans for bringing water back to the shrinking sea. Read more....
“All The World Is A Stage”

This project aims to promote the development of video clips, designed for the web, showcasing classic poems or monologues recited by professional or amateur actors. The clips can be made using anything from professional equipment to smartphones. Read more...
The Story of the Jews of Yemen

This docuweb looks at the Jews of Yemen, covering their history which goes back thousands of years in Yemen and culminates in the journey of almost the entire community to the land of their ancestors – the land of Israel.

It describes their relations with local neighbors in Yemen, connections with Jewish communities elsewhere, and also provides a glimpse into their culture and folklore. Read more…