Educational campus – Hashiryon Association finished building the Educational campus, which began operating in May 2005. Inside the Campus there are 44 guest rooms (244 beds) and a complex of classrooms. IDF undertook 35,000 overnight stays per year, and the educational campus aims to attract a similar number of overnight stays of nature enthusiasts, students, bird-watchers from abroad and Jewish youth groups, who will deal with legacy issues and birding. Inside the Campus there is a Birding class, computers and Internet.
Computer and Internet Class – A Computer and Internet class was established with 60 seats and 15 - computers. The class is used for both student and teacher courses. The class is also used for soldiers taking part of an education series, and receives about 36,000 visitors a year.
Nature and the Environment Defense Forces Class - In cooperation with Hashiryon Association, it was built with the assistance of families Unna and Hagar, in memory of their children, parents and Michael. The computerized class deals with understanding conflicts between the military and the environment and nature, and how to preserve them.
Resources – At Latrun migration center, resources were mobilized to build the Birding Complex next to the, which will include a built area of 3,200 square feet. All educational campus buildings are the called after names of birds, and every building is dedicated to a series of birds, such as the eagle house for birds of prey.
Weather and bird tracking Russian radar station MRL-5 - The radar station was brought from Moldova and placed on the site in 1997. The station was adapted for bird research. Beginning in Spring 2000 analog pictures were transferred as digital images through fiber optics and these pictures are now being transferred in real time to the classroom at the site, the Air Force Command and the internet.
Seven months of the year, a team of immigrant ("Olim") scientists lead to subject, under the direction of Dr. Leonid Dinevich, financed by Mfa'at.
Russian research radar MRL-5, used in Latrun since 1997. The immigrants ("Olim") scientists, seen in the picture in front of the radar, are running it. The radar dispenses real-time alerts on flocks of birds flying to the Air Force.
Armored Formations and Birding Route Park – The primary planning for the birding route is finished. The route will take 80 out of the 190 acres of armored formations forest, covering the west and north of Hashiryon site. Bird attracting trees and shrubs will be planted in the track, a system of pools and hiding places for bird-watchers will be developed, and an exhibition of bird sculptures will be from the works of sculpture around the world. The park is designed in cooperation with the "Yad Lashiryon" Association, Israel Government Tourist Cooperation, and KKL.
Personnel and Budget – The International Center for the Study of Bird Migration is currently working on a staff of about 15 people – including immigrant scientists, educators, graduate students and administrators. The team is funded with the budgets of Tel Aviv University and SPNI. The center's annual budget stands at about 2.5 million Shekel.