Republic of Korea (South Korea)



  • Number of Flyway Network Sites: 11
  • Member since: 2006

South Korea has been a Partner since 2006 and to date houses 11 Flyway Network Sites, designated under the specifications set by EAAFP. South Korea’s importance for Key Species of EAAFP includes breeding habitat for Black-faced Spoonbill, Saunder’s Gull(only in Songdo, Incheon on the west coast) as well as staging for many other migrating waterbirds.

  • Incheon, in the Republic of Korea, hosted the Third Meeting of Partners, in November 2008. Read the report here.
  • Songdo, in the Republic of Korea, hosted the Fourth Meeting of Partners, in February 2010. Read the report here.

Flyway Network Sites in Country

Click on a wading bird marked on the interactive map below to reveal information about the Flyway Network Site.

South Korea (PDF of 11 sites)  


Korean Red List: data on Endangered Wild Species and national Red-listed Species

For resources and information in Korean, visit the Korean Language Pages.

For pages and posts on the EAAFP site related to South Korea follow search: Korea

EAAFP Incheon-Gyeonggi Ecoregion Task Force Report

EAAFP recruited Incheon-Gyeonggi Task Force for the conservation and restoration of habitats and awareness raising.