As EAAFP logo is the most fundamental material to prepare EAAFP-related events like National Partnership Workshop, EAA Flyway Site Network ceremony, World Wetland Day and World Migratory Bird Day, we make it available for Partners to download from our website. The EAAFP Secretariat encourages good use of the logo for your own EAAFP-related event from an international/national/local perspective. If you have any question or other request, please contact us at: email@example.com Important caution on customizing EAAFP Logo: PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR LOGO CANNOT BE USED FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES. EAAFP Logo Guide
The electronic version of the latest EAAFP Information Brochure published in December 2016 is available for download in English and in Korean. All files are in pdf format. Download the Adobe Acrobat reader.
The EAAFP Information Brochure illustrates and explains the history, goal, Partners, Flyway Site Network and current activities of the EAAFP. Please click the following links to check contents before downloading.
We can also send you the actual Adobe Illustrator files (on CD) to help you produce local, translated versions of the poster in your own language. To request the design CD or hardcopies of the brochure please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Incheon Information Brochure, waterbird paradise
The electronic version of the latest Incheon Information Brochure called “waterbird paradise” is available in English and Korean.
This new brochure illustrates key sites of migratory waterbirds in Incheon Tidal Flat with the population of Black-faced Spoonbill, Saunders’s Gull, Chinese Egret and shorebirds. For hard copies of the brochure please contact us at: email@example.com
Here are five major species flyers of Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Saunders’s Gull, Black-faced Spoonbill, Bar-tailed Godwit and Far Eastern Curlew with their general species information and migration. Upon request, the design file of the flyer can be sent to share and customize for local language version. Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for further question.
Black-faced Spoonbill Poster – Most Iconic Bird In Danger
Black-faced Spoonbill is the smallest and rarest of the six spoonbill species and is largely a coastal species, dependent on tidal flats for foraging. The species is listed as Endangered as it has a very small population and its habitat has been shrinking as a result of industrial development, land reclamation and pollution. The birds breeds on islets off the west coast of Korean peninsula, especially Incheon tidal flat, and Liaoning province in mainland China. The three major wintering sites are the Tsengwen estuary of Taiwan, the Deep Bay area of Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland and Hainan Island. The 2015 census recorded a new high of 3,272 birds. Upon request, the design file of the poster can be sent to share and customize for local language version. Please contact us at: email@example.com
Bar-tailed Godwit Poster – Amazing Migration: Almost 12,000 kms in eight days non-stop
Bar-tailed Godwit is a long-distance migrant, flying 30,000 km in the course of the year, which equals the distance of a flight to the moon! A female bird called ‘E7’ with a satellite transmitter in New Zealand made a 10,300 km direct flight from New Zealand to Yellow Sea. Even more astoundingly, she made an 11,700 km 8-day flight from the Alaskan breeding grounds back to New Zealand – the longest non-stop migratory flight ever documented. Upon request, the design file of the poster can be sent to share and customize for local language version. Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Secretariat produced EAA Flyway poster of the Partnership to enhance public awareness on EAA flyway with financial support from Korea MoE (host country) and Incheon City (host city). The poster indicates migration routes of migratory waterbirds and the message about importance of international cooperation in EAA flyway. When a small number of the poster is needed we can post it to you upon request. We can also send you the actual Adobe Illustrator files (on CD) to help you produce local, translated versions of the poster in your own language. To request the design CD or hardcopies of the brochure please contact us at: email@example.com
This report contains the outcomes of the 2011 Global Waterbird Flyways Workshop to promote exchange of good practice and lessons learnt. the 2011 Global Waterbird Flyways Workshops held in Seosan City, Republic of Korea in October 2011 was the first time that these flyway initiatives had come together to share lessons learned from their different approaches, assess their strengths and weaknesses, and so provide a more global view of our flyway conservation efforts thus far. The workshop agreed that establishing a mechanism for continued exchange of experience, best practice and information between flyway experts would have great value. Accordingly, the workshop agreed to establish a “Global Interflyway Network” to fulfil this purpose, to support the implementation of the recommendations from this workshop and to improve collaboration between different flyway practitioners and synergies between the different flyway initiatives globally. This workshop report is the first product of the Global Interflyway Network. please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more
WMBD (World Migratory Bird Day) Posters
The Secretariat reproduces EAAFP World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) poster of the Partnership to celebrate, promote and raise awareness for migratory waterbirds and their habitats yearly with a graphic design support from CMS (Convention on Migratory Species Secretariat) and AEWA (the African–Eurasian Migratory Waterbird Agreement) Secretariat and financial support from Korea MoE (host country) and Incheon City (host city). The WMBDwas initiated in 2006 and is coordinated by CMS and AEWA. As EAAFP is a partner of WMBD, EAAFP Secretariat encourages Partners to promote waterbirds watching & education activities to raise public awareness regarding the importance of waterbirds and their habitats by providing its poster and flyer. The WMBD logo and poster customized for EAA Flyway can be downloaded here in both JPEG and EPS formats. They can be used free of charge and have been produced for the sole purpose of spreading the news about WMBD. To order the design CD or hardcopies of the poster, please contact us at: email@example.com
2016 WMBD theme: Stop the illegal killing, taking and trade of migratory birds
2015 WMBD theme: Save migratory birds and the places they need
2014 WMBD theme: Destination Flyways: Migratory Birds and Tourism
2013 WMBD theme: Networking for migratory birds
2012 WMBD theme: Migratory birds and people–together through time
EAAFP Banner-posters (actual size: width 700mm height 1800mm): Please note that The Partnership banner-posters were produced by the Secretariat with financial and technical support from Partners to enhance public awareness on migratory waterbirds and their habitat in the flyway. We encourage Partners to raise this awareness not only at the international level, but also at the national level by making use of the posters. Upon request we can also send you the actual Adobe Illustrator files (on CD) to help you produce local, translated versions of the poster in your own language. To request the design CD or hardcopies of the brochure please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Please press the following images for enlargement and download here for all 6 banner-posters in English and in Chinese
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10 sticker patterns (Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Nordmann’s Greenshank, Great Knot, Greater White-fronted Goose, White-naped Crane and Siberian Crane, Chinese Crested Tern, Scaly-sided Merganser, Black-faced Spoonbill, Chinese Egret, and Asian Dowitcher). When a small number of the stickers is needed, we can post it to you upon request. Please note that our logo cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Colouring templates of 6 migratory waterbird species (White-naped Cranes, Baikal Teal, Bar-tailed Godwit, Eastern Curlew, Scaly-sided Merganser, and Spoon-billed Sandpiper) developed for the WMBD 2014 by the EAAFP Secretariat.