Event name: WMBD Mongolia
Organizer: Ministry of Environment and Tourism Mongolian, Mongolian Ornithological Society
Summary: With slogan,“ Unifying our voices for Birds conservation” this year WMBD was celebrated by Mongolian Ornithological Society and Ministry of Environment and Tourism of Mongolia with financial support from EAAFP, Clean Energy LLC, Administration of the Buuntsagaan-Orog Basin and Mongolica Co.Ltd on 27 April, 08 and 12 May, 2018.<Read More>
Event name: WMBD Bangladesh
Organizer: Nature Conservation Society
Summary: In Bangladesh World Migratory Bird Day 2018 was celebrated in a colorful way. The main event was conducted in Shunamgonj. On 10th May a colorful rally was organized by Nature Conservation Society with the help of local Forest Division followed by a seminar at Shaheed Abul Hossain Auditorium, Shunamgong. Near about thousand took part in that rally in which most of them were school and college children & haor community people. <Read More>
Event name: World Migratory Bird Day 2018 in Cambodia
Organizer: Department of Freshwater Wetlands Conservation in Ministry of Environment
Summary: Cambodia has been a partner of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) since 2007. EAAFP is a partnership network of countries in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway that conserves migratory birds, their habitat, and people’s livelihood. Since 2006, World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) has been celebrated as an annual awareness-raising campaign on the second week of May. Cambodia, as a partner country, has celebrated World Migratory Bird Day since 2012. <Read More>
Event name: World Migratory Bird Day 2018 – Indonesia
Organizer: UKM HIMPUS (Himpunan Mahasiswa Pecinta Unggas)
Summary: UKM-HIMPUS accompanied the World Migratory Bird Day 2018 with some activities. Activities include awareness raising, photo/drawing competition, seminar, and etc. <Read More>
Republic of Korea
Event name: World Migratory Bird Day 2018 in RO Korea
Organizer: East-Asian Australasian Flyway Partnership
Summary: The EAAFP has been celebrating the WMBD from 2006. In 2018, the EAAFP Secretariat held two major events under the global WMBD theme of "Unifying Our Voices for Bird Conservation" The first event was a WMBD Student Seminar and the second one was a WMBD Reception. <Read More>
Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Event name: The Mundok Migratory Bird Reserve was registered as FNS.
Summary: The Mundok Migratory Bird Reserve which is one of the DPRK’s first Ramsar Sites as well as one of the first EAA Flyway Network Sites. Discussion was held with site staff and members of the local community about the management of the site.
Event name: World Migratory Bird Day 2018 in Philippines
Organizer: Philippines Biodiversity Conservation Foundation, Inc. (PBCFI)
Summary: Philippines celebrated the WMBD in the Negros Occidental Coastal Wetlands Conservation Area [EAAF 135]. The activities include training local communities and waterbird identification and monitoring etc.
Republic of Korea
Event name: International Workshop for Flyway Site Managers from the RO Korea
Organizer: East-Asian Australasian Flyway Partnership, Ulsan Metropolitan City, and Ministry of Environment
Summary: In order to promote EAAFP Flyway Site Network in RO Korea, with the support of the Ministry of Environment and Ulsan Metropolitan City, the EAAFP Secretariat organized the international workshop and training for flyway site managers in Ulsan from 11 to 12, October 2018. <Read More>
Event name: National Consultation Meeting and Awareness Campaign in BangladeshOrganizer: Bangladesh Forest Department (BFD)
Summary: A consultation meeting and ans awareness campaign was held. Migratory birds watching, photo exhibition, bird monitoring, conservation paper presentation etc. on migratory birds and its habitat conservation were conducted.
Event name: WMBD-Welcome to the birds
Organizer: Ministry of Environment of Combodia
Summary: WMBD event was held in the potential FNS, Ang Trorpang Thmor Protected Landscape. The event purposed to promote EAAFP concept and the value of wetlands and the migratory birds. <Read More>