• Conserving wetlands in Myanmar: Gulf of Mottama is Myanmar’s fourth Ramsar site

    International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Myanmar is home to an extraordinary diversity of wetlands, which include mountainous wetlands; large freshwater marshes and lakes; and coastal mangroves, mudflats and coral reefs. These ecosystems support fisheries, provide clean water, store carbon and protect local people from the impacts of floods, tsunamis and landslides. As such, […]

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  • Enhancing the conservation of wetlands in Myanmar: the government designates part of the Gulf of Mottama [EAAF117] in Mon State as Myanmar’s fourth Ramsar site

    Christoph Zöckler, EAAFP Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force Coordinator Myanmar is home to an extraordinary diversity of wetlands, from mountainous wetlands, large freshwater wetlands and lakes to coastal wetlands like mangroves, mudflats, and coral reefs. These ecosystems provide a wide range of food, water supply, flood protection, and other ecosystem goods and services that underpin local […]

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  • Myanmar

    The Republic of the Union of Myanmar Number of Flyway Network Sites: 6 Member since: 2014 Myanmar became a member of the Partnership in 2014 and houses 6 designated sites under the specifications set by EAAFP. A known non-breeding site for the very rare Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Myanmar covers quite a large area which includes inland […]

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  • Jaringan Situs Jalur Terbang

    Jaringan Situs Jalur Terbang mengacu pada jaringan situs penting – lahan basah – yang digunakan oleh burung air bermigrasi di sepanjang Jalur Terbang. Jalur Terbang Asia Timur-Australasia (jalur terbang) adalah salah satu dari sembilan jalur terbang burung air bermigrasi utama di seluruh dunia dan merupakan rumah bagi lebih dari 50 juta burung air bermigrasi – […]

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  • BANCA’s Annual Report 2015

    Biodiversity and Nature Conservation Association (BANCA)‘s Annual Report 2015 has recently been published. Click here to read it in PDF file. This report includes articles on migratory waterbirds conservation activities in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway: Saving the critically endangered Spoon-billed Sandpiper programme in Myanmar (p.5) The assessment of economic value from the ecosystem service of Moeyungyi Wetland Wildlife Sanctuary […]

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  • Recently joined Flyway Network Sites of EAAFP

    Judit Szabo, Science Officer EAAF114: Dashinchilen Tsagaan Wetland – Mongolia This central Mongolian site is a complex of spring-fed lakes of variable depth and salinity as well as marshes with reed and sedge. It is an important breeding site for many cranes, anatids and shorebirds and a significant stopover sites for waterbirds that breed further […]

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  • Mạng lưới đường bay

    Mạng lưới đường bay này đề cập đến mạng lưới các điểm quan trọng – vùng đất ngập nước – được sử dụng bởi các con chim nước di cư trong suốt Tuyến. Đường hàng không Đông Á – Úc (Đường bay) là một trong 9 đường bay chở hàng chính trên khắp thế giới […]

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  • 이동 경로 사이트 네트워크

    이동 경로 사이트 네트워크 (Flyway Site Network)는 이동 경로를 통해 이동하는 물새들에 의해 사용되는 중요한 사이트 – 습지 -의 네트워크를 가리 킵니다. 동아시아 – 대양주 이동 경로 (이동 경로)는 전 세계적으로 9 개의 주요 물새 이동 경로 중 하나이며 도요 · 물떼새 (오리, 거위 및 백조), 크레인 및 바닷새를 포함한 5 천만 개 이상의 철새 […]

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  • 迁飞站点网络

    飞路站点网络指的重要场所网络 – 湿地 – 通过在整个迁飞路线迁徙水鸟使用。 东亚 – 澳大利西亚迁飞路线(飞路)是世界各地的九大迁徙水鸟的迁徙路线之一,是家庭超过5000万迁徙水鸟 – 包括涉禽,鸭科(鸭,鹅和天鹅),起重机,和海鸟(例如潜水员,鸬,海鸥,海鸥,和海雀) – 从超过250个不同的人群。 目前公认沿着迁徙路线迁徙水鸟重要的国际网站900。 对于每个站点上的更多信息,请点击地图上的位置(不适用于移动网站)。 今天迁飞站点网络 迁飞路线网络站点数:  135  全部的网站列表 国家加入迁飞站点网络数 18 (俄罗斯10,美国2,蒙古11,中国19,朝鲜2,韩国11,日本33,孟加拉国5,缅甸3,菲律宾4,泰国3,越南1,马来西亚2 ,新加坡1,2印度尼西亚,巴布亚新几内亚1,澳大利亚24,新西兰2) 指定场所总面积(公顷):21,957,437.4

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  • New protection for a key Spoon-billed Sandpiper site in Myanmar

    26 May 2017 Christoph Zöckler, Saving the Spoon-billed Sandpiper The government of Myanmar has designated part of the Gulf of Mottama [EAAF117] in Mon State, a key site for Spoon-billed Sandpipers, as Myanmar’s fourth Ramsar site. It’s great news for Spoon-billed Sandpipers and wetland conservation in Myanmar. Myanmar is home to an extraordinary diversity of […]

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