• Green Korea Incheon 27th Anniversary Event at Songdo Protected Area

    On 31 October, Green Korea Incheon from Ro Korea hosted its 27th anniversary celebration. It is a special event as it combined a marine litter clean-up volunteer activity at Songdo Protected Area. Green Korea is a civil society organization established in 1991 which aims at building a sustainable green society in harmony with all citizens […]

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  • 2020 International Conference on the Restoration of Coastal and Estuary Ecosystems, RO Korea

    On 12th of October 2020, the 2020 International Conference on the Restoration of Coastal and Estuary Ecosystems was held in Yeosan county, Republic of Korea (ROK) hosted by Chungcheongnam-do Province. Coastal ecosystems are one of the major natural assets in the ROK, but human activities such as large-scale agriculture, industrial expansion, and extensive reclamation of […]

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  • China Coastal Waterbird Census Report 2012-2019 has been published!

    Sponsored by the Swire Charitable Trust, the latest China Coastal Waterbird Census Report had been published in September 2020 by the Hong Kong Bird Watching Society (HKBWS)! The report was written by Dr. Chi-yeung Choi, Research Assistant Professor at Southern University of Science and Technology, Ms Jing Li, director of “SBS in China” and Mr […]

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  • EAAFP – 3rd Notification To Partners Of MOP 11

      EAAFP – 3rd Notification To Partners Of MOP 11 Earlier in the year the EAAFP Management Committee and the Australian Government agreed to reassess in October, the potential impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic on the planned EAAFP 11th Meeting of Partners (MoP11) in March 2021. Following communication with the Australian Government and discussions […]

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  • Release of the first book on Yancheng World Heritage

    World Treasure: Wonderful Yancheng Yellow Sea Wetland, The first book on ecology of World Heritage of “Migratory Bird Sanctuaries along the Coast of the Yellow Sea-Bohai Gulf of China (Phase I)” was released on 21st September, 2020. The book was edited by EAAFP Science Unit and CEAAF (Center for East Asian-Australasian Flyway Studies, Beijing Forestry […]

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  • Collaboration on tracking Endangered Black-faced Spoonbill

    The Endangered Black-faced Spoonbill is one of the key species in the East Asian -Australasian Flyway Partnership. The conservation of this globally threatened species had been fostering collaboration and joint actions beyond national boundaries. This year, a joint project between researchers from China and South Korea had been implemented to track the migration of satellite-tagged […]

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  • Colour marking of Bewick’s Swans on the West Pacific Flyway

    The project aims to estimate the survival of adult and juvenile Bewick’s Swans (in some literature considered as Eurasian subspecies of Tundra Swan and considered as separate species in Russia) as depending on marking method.  West Pacific Flyway of the Bewick’s swan connects tundra between Indigirka River in the West (150o E) and Koluchin Bay […]

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  • Celebrating 2020 World Migratory Bird Day in Adelaide, South Australia

    Friends of Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary (FAIBS) in South Australia celebrated the 2020 World Migratory Bird Day on October 10th with a viewing session located between the foreshore and clay pans at Thompson Beach, some 70 kms north of the capital city, Adelaide. With the gift of a perfect spring morning, around 30 birders attended, […]

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  • EAAFP WMBD 2020 #legflagChallenge Webinar – “How can legflags on birds guide conservation”

    East-Asian Australasian Flyway Partnership, BirdLife International and Oriental Bird Club are honored to invite Dr. Nigel Clark, Scientific Advisor to the Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force; Ms. Katherine Leung, Field Ecologist; and Dr. Chi Yeung Choi, Research Assistant Professor, Southern University of Science and Technology, as speakers for this Webinar that aims to raise awareness of […]

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  • Literature list (July-September, 2020)

    1) Biology & ecology Seasonal and population differences in migration of Whimbrels in the East Asian–Australasian Flyway Fenliang Kuang, Jonathan T. Coleman, Chris J. Hassell, Kar-Sin K. Leung, Grace Maglio, Wanjuan Ke, Chuyu Cheng, Jiayuan Zhao, Zhengwang Zhang & Zhijun Ma Flexible Behavior of the Black-Tailed Godwit Limosa limosa is Key to Successful Refueling during […]

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