• 2022 Black-faced Spoonbill Birthday Party in Namdong Reservoir, Ro Korea

    In recent years, Black-faced Spoonbill (BFS) have come back to breed on the small artificial islets in Namdong Reservoir, Incheon, Ro Korea, thus becoming a flagship species for Incheon. To raise awareness to the general public about migratory waterbirds, especially the key species Black-faced Spoonbill, on 21st May 2022, the Incheon Black-faced Spoonbill Network hosted […]

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  • Mark Barter Travel Award and Australasian Shorebird Conference 2022

    Following the announcement of the Australasian Shorebird Conference (ASC) organized by Australasian Wader Study Group and Queensland Wader Study Group, to be held virtually on 29-30 October 2022 (link), please mark the date and stay tuned for further information about the program, registration arrangements, and call for abstracts will be forthcoming in the near future. […]

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  • Youth Think Tank Competition for EAA Flyway – 2nd Training workshop

    On 28th – 29th May, the Youth Think Tank Competition in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF) engaged youth participants with a webinar and in-depth training workshop on Engaging Local Communities in Conservation of Migratory Waterbirds and Wetlands. One in a series of workshops that aims to build capacity for young conservationists on wetland and migratory […]

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  • YSFAC X EAAFP PROJECT 2022 Bird Meets Arts 2nd Education Program

    On 11th June, the second public event of the education program of 2022 <Bird Meets Arts> proceeded successfully. The artist, Mr. Yang Kura, as an instructor, led this wetland cleaning event to collect garbage that is to be used as the materials for the participatory artwork in Aam Island Coastal Park in Incheon, RO Korea. Before the […]

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  • Updates of worldwide Avian Influenza situation by FAO/EMPRES-AH (Mar 2022 – Jun 2022)

    FAO/EMPRES-AH is constantly monitoring the avian influenza situation worldwide and compiles information from multiple national and international sources as well as peer-reviewed scientific articles. Close collaboration with country and regional offices, the implementation of avian influenza field surveillance projects, and networks of expertise like OIE/FAO’s OFFLU (www.offlu.org) provide access to timely information on outbreaks, surveillance […]

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  • Announcement of 12th Australasian Shorebird Conference

    The 12th Australasian Shorebird Conference will take place from 29-30 October 2022, hosted jointly by the Australasian Wader Studies Group and the Queensland Wader Studies Group. We are pleased to announce that the Conference will be an online event, in hopes of encouraging broad participation from around Australia and across the East Asian – Australasian […]

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  • First joint public lecture of 2022 to promote migratory waterbirds and Art in Incheon

    On 18th May, the first public lecture of the education program of 2022 <Bird Meets Arts> proceeded successfully. Launched in 2021, the  <Bird Meets Arts> has been a cooperative project between the EAAFP Foundation and Yeonsu Foundation for Arts and Culture (YSFAC) which is located in the Incheon, Republic of Korea, the host city of […]

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  • Thailand is preparing to propose Bangpu Nature Education Center as Flyway Network Site

    Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP) of Thailand, in collaboration with the Foundation for Environmental Education for Sustainable Development (Thailand) (FEED) and TOYOTA jointly work on designating Bangpu Nature Education Center, Samut Prakan Province as a Ramsar site and East Asian – Australasian Flyway Network Site. Bangpu Nature Education Center is […]

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  • Masked Future

    The article I wrote, ‘Are the Masked Boobies Home for Good In Tubbataha? A rollercoaster ride on the wings of hope’, was published at the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership website in 2020.  It was filled with hope and a smattering of apprehension and despair.  Then, I was confident that we would see the resurgence of […]

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  • Baer’s Pochard and Ferruginous Duck at Chukh Lake, Northeast Mongolia

    The Chukh Bird Research Station (CBRS) is located on the northern shore of Chukh Lake in northeastern Mongolia. CBRS aims to carry out long-term and sustainable monitoring on breeding and migratory shorebird populations of Chukh Lake, and conduct ecological and biological studies of the lake and its biodiversity, to define model management. Critically Endangered Baer’s […]

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