• Green Choi’s donation has been successfully delivered to SBS Task Force for Spoon-billed Sandpiper conservation

    On 11th August, the EAAFP Foundation has successfully delivered the donation from Ms. Green Choi to the Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force (SBS TF) for the conservation of Spoon-billed Sandpiper and their habitat. Ms. Green Choi, a bird researcher and illustrator of MEET GREEN has been collaborating with EAAFP for several projects, including the EAAFP’s Key […]

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  • EAAFP Foundation released “Bird-Meets-Arts” Ep.3 History of Songdo Tidal Flat, Yeonsu

    The EAAFP Foundation and Yeonsu Foundation of Arts and Culture (YSFAC) released the third episode of the Bird Meets Arts project, “History of Songdo Tidal Flat, Yeonsu”. Featuring Mr. Dong Hyun Yoo, the Director of Incheon Metropolitan City Museum and the former editor in chief of magazine ‘Good Morning Incheon’, the video shows the value […]

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  • “Getbol, Korean Tidal Flats” inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List

    On 26th July, 2021, the 44th Session of the World Heritage Committee endorsed the inscription of the Republic of Korea’s tidal flats on the UNESCO World Natural Heritage List, marking an enormous step forward to secure the critical habitats of the Yellow Sea for millions of migratory waterbirds that depend on this area as a […]

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  • EAAFP Foundation released “Bird-Meets-Arts” Ep.1 Migratory Birds in Yeonsu, Incheon

    The EAAFP Foundation has released their first video of ‘Bird-Meets-Arts’ series project (새며들다 in Korean title) on 21st May 2021.  As the first joint product of collaboration with the Yeonsu Foundation for Arts and Culture (YSFAC) under the MOU signed in March 2021, the Bird-Meets-Arts series was produced to celebrate 2021 World Migratory Bird Day […]

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    The Hwaseong Wetlands Project

    Written by Dr. Nial Moores, Birds Korea The Hwaseong Wetlands, centred at approximately 37.115046° 126.731785°, are located in Gyeonggi Bay in the northwest of the Republic of Korea (ROK). Situated on the eastern shore of the Yellow Sea only an hour’s drive south from Seoul and Incheon, the wetlands sit at the heart of the […]

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  • 2021 International Black-faced Spoonbill Census announcement

    The annual International Black-faced Spoonbill Census is scheduled on 15-17 January 2021. This event has been one of the core activities of Black-faced Spoonbill conservation since the commencement in 1993, as it can provide an annual comparable figure of the species to understand its abundance and distribution. This census is one of the successful cases […]

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  • Declaration of the 2020 Flyway Youth Forum

    Preamble Wetlands are one of the most productive ecosystems on the planet, home to a great diversity of migratory waterbirds and providing countless ecosystem services to people and the environment. Yet, wetlands are in a state of global decline, disappearing three times faster than terrestrial forests, threatening the very ecosystems that we depend upon. For […]

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  • Connecting the Flyway Youth Leaders for Tomorrow

    The first Flyway Youth Forum Pre-event press release The first-ever Flyway Youth Forum, organized by The East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) and Youth Engaged in Wetlands (YEW), sponsored by Hanns Seidel Foundation, will be held virtually over two consecutive weekends from 28th November to 6th December, 2020, to connect, empower and provide a […]

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  • Welcome new EAAFP Partners – Hong Kong Bird Watching Society and Mangrove Foundation

      In line with the World Migratory Bird Day, we are very pleased to announce that the Hong Kong Bird Watching Society became the 38th and Mangrove Foundation the 39th Partners of the East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) on 10th October, 2020. The Hong Kong Bird Watching Society (HKBWS), based in the Hong […]

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  • Welcoming ceremony to new Flyway Network Site Daebudo Tidal Flat

    On May 11 2020, a ceremony was held for the new Flyway Network Site (FNS) Daebudo Tidal Flat (EAAF 148) in the Republic of Korea, which was officially included in the EAAFP Flyway Site Network on May 9 2020, in celebration of the World Migratory Bird Day. Chief Executive, Mr. Doug Watkins and staff members […]

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