• New Engraved Legflags from Jiangsu

    Green/Blue flag combination has been used in Jiangsu coast, China, since 2015. Sightings so far have included Red-necked Stint in Thailand, Myanmar and Australia, Great Knotin Indiaand Australia,Lesser Sand Ploverin Australia, Terek Sandpiper in Australiaand Peninsular Malaysia,Bar-tailed GodwitinAustralia, Curlew Sandpiper inAustralia, Ruddy Turnstonein Australia, Kentish Plover in Taiwan and Sanderling in Bali. This autumn, Professor […]

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  • Anatidae Working Group hosts Waterbird Monitoring Symposium in Beijing

    The Second International Symposium on Developing Effective Coordinated Monitoring of East Asia Waterbirds in the 21st Century was held in Changping, Beijing, China, just outside Beijing from 14-18th October. The symposium was hosted by the EAAFP Anatidae Working Group and organized by the State Key Laboratory of Urban and Regional Ecology, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy […]

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  • EAAFP supported the Bird Walk in Thailand in September/October 2019

    Joined in 2010, Thailand is one of the 18 Partner Countries of EAAFP. There are three Flyway Network Sites: Krabi Estuary and Bay (EAAF 084), Pak Thale – Laem Phak Bia (EAAF 121) and Khok Kham (EAAF 122). The later two sites were important wintering sites of a key species of EAAFP – Spoon-billed Sandpiper […]

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  • Australia and BirdLife Australia to host 11th Meeting of Partners for the EAAFP in 2021

    The East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) is pleased to announce that it has officially accepted Australia’s offer to co-host, with BirdLife Australia, the Flyway Partnership’s 11th Meeting of Partners in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia from 14 to 19 March 2021. The Meeting of Partners brings together all 37 EAAFP Partners every two years to discuss important […]

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  • Literature list (June-August, 2019)

    The EAAFP Science Unit is highlighting some key journal publications in the flyway. The abstract of each journal article is placed following the literature list below.  1) Biology & ecology Behavioural plasticity and trophic niche shift: How wintering geese respond to habitat alteration Effects of migration and reproduction on the variation in persistent organic pollutant […]

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  • “East Asian Waterbirds Guardian – Waterbird Monitoring Specialist Training” held in China

    From 2 -7 September 2019, The 3rd “East Asian Waterbirds Guardian – Waterbird Monitoring Specialist Training ” was held in Shanghai Chongming Dongtan National Nature Reserve (the first Flyway Network Site in China). It was sponsored by the China Green Foundation, and co-organized by World Wide Fund for Nature China (WWF) and Wild Bird Society […]

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  • EAAFP Secretariat Welcomes New Chief Executive, Mr. Doug Watkins

    On 28 September 2019, EAAFP announced that Mr. Doug Watkins has been selected and appointed to be the Chief Executive of East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership Secretariat. We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Doug Watkins as our new Chief Executive, effective on 7 October 2019. Many of you in the Partnership may already […]

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  • The EAAFP Secretariat participated in local events in Ro Korea to promote conservation of migratory waterbirds and wetlands

    From 19th September 2019 to 22nd September, from 10am to 4pm, DMZ festa was held at KINTEX Exhibition Center I Hall 5 in Goyang City. Organized by Gyeonggi-do and Gyeonggi Tourism Organization, this event was initiated to celebrate the North-South Korean summit, which was held on 19 September 2018. The purpose of the event was to promote […]

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  • First FNS Celebration Event in Cambodia

    On 12 August 2019, Cambodia held a ceremony in the celebration of Anlung Pring Protected Landscape, located in Kampog Trach District, as the First Flyway Network Site in Cambodia (EAAF144),with the sponsorship as a part of Small Grant Programme for new FNS adopted at EAAFP MOP10. The event was co-organized by Department of Freshwater Wetlands […]

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  • Wetlands Weekender – A fun weekend not to miss!

    PHCC is excited to be hosting the first Wetlands Weekender this October, a mini festival that celebrates our beautiful Peel-Yalgorup Ramsar Wetland and the amazing wildlife that inhabits these waterways. This festival is supported by the PHCC through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. October is a significant time for the Peel-Yalgorup Ramsar […]

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