• Shooting remains as biggest threat to Dalmatian Pelican in Mongolia

    An incident about young Dalmatian pelican shot and injured recently in Khar Us Lake National Park, Mongolia, happened on 19 November alerted us about hunting remains as a threat. Dr. Nyambayar Batbayar, director, Wildlife Science and Conservation Center of Mongolia, recalled.  “Today I received an urgent phone call from Mr. Batmunkh Sanjaa, the director of […]

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  • Participation in Local Events 2018

    International Organisations and MICE Career Fair 2018 (9 Nov, Songdo Convensia, Incheon, RO Korea)           The 6th OECD World Forum (27-29 Nov, Songdo Convensia, Incheon, RO Korea)

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  • Vulnerability of food supplies for migratory shorebirds to altered flow in the southern Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia

    Migratory shorebirds are present in vast numbers along Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria south-east coastline, especially from September to April. These shallow and productive tidal environments are important resting and feeding areas, as well as staging areas for birds that fly north or south. The threatened Great Knot and Far Eastern Curlew are among the many […]

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  • The National Workshop on Conservation of Migratory Birds and Their Habitat in Indonesia

    The National Workshop on Migrant Bird Conservation and Habitat in Indonesia held in Bogor – West Java, on November 27, 2018, where more than 30 peoples took part. They were representatives of the central government, local government, NGOs, researchers and birdwatchers. The workshop was organized by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry in collaboration with […]

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  • 2018 CEPA Workshop in Manila, Philippines

    From the 2-5 October, 2018, the CEPA WG ran a CEPA workshop in Manila, Philippines. Present at the workshop were 10 invited experienced CEPA implementers from across the Flyway to share their successful CEPA interventions at Flyway Sites and other wetlands. Managing the workshop were Sandra Hails, CEPA WG Chair; Lew Young, EAAFP Chief Executive; […]

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  • 2019 International Black-faced Spoonbill Census

    The International Black-faced Spoonbill Census led by the Hong Kong Bird Watching Society has proven to be an effective way to survey the abundance and distribution of this globally endangered. The results provide not only the current number of this species, but also comparable figures for understanding the trends locally and globally. Since the commencement […]

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  • A National Flyway Workshop in Cambodia

    On 8 November 2018, Department of Freshwater Wetlands Conservation of General Directorate of Administration for Nature Conservation and Protection, Ministry of Environment, Cambodia organized the National Flyway Workshop back to back with the Consultative Workshop on the Nomination of  Anlung Pring Protected Landscape as Flyway Network Site. The objectives of the workshops are: To share […]

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  • The 34th Singapore Bird race – a race for migratory birds

    The Singapore Bird Race is one of the longest-running and most established events organised by the Nature Society (Singapore). The first ever bird race was organised by the Nature Society in 1984, and it has been organised every subsequent year since, giving the Singapore Bird Race an impressive history of 34 years. Recognising that Singapore […]

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  • World Migratory Bird Day Celebration, 12 November 2018, Cambodia

    On 12 November 2018, Department of Freshwater Wetlands Conservation of General Directorate of Administration for Nature Conservation and Protection, Ministry of Environment of Cambodia in collaboration with Secretariat of East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP), Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Cambodia, BirdLife International-Cambodia Programme, and NatureLife Cambodia organized the World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) 2018 at one […]

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  • Workshop for the Conservation of Crane habitat in Cheorwon, RO Korea

    In the East Asian – Australasian Flyway there are nine species of cranes. Six of them are globally threatened. Cheorwon Basin, one of  East Asian – Australasian Flyway Sites (EAAF 027), is an international major wintering sites where seven species of cranes are recorded. In addition, 800~ 900 Red-crowned Cranes (EN) and 4,000~ 5,000 White-naped […]

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