• Flyway Site Network of East Asian-Australasian Flyway promote collaborative effort to safeguard migratory waterbirds (Korean version)

    동아시아-대양주 철새이동경로 파트너십 10차 총회, 중국 하이난에서 성황리에 열려 – 북한 등 2개 새로운 파트너 가입, 화성습지 등 8개의 철새이동경로 네트워크 사이트 등재 동아시아-대양주 철새이동경로 파트너십(East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership; 이하 EAAFP) 10차 총회가 12월 9일부터 14일까지 중국 하이난에서 개최되었다. EAAFP는 동아시아-대양주 철새이동경로 전반의 이동성 물새와 그 서식지를 보전하기 위하여 설립된 국제기구이며, EAAFP 10차 […]

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  • Promoting regional cooperation to conserve short-distance migratory waterbirds in Southeast Asia

    At the 10th Meeting of the Partners to the East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP MoP10) in Hainan, China, thirty-seven Partners of the EAAFP agreed to collaborate and promote the importance of the conservation of short-distance migratory waterbirds and their habitats in the Southeast Asian region. Mr How Choon Beng (NParks, Singapore) said, “Besides […]

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  • Climate change is adding to the threats to the migratory waterbirds in the East Asian – Australasian Flyway

    The East Asian – Australasian Flyway (EAAF) is already the most threatened flyway for migratory waterbirds in the world and the threats are now compounded by the increasing impacts from climate change. Participants from over 20 countries are gathering for the 10th Meeting of Partners (MOP10) to the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) in Changjiang […]

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  • “Flyways – connecting people and migratory waterbirds” The Tenth Meeting of Partners for The East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership, Hainan, 10 to 14 Dec, 2018

    Participants from over 20 countries are gathering for the 10th Meeting of Partners (MOP) to the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) in Changjiang City (Hainan, China) from 10th to 14th December. The purpose is to discuss the conservation of migratory waterbirds and their habitats along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. During the opening ceremony, the EAAFP […]

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  • Strategic Planning for the Far Eastern Curlew

    The Far Eastern Curlew (Numenius madagascariensis) is one of the largest migratory shorebirds in the world. It has experienced one of the most acute declines of any Australian shorebird species: a 5.8 per cent annual rate of decline. If this trend persists, the global population will fall to 10 per cent of its 1993 abundance […]

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  • Australian National Wildlife Biosecurity Guidelines

    Good biosecurity helps to keep wildlife, people and domestic animals safe and healthy by minimising the impacts of disease on individual animals and wildlife populations. Everyone who works with, or interacts with, wildlife has a role to play in wildlife biosecurity. The Australian National Wildlife Biosecurity Guidelines acknowledge the wide range of circumstances under which […]

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  • 2018: a successful year for Baer’s Pochard breeding in China

    The population of Baer’s Pochard has rapidly declined in the past 20 years and assessment as Critically Endangered by IUCN. There has been no confirmed breeding of this endangered diving duck in its historical breeding area (northeast China and east Russia) since the 1990s. However, in recent years, new breeding sites have been discovered by […]

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  • Updates of worldwide avian influenza situation by FAO/EMPRES-AH

    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 the OIE/FAO OFFLU (www.offlu.net) provide access to timely information on outbreaks, […]

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  • Australian National Report to the three bilateral migratory bird agreements

    Australia has three bilateral migratory bird agreements with Japan (JAMBA), China (CAMBA) and the Republic of Korea (ROKAMBA). These agreements provide a basis for cooperation on activities for the conservation of migratory birds that move between each country. Species listed on the annexes to these agreements are a matter of National Environmental Significance under the […]

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  • 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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