• WORLD CURLEW DAY – APRIL 21

    There are eight species of curlew worldwide and two are assumed extinct. The Eskimo and the Slender-Billed have not been seen for decades. Out of the remaining six species, three – the Eurasian, the Bristle-thighed and the Far Eastern – are at risk of extinction according to the IUCN Red list of Threatened Species. It […]

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  • Asian Waterbird Census (AWC) with the Kampung Sungai Serdang Communities

    Ms Nabilah Binti Jamaludin Community Research Assistant of Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) I had the opportunity to introduce bird watching activity to the  Kampung Sungai Serdang community. At the same, I got to learn from two bird experts about migratory waterbirds. This activity was held in conjunction with the Asian Waterbird Census (AWC), which is […]

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  • EAAFP Secretariat Welcomes New Chief Executive

    Mr. Peter J. Probasco, Chair East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) The recruitment of the new EAAFP Chief Executive resulted in a very competitive process and set of high-level applicants. Following a series of interviews, we are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Lew Young as the new Chief Executive effective on 26 […]

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  • Featured Site: Yonago Mizutori Koen [EAAF060]

    Mr. Kamiya majored in the ecology of brackish water in Shimane University, and has devoted himself to the management of the Yonago Mizutori Koen (Yonago Waterbird Sanctuary) since its establishment in 1995. He is the national coordinator for the EAAFP Anatidae Network for Japan, facilitating the communication and cooperation among the scientists and conservationists in […]

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  • Asian Waterbird Census (AWC) with the SG Buloh Sasaran Community

    Ms. Anisah Ahmad Community RA of Malaysian Nature Society The Asian Waterbird Cencus (AWC) was held at Sungai Buloh Sasaran together with the community on 20th January 2018. The programme started at 9.00 am until 4.00 pm. There were 16 participants who joined this programmed while the facilitators from Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) were Ms […]

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  • Regional Dialogue on the Conservation Management of the Intertidal Wetlands of the Yellow and Bohai Seas

    An International Symposium on the Conservation and Management of the Intertidal Wetlands of the Yellow and Bohai Seas was held in the city of Yancheng, Jiangsu Province, China, from 13 to 14 December 2017, organized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and Eco-Forum Global (EFG), with support from EAAFP. The southern Jiangsu […]

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  • International workshop on the conservation of Baer’s Pochard 2018

    The East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership’s (EAAFP) Baer’s Pochard Task Force (BPTF), Beijing Forestry University, Hengshui Municipal Government, Hengshui Hu Nature Reserve and Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) are pleased to announce that an international workshop on the conservation of the Baer’s Pochard will take place in Hengshui, Hebei province, China on 18th – […]

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  • What’s new with Naujan Lake after the Asian Waterbird Census?

    Kathy Lene S. Cielo and Roderick C. Makiputin, Mindoro Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Inc. Although the number of migratory birds counted went down this year from 6,907 in 2017 to 5,523 in the Naujan Lake National Park in Oriental Mindoro province, it is interesting to note the possibility of two new records for the area this […]

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  • East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership Position Vacant – Communication Officer

    The East Asian–Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP), a 36-member, informal and voluntary initiative, is the major international framework established to enhance collaboration for the conservation of migratory waterbirds and their habitats along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. More information can be found on the EAAFP website at www.eaaflyway.net. The EAAFP is served by a Secretariat established in 2009 […]

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  • Mongolia Crane Newsletter – November 2017 (Summer and Autumn)

    The Wildlife Science and Conservation Center of Mongolia has published the Summer and Autumn version of its newsletter. Please find the link below. Mongolia Crane Newsletter – Summer and Autumn

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