• New e-Storybook for children on Hong Kong Biodiversity is on release!

    Finding a children’s book to talk about local biodiversity of Hong Kong is not an easy task. In order to introduce the concept of biodiversity to Hong Kong’s children, The Hong Kong Bird Watching Society (HKBWS) has made her second very own storybook, named “The Postman Kingfisher”. Greater news to hear is that it is […]

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  • EAAFP 10th Anniversary and World Migratory Bird Day 2019 Event.

    EAAFP is going to celebrate the 10th anniversary and World Migratory Bird Day 2019 on 10 – 11 May 2019 in Incheon, Republic of Korea. Please check the hyperlink below for more details of the programme and registration. ©EAAFP ©EAAFP   For details of the programme: [Eng] and [Kor] For registration : [Eng] and [Kor] […]

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  • 2019 International Black-faced Spoonbill Census Results showed new high number!

    The census took place on 25th – 27th January 2019. Over 100 sites were surveyed for the wintering Black-faced Spoonbills (BFS). The census teams recorded a total of 4,463 individuals in this period, a new high figure of this species and finally a breakthrough to four thousand birds. This new high figure sees an increase […]

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  • The Role of Us, to Coordinate with DPRK for the environment of the Korean Peninsula.

    On 10 April 2019, there was an event in Seoul, Republic of Korea, titled “The Role of Us, to Coordinate with DRRK for the environment of the Korean Peninsula.” held by Korea Safety Health Environment Foundation. The event mainly aimed to share the previous coordinating progress in the Korea Peninsula and confirm the will to […]

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  • Conservation of new FNS in Bangladesh: Ganguirar Char

    Migratory bird identification sticker distributed to local people   The Ganguirar Char is newly designated FNS in Bangladesh (eaaf141). The site is juxtaposed to another FNS, Nijhum Dweep National Park ( Flyway Network Site EAAF 102). The Ganguirar Char has no human settlement and mostly fishermen use the site for a transitional period during fishing. […]

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  • Dabbling duck tracking in Bangladesh

    In order to understand habitat use, migration patters and possible transmission of diseases, a total of 38 migratory dabbling ducks were fitted with GPS tags (solar powered) in northeast Bangladesh last month. Eurasian Wigeon with a tracker on its back. © Sayam U. Chowdhury_IUCN BD This study is part of the collaborative project by IUCN […]

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  • Farewell to Programme Assistant Sungkyung Kang

    Written by Sungkyung Kang During the internship, my working skills are improved a lot as communicated with many partners and stakeholders, managed website, and supported other various tasks. All of the work experiences are meaningful and become valuable moments in my life. It is hard to explain all of my precious memories in the EAAFP. […]

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  • In loving memory of Dr. Lew Young

    ©EAAFP Secretariat The memorial service to honor Dr. Lew Young, the Chief Executive of EAAFP Secretariat, was organized on Tuesday 19th March 2019 in Songdo G-Tower, Incheon, Republic of Korea at 14:00. The funeral service for Lew was conducted in Beijing on the 11th  March followed by the first memorial service in Hong Kong on […]

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  • Call for EAAFP WMBD 2019 Small Grant application (events in May)

    World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) is an annual awareness-raising campaign highlighting the need for the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats. . In 2018, WMBD unified the planet’s major migratory bird corridors, or flyways: the African-Eurasian flyway, the East Asian-Australasian flyway, and the Americas flyways. It is now celebrated twice a year, on the Second Saturday […]

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  • EAAFP Science Unit set up in Beijing

    The Science Unit of EAAFP was formally established in Beijing to underpin the scientific work of the EAAFP, after the adoption of Decision Document 5 on 14th December 2018 during the 10th Meeting of Partners (MoP 10) and the MoU signing between Beijing Forestry University and EAAFP. The signing of MoU to establish EAAFP Science […]

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