• EAAFP 2019 World Migratory Bird Day Public Event

    EAAFP is going to celebrate 2019 World Migratory Bird Day on 11 May 2019 in Incheon, Republic of Korea by organizing the public lecture event “Birds, Human in Incheon”. Please make sure that this programme will be in Korean. Registration: http://ha.do/sJZ  If you are interested in participating in our 10th anniversary and World Migratory Bird Day […]

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  • ALASKA SHOREBIRD CONSERVATION PLAN, VERSION III

    In recognition of declines among perhaps half of Alaska’s breeding shorebirds, ongoing or emerging threats to shorebirds and their habitats, and considerable knowledge of Alaska’s shorebirds acquired over the past decade, the Alaska Shorebird Group updated the Alaska Shorebird Conservation Plan. This plan is one of eleven regional plans associated with the U.S. Shorebird Conservation […]

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  • Cheorwon to Muraviovka: Connecting Cranes and People

    Students who joined the International Scrane School in Cheorwon (Photo: You Jin Lee/EAAFP) Not all children love going to schools but in this school, all of the students did not want the class finish. This is the first International Crane School of Cheorwon, an environmental education activity to provide an opportunity for students from Ro […]

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  • EAAFP supported the 2019 Hong Kong Bird Watching Marathon with Sony

    2019 Hong Kong Bird Watching Marathon – Newbie Delight and Family Tournament was held on Sunday 14 April 2019. Hong Kong Bird Watching Society (HKBWS) organized the race and for the first time the EAAFP joined as an official supporter. Hong Kong is known to have recorded 551 bird species in the wild, which is […]

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  • Chief Executive Recruitment

    Chief Executive Recruitment at the East Asian–Australasian Flyway Partnership Secretariat   The East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership is seeking a Chief Executive to lead and supervise the work and operations of its international Secretariat, based in Incheon, Republic of Korea. The Chief Executive leads a nine-person Secretariat that supports the East Asian – Australasian […]

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  • 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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