On 27-28 April 2010, over fifty National Nature Reserve (NNR) managers and administrators from China’s central and local governments convened at Yalu Jiang NNR in Donggang, Dandong. Ten people from overseas (Wetlands International, Pukorokoro Miranda Naturalist Trust, EAAF Partnership and Republic of Korea’s Local Government officials) also attended the meeting. The workshop was organized by Wetlands International – China and Oceania, with funding from the Australian Government, to increase communication within the network of key sites around the Yellow Sea. The EAAF Partnership was represented by the Communication & Information Officer. On the first day of the workshop participants reaffirmed the importance of each site for migratory waterbirds and sought further mechanisms and activities to strengthen the conservation of migratory waterbirds and their habitats. On the second day, workshop attendees participated in the Yalu Jiang Bird Fair. After the meeting, delegates from Miranda Naturalists’ Trust visited the EAAFP Secretariat and experienced watching migratory waterbirds in Incheon, South Korea and anticipated to join the Partnership in the near future. After the meeting, delegates from Miranda Naturalists’ Trust (MNT) visited the EAAFP Secretariat and experienced watching migratory waterbirds in Incheon, Republic of Korea.
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