On 7-8 April 2011, the Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Korea hosted the second Korean Network Site Managers’ Workshop, in Gunsan City, to further develop a National Partnership to conserve migratory waterbirds and their habitats. The first Korean Network Site Managers’ Workshop was held in September 2010 and participants recommended to hold the workshop once or twice each year. At Gunsan, managers from ten existing Network Sites in South Korea and also from potential Network sites were invited. The Deputy Director and Science Officer gave presentations on East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership activities at the international level and emphasized the importance of work by site managers to conserve the sites at the local level. Presentations were delivered by participants on current and potential Network sites and their activities and on Avian Influenza. At the beginning of the workshop, a Certificate of Participation was presented to the Gunsan City Mayor by the Chief Executive of the EAAFP Secretariat for designation of Geum River Estuary as the 100th Flyway Network Site. Geum River Estuary is jointly managed by Gunsan City and Seocheon County. Please see the article below regarding the 100th Flyway Network Site for details.