Launch of “Coastal High-tide Shorebird Habitat Management Guidelines”

The EAAFP Secretariat, together with the Australasian Wader Studies Group are hosting a webinar “Launch Event: Coastal High-tide Shorebird Habitat Management Guidelines” on 17 September at 4pm – 5pm (KST). The editors of the guidelines will provide an overview of their content and the collaborative, evidence-based process used to develop the guidelines. A panel of experts, many of whom supported translation of the guidelines, will then discuss local/regional needs and challenges facing high-tide habitat managers in the flyway.

  • Title: Launch Event: Coastal High-tide Shorebird Habitat Management Guidelines
  • Date: 16:00 – 17:00, 17 September 2021 (Friday, KST)
  • Organizers: EAAFP Secretariat, Australasian Wader Studies Group
  • Participants: Site managers, local NGOs and experts, EAAF Country partners, EAAFP, Researchers
  • Meeting Platform: Zoom
  • Registration link: [Click here to register]
  • Moderator: Richard Fuller, Professor, University of Queensland

Program/Timetable

Speakers and Panellists:

Richard Fuller – Professor, University of Queensland

Micha Jackson – Researcher, University of Adelaide, EAAFP Shorebird Working Group

Phil Straw – East Asian Australasian Flyway Liaison Officer, Australasian Wader Studies Group

Thattaya Bidayabha – Executive Director, Bird Conservation Society of Thailand

Fion Cheung – Manager, Flyway Planning and Training, WWF-Hong Kong

Lu Cai – Advisor, EAAFP Science Unit

Yuna Kim – Director, Dr Kim’s Conservation Solutions

Yus Rusila Noor – Acting Director of Yayasan Lahan Basah (YLBA)/Wetlands International Indonesia

Batrisyia Teepol – Vice Chairperson, Malaysian Nature Society Kuching Branch

Trai Le Trong – Deputy Director, Viet Nature Conservation Centre

 

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