• What does the revised China Protected Species list mean for EAAFP?

    February 5th, the Chinese government announced the publication of a revised list of National Key Protected Wild Animal under its Wildlife Protection Law. This is the first revision since the list was originally published in 1988. Data was deficient then and the status of many species has changed significantly in the last three decades. The updating […]

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  • Pyeongchang Peace Forum 2021- discuss on eco-peace tourism through bird watching, Republic of Korea

    Gangwon Province, Pyeong Chang County, Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), and Pyeong Chang 2018 Legacy Foundation organized the 2021 Pyeongchang Peace Forum (PPF, https://online.ppf.or.kr/home/eng/ppf/main/main.do), which was held in Pyeongchang Alpensia Convention Center from 7th to 9th February. Under the theme “Action Plan: Peace New Deal,” diverse topics of various sessions which discussed new strategies and […]

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  • World Migratory Bird Day 2020

          World Migratory Bird Day 2020 Statement from the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership                                           World Migratory Bird Day 2020 video – Story of a tagged Great Knot Beak Beak (Eng)        […]

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  • Work and achievements of EAAFP Secretariat in collaboration with the Partners in 2020

    The year 2020 is an unprecedented time for everyone due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Yet, the EAAFP Partners and Secretariat adapted to the situation and overcome the challenge to continue the conservation of migratory waterbirds and wetlands. Here is a summary of the work and achievements of EAAFP Partners in which the Secretariat has also […]

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  • The southern Jiangsu coast is an important ‘dressing room’ for Spoon-billed Sandpipers and Nordmann’s Greenshanks

    If you are lucky to see the Critically Endangered Spoon-billed Sandpipers or Endangered Nordmann’s Greenshanks on the southern Jiangsu coast, they are probably busy gobbling up seafood on the vast tidal flat. In the past decade, people have come to realize that the southern Jiangsu coast of China is an important staging site for the […]

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  • A Path to Soft-landing Korean Unification: A Problem-Solving Workshop at GMU

    On 4 November 2020, members of the EAAFP Secretariat participated in a workshop held at George Mason University Songdo Global Campus on approaches to international cooperation and sustainable development, which was co-organized by Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea (HSF Korea) and the Peace and Conflict Studies Center Asia. During the workshop, participants learned about the tools […]

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  • Suncheon Roundtable Meeting – Building Inter-Korea Cooperation

    On 30th of October 2020, Suncheon City hosted the “Roundtable Meeting on Building Inter-Korea Cooperation” with the Mayor of Suncheon City, Mr. Heo Seok at the Suncheon Bay International Wildlife Center in Suncheon City, Republic of Korea (ROK). The meeting was attended by the Ramsar Regional Centre – East Asia (RRCEA), Hanns Seidel Foundation, Korea […]

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  • “Flyway: connecting people and migratory waterbirds” story series #6– Interview with Dr. Nial Moores

    EAAFP Secretariat started this “Flyway: connecting people and migratory waterbirds” story series, to introduce people and interesting stories along the flyway. This time we are introducing Dr. Nial Moores, Director of Birds Korea based in the Republic of Korea. EAAFP: Can you briefly introduce yourself and background? Dr. Nial Moores: My name is Nial Moores. […]

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  • “Cranes as Messengers of Peace – Cranes and People in DMZ” – EAAFP 2020 Webinar

    With the topic of “Cranes as Messengers of Peace – Cranes and People in DMZ”, East-Asian Australasian Flyway Partnership is honored to invite Dr. Joo Yunjeong from The Institute for Social Development and Policy Research, Seoul National University, Dr. Lee Kisup from Korean Waterbirds Network, and Dr. Hyunah Choi from Hanns Seidel Foundation. Cheolwon, a […]

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    About Us The East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) was launched on 6 November 2006. It aims to protect migratory waterbirds, their habitats and the livelihoods of people dependent upon them. There are currently 39 Partners including 18 national governments, 6 intergovernmental agencies, 13 international NGOs, 1 international organisation and 1 international private enterprise.  Our Mission The Partnership provides […]

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