• WMBD 2021 Reports

    October 2021 Cambodia Event name: World Migratory Bird Day event in Toul Pantaley Boeung Sna Multiple Used Area, Cambodia Organizer:  -General Directorate of Administration for Nature Conservation and Protection, Ministry of Environment of Cambodia -Toul Pantaley Boeung Sner Community -Department of Environment Prey Veng Province Participants: Total 56 peoples from various position. Summary: This was […]

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  • Successful Applicants of WMBD Small Grant Fund October 2021

    Successful Applicants of WMBD Small Grant Fund October 2021 No.Principle Investigator Organization (Name)CountryTitle / Activity TypeFund Amount (USD)ApplicationReport 1Dr. Shamsul Alam RokySylhet Agricultural Universiity BangladeshAwareness Raising Campaign and Workshop About the Protection and Conservation of The Migratory Birds$1,000EAAFP WMBD Small Grant Oct 2021_Application_BangladeshReceived(2021 Oct) 2Pyae Phyo AungNature Conservation Society-Myanmar (NCS)MyanmarAbout WMBD and Flyway Site Information […]

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  • Far Eastern Curlew

      Name: Far Eastern Curlew Scientific name: Numenius madagascariensis Conservation status: IUCN – Endangered, CMS – Appendix I The Far Eastern Curlew Numenius madagascariensis is endemic to the East Asian – Australasian Flyway. It is the largest migratory shorebird species in the world. EAAFP Far Eastern Curlew Task Force was officially endorsed by the Partnership in January 2015, […]

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  • Baer’s Pochard

      Name: Baer’s Pochard Scientific name: Aythya baeri Conservation status: IUCN – Critically Endangered, CMS – Appendix I Baer’s Pochard is a poorly known migratory diving duck endemic to the East Asian – Australasian Flyway (EAAF). It was uplisted to Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List in 2012. A Species Action Plan was developed […]

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  • Spoon-billed Sandpiper

      Name: Spoon-billed Sandpiper Scientific name: Calidris pygmaea Conservation status: IUCN – Critically Endangered, CMS – Appendix I Spoon-billed Sandpiper is the rarest shorebird and endemic to the East Asian – Australasian Flyway (EAAF). It was uplisted to Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List in 2008. A Spoon-billed Sandpiper Recovery Team was set up […]

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  • EAAF Shorebird Tracking Group 1st Webinar

    The EAAF Shorebird Tracking Group, established in 2021 following the 1st East Asian-Australasian Flyway Shorebird Science Meeting in 2020, held the first webinar on 13th April, 2021. It aims to gather scientists who are studying migratory shorebirds through tracking in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. Four speakers from Alaska, China, Bangladesh and Australia shared their tracking […]

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  • Successful Applicants of WMBD Small Grant Fund May 2021

    Successful Applicants of WMBD Small Grant Fund May 2021 No.Principle Investigator Organization (Name)CountryTitle / Activity TypeFund Amount (USD)ApplicationReport 1Dr. Sergej A. SolovievEcological Watch of SiberiaRussia”birdwatching & monitoring(field trip) publication/exhibition(poster,leaflet) film watch, seminar”$1,000EAAFP WMBD Small Grant May 2021_Application_RussiaReceived (May 2021) 2Dr. Delower HossainSher-e-Bangla Agricultural Univeristy (SAU)Bangladeshonline discussion, photo exhibition, documentary presentation, publication/distribution$1,000EAAFP WMBD Small Grant May […]

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  • Partners

    The EAAF Partnership is made up of National Governments, International Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) and Inter-Governmental Organisations, that agree to endorse the text and supporting the objectives and actions under this Partnership. Membership is open to other Governments, International NGOs, Inter-Government organisations and members of the international business sector upon application and agreeing to endorse the […]

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  • The iconic Masked Finfoot of Indo-Burma’s forested wetlands is on the brink of extinction

    Few species of waterbirds in the Indo-Burma region are as threatened as the highly distinct Masked Finfoot (ranked 43 on the EDGE species list), currently listed as ‘Endangered’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. The finfoot is also one of EAAFP’s key species. A new study published in the journal, Forktail: Journal of […]

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