• Seventh MoP

    Participants of 7th Meeting of Partners, Anchorage, Alaska © 2013 EAAF Partnership Participants on a field trip in Seward © 2013 EAAF Partnership. The Seventh Meeting of the Partners of the East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) was held in Anchorage and Seward, Alaska, USA on 10-14th June 2013, hosted by EAAFP Partner, U.S. […]

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  • Meetings of Partners

    Partners meet regularly to report against an Implementation Strategy, respond to emerging issues and priorities and discuss future collaboration. There are 6 submenus under this Meetings of Partners page as below. Please click them for further information.

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  • Partnership Documents

    The Partnership Document is the official document outlining the nature and functioning of the Partnership. The document outlines the Partnership’s: legal status purpose, goal and objectives membership administration finance the list of partners definitions taxonomic groups of waterbirds migrating within the East Asian – Australasian Flyway Flyway Site Network criteria the organisational structure of the […]

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  • Partners

    The EAAF Partnership is made up of Partners open 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 […]

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  • Pesta Sayap (Festival of Wings) 2017

    Pesta Sayap (Festival of Wings) 2017 ~wings over wetlands~ in celebration of World Migratory Bird Day A healthy planet for migratory birds and people – their future is our future 14 October 2017, Malaysian Nature Society This year’s Pesta Sayap was organised by the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS), together with the District Council of Kuala […]

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  • Special lecture for the summer debate camp

    Viktoriya Kang, EAAFP intern Topic of the lecture:  Chocolate and migratory waterbirds: Can you see the world behind the product? Organiser: The State University of New York in Korea Participants: 42 High School students from Yeonsu-gu, Incheon Summary: On 4 August 2017, Tomoko Ichikawa, Communication Officer at EAAFP, visited the State University of New York […]

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  • Ecologically and Biologically Significant Marine Areas (EBSAs): A Focus for Connectivity

    Spike Millington, Chief Executive, EAAFP Secretariat At the Tenth Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in Nagoya, Japan, government parties agreed on a process for describing Ecologically and Biologically Significant Marine Areas (EBSAs) to notify the UN General Assembly (UNGA) of the need to effectively conserve and manage these areas. The […]

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  • Pesta Sayap 2016 – Welcome to the Birds

    [Press Release] 22 October 2016, Malaysian Nature Society The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS), with the support of Majlis Daerah Kuala Selangor and See Hoy Chan Sdn Bhd as its main partner, celebrated the arrival of migratory birds and its amazing fireflies at Kuala Selangor at its annual Pesta Sayap 2016 (Festival of Wings) event at the […]

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  • Relevant Scientific Articles updated in October 2016

    Dr. Judit Szabo kindly sent us the list of Scientific Articles that are relevant to migratory waterbirds conservation in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. Anatidae Kim, M. K., S.-i. Lee, and S. D. Lee. 2016. Habitat Use and its Implications for the Conservation of the Overwintering Populations of Bean Goose Anser fabalis and Greater White-Fronted Goose […]

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  • 2017 Conservation Leadership Programme Team Awards: Call for Applications

    Applications for the 2017 Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) Conservation Team Awards are now open! CLP aims to advance biodiversity conservation globally by building the leadership capabilities of early-career conservation professionals working in high-priority places with limited capacity to address conservation issues. CLP is a partnership of three of the world’s leading biodiversity conservation organisations, BirdLife International, […]

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