• Chairs of the EAAFP Working Groups and Task Forces

    Chairs of the EAAFP Task Forces

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  • Flyway Site Network

      The Flyway Site Network refers to the network of important sites – wetlands – used by migratory waterbirds throughout the Flyway. The East Asian-Australasian Flyway (the Flyway) is one of nine major migratory waterbird flyways around the globe and is home to over 50 million migratory waterbirds – including shorebirds, Anatidae (ducks, geese and […]

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  • Far Eastern Curlew

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  • Baer’s Pochard

    Background Current status Key threats What can we do? Useful information Related News Baer’s Pochard Aythya baeri was formerly a relatively common and widespread duck in Asia, although it has possibly not been abundant for a long time, and in fact there has never really been a good understanding of its population size. This species has always […]

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  • Partnership Documents

    The EAAF Partnership Document is the foundational document of the Partnership. It was developed during three Flyway consultation workshops in year 2004/05 at Seosun (Republic of Korea), Krabi (Thailand) and Canberra (Australia). The Partnership Document guides Partners to develop cooperation and collaboration to achieve the shared Partnership Goal–”to recognize and conserve migratory waterbirds and their […]

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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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  • Declining Long-distance Shorebirds linked to Yellow Sea Mudflat Loss

    Read in other languages:     EAAFP Secretariat Birdwatchers have been watching, counting and monitoring shorebirds along the coasts of Australia and New Zealand for many years, resulting, at some sites, in decades-long datasets. Now, these amateur “citizen scientists” have teamed up with researchers to use this long-term information to identify trends in individual species’ populations […]

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  • The International EAAFP SBS Task Force met in Mawlamyine, Myanmar for their 11th meeting, 12-22 January 2017

    January 2017 Pyae Phyo Aung, Biodiversity And Nature Conservation Association, and Christoph Zöckler, Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force Coordinator About every two years the Task Force (TF) members come together somewhere along the flyway to exchange information on their activities and discuss urgent conservation issues. The concept of the Spoon-billed Sandpiper (SBS) TF for the biennial […]

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  • Singapore hosts two migratory bird events for the first time

    9 January 2017 Today Online For the first time, Singapore is hosting two events aimed at protecting migratory birds that use a major pathway called the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF). On the agenda: The protection of a critically endangered shorebird called the Spoon-billed Sandpiper, of which an estimated 150 breeding pairs are left in the […]

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  • Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force Meeting in Myanmar

    Christoph Zockler, Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force Coordinator A Two days meeting of the Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force will be held in Mawlamyine, Myanmar on 18-19 January 2017. To download the tentative agenda below in Word document, click here.   Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force Meeting January 2017 Agenda (tentative) Date: 18-19-January 2017             […]

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