• Seocheon Getbol World Natural Heritage Workshop and visit to Ramsar Gochang Getbol Center

    On 3rd December 2021 the Seocheon County hosted a workshop, organized by Eco-Horizon Institute to commemorate the inscription of Seocheon Getbol (tidal flat) and identify strategic conservation and management measures following the World Natural Heritage inscription. Participants included the World Heritage Promotion Team of Korean Tidal Flats, EAAFP Secretariat, National Institute of Ecology (NIE), National […]

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  • Christmas Frigatebirds in the Busy Bay of Jakarta Bay, Indonesia – A Documentary Film for Christmas Frigatebird Conservation in Indonesia

    Documentary films can be a perfect platform to create dialogue and raise awareness for both individual and broader social change.  Seabirds Indonesia (Burung Laut Indonesia) has just produced and released online a documentary film about the Christmas Frigatebird (Fregata andrewsi) in Jakarta Bay, Indonesia.  This documentary has been made with the participation of local fishermen […]

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  • International Travellers to New Zealand

    In New Zealand international travel for people is virtually halted because of restrictions caused by the covid-19 epidemic. The Government has largely stopped any foreign visitors from entering New Zealand. New Zealand citizens can leave but have to spend 2 weeks in quarantine on their return. However our migratory birds have continued their normal cycle […]

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  • World Migratory Bird Day 2021 October Event – Cambodia

    Event Title : 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 Date: 28th November 2022 Participants: Target audience No. of participants  School students, […]

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  • World Migratory Bird Day 2021 May Event –Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural Univeristy (SAU), Bangladesh

      Event Title: Celebration of WMBD 2021 through awareness campaign, online discussion and developing promotional materials for bird conservation Organizer: Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University in collaboration with SAUSC, BBCF and local Forest Division, Proborton Foundation and Muktir Bondhon Foundation (NGO). Date: October 9, 2021 Location: Dhaka and Bagura, Bangladesh Participants: Awareness campaign: Animated movie and documentary […]

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  • Young people in Asia take actions to conserve wetlands and migratory waterbirds

     Youth Think Tank Competition for EAA Flyway Top 5 finalists announced On 23rd December, 2021, we announced the results of the first-ever “Youth Think Tank Competition for EAA Flyway” Phase I, with five finalist teams of youth (age 28-29) from China, the Philippines and Indonesia, who challenge themselves to take action in the conservation of […]

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  • SDSN Youth Korea learns about the EAAFP

    On 30 November 2021, the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Youth Korea visited the EAAFP Secretariat. Following the last youth engagement with GCF IEU interns, the second visit followed with the locals based in ROK. The aim was to strengthen local engagements with youth organizations to ensure biodiversity, especially migratory waterbirds are recognized by the […]

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  • Baer’s Pochard Census will take place in China in January 2022

    Building on the successful censuses carried out since 2015 by Beijing Forestry University and the China Birdwatching Association (CBA), in January 2022 the CBA will undertake the latest China-wide census of wintering Baer’s Pochard. With crucial funding support from the Changjiang Conservation Foundation, the SEE Foundation and the Zall Foundation, this important census will provide […]

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  • Conservation work in North-Central Selangor Coast (NCSC), Malaysia

    Back in 2013, Malaysia joined the East-Asian Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) with Bako-Buntal Bay from East Malaysia designated as the first Flyway Network Site through a joint effort between the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS), the local government and local communities. The efforts continue in securing more flyway sites for better protection of migratory waterbirds in Malaysia. […]

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  • Development Workshop in Ro Korea on the proposed Wetland Education Ramsar Resolution

    On 19th November, 2021, the “Wetland Education Resolution Development for Ramsar COP14 Workshop” was held in Gyeonsangnamdo Changwon, Ro Korea. It was hosted by Gyeongsangnamdo Ramsar Environmental Foundation and Upo Ecological Institute Gyeongsangnamdo Office of Education. The aim was to discuss the plans to promote the proposed “Draft Resolution of Wetland Education in the formal […]

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