• Third Training Workshop of Youth Think Tank Competition for EAA Flyway is about Project Management

    3rd Training Workshop of Youth Think Tank Competition for EAA Flyway Project Management Objectives Project Management skills are essential to the effectiveness and increase the impact of the conservation effort. To better equip young people, especially future conservation leaders, the East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) organized a series of training workshops, with the […]

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  • Farewell to External Relations & Foundation Assistant, Ms. Yeonju Park

    In the words of Yeonju Park, “At the end of the journey with EAAFP and on the way to the next stop Starting from the middle of January, my 6 months journey at the EAAFP Secretariat has been finalized. When I just joined the internship at the EAAFP, my interest in the environmental field was […]

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  • “Crane Rice” – an initiative to improve local livelihoods and conserve the threatened Sarus Crane in Cambodia

    The Ministry of Environment of Cambodia, in collaboration with NatureLife Cambodia and BirdLife International, has now established a new ‘Crane Rice’ initiative, aimed at improving local livelihoods and better conserving the stately Sarus Crane. ‘Crane Rice’ will involve wildlife-friendly rice farming practices which will benefit the cranes and other waterbirds in Anlung Pring Protected landscape, […]

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  • EAAFP Secretariat signs MOU with Seoul Science Center, Ro Korea

      On 13 July 2022, Mr. Doug Watkins, Chief Executive of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) Secretariat and Dr. Jung-Kyu Lee, Head of the Seoul Science Center, Ro Korea, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreeing to enhance CEPA (Communication/Capacity Building, Education, Participation and Awareness) activities for the environment to Korean citizens, and promote […]

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  • Announcement of EAAFP Partners Workshop leading up to MOP 11

    In preparation of and to increase dialogue with and between Partners in the months leading up to MOP11, which will be held in Brisbane Australia, from 12th – 17th March 2023, the Secretariat is organizing a series of webinars endorsed by the EAAFP Management Committee with the following schedule and program. The webinar series will […]

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  • Literature list (Jan-June 2022)

    1) Biology & ecology Liu, D., Y. Zhou, Y. Fei, C. Xie, and S. Hou. 2021. Mitochondrial genome of the critically endangered Baer’s Pochard, Aythya baeri, and its phylogenetic relationship with other Anatidae species. Scientific Reports 11:24302. Aung, P. P., G. M. Buchanan, P. D. Round, C. Zöckler, C. Kelly, N. Tantipisanuh, and G. A. […]

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  • Alert on Avian Influenza detected in seabirds

    Since November 2021 there have been several cases of serious outbreaks of Avian Influenza (AI) in the western Palearctic: on Eurasian Cranes in Israel, Barnacle Geese in the UK, and Dalmatian Pelicans in Greece (link). In recent weeks, there were more reports on avian flu outbreaks attacking seabird colonies mainly on both sides of the […]

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  • Celebrating 2022 World Migratory Bird Day in Kuala Simbur Village, Jambi Province, Indonesia

    Wildlife Observer Community (WOC) based in Indonesia was founded in 2017. Since then, WOC has been working on data collection, observation, research and conservation. In order to motivate and raise awareness amongst people and local community, WOC has been organizing awareness campaigns in Sumatra. Celebrating World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) was one of the campaigns. […]

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  • 2022 World Migratory Bird Day Celebration in North Sumatra, Indonesia

    The eastern coast of North Sumatra, Indonesia, is one of the most important wintering and stopover grounds for some of the migratory shorebird populations on the East Asian-Australasian flyway. One site is on the east coast of Batubara regency is an important site for Nordmann’s Greenshank, Great Knot, Far Eastern Curlew, Asian Dowitcher, Curlew Sandpiper, […]

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  • 2022 World Migratory Bird Day Celebration in West, South and Eastern Mongolia

    The celebration of World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) 2022 in Mongolia by Wildlife Science and Conservation Center (WSCC) in West, South and Eastern Mongolia was a success. WSCC, Mongolia has been celebrated WMBD since 2010s by small grants or organization’s own funds every year with various public awareness activities following each year’s WMBD theme and […]

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