• Youthful Wetland Dialogue on Metaverse at Ramsar COP14

    Youthful Wetland Dialogue on Metaverse Call for exhibiters and presenters Young people are key stakeholders to wetland conservation and many of them are taking actions. We are creating an extraordinary virtual event on Gather.Town for all youth participants to showcase their work, share ideas and interact with each other around the world during Ramsar COP14 […]

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  • Ramsar COP14: Pre-COP Orientations

    As Ramsar COP14 is 2 weeks away, to equip delegates, especially youth, smaller CSOs and NGOs and newcomers to Ramsar COP14, two Pre-COP Orientations were set this week. One is for Youth and Civil Society (25th October and 1st November) and another one is on the Ramsar CEPA programme by Wetland Link International (25th and […]

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  • Closing Ceremony of Youth Think Tank Competition for EAA Flyway

    After a wonderful 2-year-long journey, the Youth Think Tank Competition for the EAA Flyway is coming to an end. To celebrate the accomplishments by each team and to announce the winner of the competition, we would like to invite everyone to join our Closing Ceremony for the Youth Think Tank Competition. Join the Ceremony and […]

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  • Winners of 2022 “Year of the Terns” Photo Contest Announced!

    On the second peak of 2022 World Migratory Bird Day (8th October, 2022), the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) Secretariat and its Seabird Working Group announced the results of the 2022 “Year of the Terns” Photo Contest”, featuring the beauty of terns in East Asian-Australasian Flyway. Over 170 entries covering 19 out of 27 tern […]

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  • New Zealand Government launched a online tool of using birds to track light pollution at sea

    New research has expanded our understanding of which migratory bird species are most threatened by light pollution at sea. A fishing vessel with spotlights © Johannes Fischer/DOC   Tomorrow, 8 October, is World Migratory Bird Day, an international awareness day as birds embark on their seasonal migration. These epic journeys happen twice a year, one […]

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  • World Migratory Bird Day 2022 Webinars

    Brief Introduction With the official slogan of World Migratory Bird Day 2022  “Dim the Lights for Birds at Night!”, this global campaign focus on the impacts of light pollution on migratory birds. To raise awareness among EAAFP Partners, researchers, conservationists, and the general public about the impact of Light Pollution to migratory birds in the […]

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  • The Hunter Estuary Forum 2022

    0 Participants of Hunter Estuary Forum ©Hunter Wetlands Centre The Hunter Estuary in Newcastle NSW, Australia is a place of great contrasts. It hosts the most important estuary in NSW for migratory shorebirds, the Hunter Estuary National Park and the Hunter Estuary Ramsar site, which includes Hunter Wetland Centre, Australia’s first dedicated wetlands centre. The Hunter […]

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  • Community Support Project for Conservation of the Hwaseong Wetlands in 2021

    The Hwaseong Wetlands are a vital stopover site of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF) and a repository of biodiversity. In 2018, it was listed as the EAAFP Flyway Network Site (FNS), and its value was internationally recognized. To promote the importance of the Hwaseong Wetlands and to conserve wetlands in the hands of the local […]

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  • Community Support Project 2020 – Honest Stories of Local People and Citizens Joining Together: ‘How can We Maintain the Benefits from the Hwaseong Wetlands?’

    © KFEM Hwaseong From March to May 2020, it gets busy at the Hwaseong Wetlands. During this period, flocks of shorebirds flying over the Pacific Ocean from Australia and New Zealand arrive. Along with Summer migratory waterbirds such as Black-faced Spoonbills and Egrets coming from the west coast for breeding, winter birds, including Bean Geese […]

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  • “Flyway: Connecting People and Migratory Waterbirds” Story Series #17 – Interview with Mr. Masayuki Kurechi, awardee of Eighth edition of Ramsar Wetland Conservation Awards

    In this issue of Flyway story, we invited Mr. Masayuki Kurechi, Board Member of Ramsar Network Japan and Chair of EAAFP Anatidae Working Group, who has recently won the Eighth edition of the Ramsar Wetland Conservation Awards for his significant contributions to the long-term sustainable use of wetlands (link). EAAFP: HelloMr. Kurechi, congratulations on winning […]

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