• YSFAC X EAAFP PROJECT 2022 Bird Meets Arts

    The 2022 <Bird Meets Arts> project is inviting a Korean artist ’Yang Kura’ to lead a participatory installation of artworks. A series of education program will also be conducted with citizens. We are pleased to invite you to the first lecture fir the education program in celebration of 2022 World Migratory Bird Day. <Lecture Overview> […]

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  • Application Open for HKBWS Asia Conservation Fund

     About HKBWS Asia Conservation Fund HKBWS Asia Conservation Fund supports registered organizations, especially non-governmental and non-profit organizations in Asia and the region along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway, aiming to facilitate effective bird conservation through research & monitoring, education and capacity building. The fund is open for applications once a year, with a higher priority given […]

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  • Second Training Workshop of Youth Think Tank Competition for EAA Flyway is about Local Community Engagement

    2nd training Workshop of Youth Think Tank Competition for EAA Flyway – Understanding Nature-based Solutions and local community engagement in conservation of migratory waterbirds and wetlands During the 1st EAA Flyway Think Tank Competition Workshop last year, we gained insight into the high level of interest that youth participants had in environmental issues, especially wetlands […]

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  • “Year of the Terns” Flyway Story Series #16 – Prof. Daniel Roby, Seabird researcher and conservationist

    As EAAFP is designating 2022 the “Year of the Terns”, we are bringing great work and stories on tern conservation to you. The first one we would like to introduce is Prof. Daniel Roby, from the U.S.A., who has been dedicated to seabird research and conservation for over 25 years. He was just awarded the […]

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  • First EAAFP Conservation Status Review (CSR1) consultation draft update webinar

    Following the MOP 10 adopted Decision 12 “Development of a Conservation Status Review of Migratory Waterbird Populations for the EAAFP” in 2018, the first EAAFP Conservation Status Review (CSR1) was kicked off on 8th April 2021, to ensure researchers, government agencies, conservationists and other stakeholders can get access to up-to-date information of waterbird population estimate.   After one year of […]

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  • New study says protected areas don’t always boost biodiversity: management is crucial

    The impact on wildlife of designating protected areas such as national parks varies, according to the largest ever global study of their effects on waterbirds. The findings show that managing parks to protect species and their habitats is crucial – and without such management, parks are more likely to be ineffective. Later this year world […]

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  • At the Nakdong Estuary FNS, river flowing freely for the first time in 35 years

    Sitting in the River mouth of Nakdong River, one of the largest rivers in RO Korea, Nakdong Estuary Flyway Network Site (EAAF097, SIS), located in Busan Metropolitan City in RO Korea, has joined the Flyway Site Network since 2009. The Nakdong Estuary consists of sandy shores, estuarine waters, intertidal marshes, and artificial wetlands. There are internally […]

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  • Citizen Scientists in Republic of Korea Monitor Birds in River and Streams

    On 5th February 2022, on occasion of World Wetlands Day, the Korea Network for River and Watershed hosted the 3rd Citizen Monitoring of Migratory Birds along rivers and streams in the Ro Korea, with 223 attendees from 50 organizations for stream & river conservation. The Korea Network for River and Watershed (KNRW) was formed on […]

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  • Envisioning Roadmap of the Gochang Tidal Flat World Heritage Site management

    To further develop the roadmap for advancing management of Gochang Tidal Flat after its designation as a World Heritage Site in Ro Korea, a 2-day technical workshop for the Gochang Tidal Flat World Heritage site took place in Ramsar Gochang Tidal Flat Center in Gochang County on 6th – 7th April, 2022. Experts, key stakeholders […]

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  • Join the Changnyeong Upo Wetland Harmony Symposium, Ro Korea

    With the support of the EAAFP Secretariat, Changnyeong Upo Wetland Harmony Symposium will be held in Changnyeong County, Gyeongsangnam Province, Ro Korea from 21st to 22nd April 2022. Upo Wetland Flyway Network Site (EAAF096) is located in Changnyeong County, Ro Korea, and was designated as “Ramsar Wetland City” since 2018. The symposium consists of sessions […]

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