• Relevant Scientific Articles updated in Feb 2015

    If you need full scientific articles, please contact Dr Judit Szabo, the science officer.   ANATIDAE O’Neal, B. J., J. D. Stafford, and R. P. Larkin. 2015. Migrating ducks in inland North America ignore major rivers as leading lines. Ibis 157:154–161. Anderson, H. B., J. Madsen, E. Fuglei, G. H. Jensen, S. J. Woodin, and R. […]

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  • 日本の「東アジア・オーストラリア地域渡り性水鳥重要生息地ネットワーク」参加地

    [Read in English] 日本の「東アジア・オーストラリア地域渡り性水鳥重要生息地ネットワーク」参加地一覧(日本国環境省発行)の最新版です。参加地の写真、基礎情報が掲載されています。 日本の「東アジア・オーストラリア地域渡り性水鳥重要生息地ネットワーク」参加地(日本語版) 日本の「東アジア・オーストラリア地域渡り性水鳥重要生息地ネットワーク」参加地(英語版) 日本の「東アジア・オーストラリア地域渡り性水鳥重要生息地ネットワーク」参加地の情報は、こちらからもごらんいただけます。

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  • Rare spoon-billed sandpipers return to Gulf of Mottama

    Biodiversity and Nature Conservation Association (BANCA) said the number of critically endangered Spoon-billed Sandpipers that migrate to the Gulf of Mottama in Myanmar, which is the 117th Flyway Site Network of EAAFP, has more than doubled over the past five years, from 74 in 2010 to 155 this year thanks to efforts of local people to […]

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  • EBS 용의자 철새

    전국으로 확산되고 있는 AI 대란! 2004년 1월 16일 이후, 살처분 가금류 1650만 마리! 최근 오리에서 ‘개’로 AI 전염! AI 발생한 성남 모란시장 50년 만에 휴장! AI 확산에 서울동물원 임시휴장! AI 공포가 수도권까지 상륙한 가운데, 그 주범으로 ‘철새’가 지목됐습니다. 지금 전국의 철새도래지는 초비상 상태입니다. 철새가 이 재앙의 시작일까요? 철새는 범인일까요, 피해자일까요?   EBS <하나뿐인 지구> 용의자 철새​ […]

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  • ‘Shorebird of the Year’ 2015 poll opens

    Source by World Shorebirds Day   The new poll for selecting the ‘Shorebird of the Year’ for 2015/16 have been opened. Let’s hear your voice and affect which species will be getting more exposure and support for next year. This is not just a question or a game. You affect which project will be donated through […]

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  • East Asian-Australasian Flyway Network Sites in Japan

    <日本語で読む> A leaflet of East Asian-Australasian Flyway Network Sites in Japan was published by Ministry of the Environment, Japan. It contains photos, total area, key waterbird groups and its overview of each site. East Asian-Australasian Flyway Network Sites in Japan [English version]  East Asian-Australasian Flyway Network Sites in Japan [Japanese version]  To find out further, please visit […]

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  • Recently joined Flyway Network Sites of EAAFP

    Judit Szabo, Science Officer EAAF114: Dashinchilen Tsagaan Wetland – Mongolia This central Mongolian site is a complex of spring-fed lakes of variable depth and salinity as well as marshes with reed and sedge. It is an important breeding site for many cranes, anatids and shorebirds and a significant stopover sites for waterbirds that breed further […]

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  • Scaly-sided Merganser Survey, January 31

    Survey report by Jason Loghry with Lee Keesan, Choi Su-Yeon and Mike Friel On Saturday, a team of us from Birds Korea surveyed the Southeast River for Scaly-sided Merganser. This is the same river that we monitored in the winter of 2011 / 2012 and again in 2013 / 2014. Our previous record high was of 56 […]

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  • [CBD Notification 2015-010] Request for updated information from Parties and partners on recent actions and plans related to the conservation of migratory bird species

    The EAAFP Implementation Strategy 2012-2016 under Objective 1:Outcome 2 on the management of internally important sites states:   The conservation of migratory waterbirds should be enhanced through their integration into National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs), following guidance from CMS Resolution 10.18 “Guidelines on the Integration of Migratory Species into National Biodiversity Strategies and […]

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  • 2nd World Seabird Conference, Cape Town, South Africa

    The formation of the World Seabird Union (WSU) was one of the achievements of the 1st World Seabird Conference, held in Victoria, Canada, September 7-11, 2010. The WSU is a consortium (non-profit, non-governmental organization) of all 21 of the world’s main regional and international seabird research and conservation organizations, and established its non-profit status in 2012. […]

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