• Events planned for Year of the Godwit 2015 by Pukorokoro Miranda Naturalists’ Trust

    Celebrating the amazing journey of NZ migratory birds, this year the Pukorokoro Miranda Naturalists’ Trust is commemorating its 40th anniversary, as Year of the Godwit 2015. From the 18th March among events being planned is a series of free public lectures by eminent international experts on the precarious future of these fascinating shorebirds. Working in […]

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  • EAAFP “갯벌 관리 인천‧경기 공동 모니터링 시행해야”

    [Read in English] (인천=뉴스1) 주영민 기자 2015.01.07 UN 산하기구인 동아시아대양주철새이동경로파트너십(EAAFP)은 이동성 물새 및 서식지 보전을 위한 행동계획’을 통해 “인천 연안 갯벌’을 체계적으로 관리하기 위해서는 인천시와 경기도가 연계한 공동 모니터링을 시행해야 한다”고 7일 밝혔다. EAAFP는 “인천의 송도갯벌, 영종갯벌, 강화남단갯벌과 경기도의 소래―시흥 갯골, 오이도 갯벌이 포함된 ‘인천 연안 갯벌’은 하나의 생태계로 이뤄져 있기 때문에 통합적인 관리가 필요하다”며 ”관할 […]

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  • Review of the international policy framework for conserving migratory shorebirds in the East Asian Australasian Flyway

    In 2014, Eduardo Gallo-Cajiao, of the University of Queensland undertook an internship at EAAFP to characterise and analyse the international policy framework for the conservation of migratory shorebirds within the East Asian-Australasian Flyway, with a specific focus on three countries, Australia, China and the Republic of Korea. This work was supported from a grant to […]

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  • Scientific Task Force on Avian Influenza and Wild Birds statement on 19th December 2014

    Read in other languages: Scientific Task Force on Avian Influenza and Wild Birds statement on: H5N8 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in poultry and wild birds 19th December 2014   This statement, from the UN CMS/FAO Co-Convened Scientific Task Force on Avian Influenza and Wild Birds is released in response to the recent H5N8 HPAI […]

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  • Global Flyway Network’s Satellite Tracking Project

    by Global Flyway Network (GFN)   In the last week of October GFN and the AWSG spent a week catching shorebirds for the EAAF satellite transmitter project. Catching started off very well with all the Great Knot that we needed being caught on October 22nd. 20 of these birds were taken in to captivity for an experiment in […]

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  • EAAFP Information Brochure 2015 has been published

    The latest version of EAAFP Information Brochure in English is downloadable now here. It includes newly joined partners, updated list of Flyway Site Network, activities took place in 2014 and other news. New Partners: Myanmar, Vietnam, ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity New Flyway Network Site : 1 Mongolia, 2 Japan, 3 Myanmar, 2 Thailand, 1 Australia New Activities: Arctic Migratory […]

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  • New educational materials: Post-it notes and postcards

    To introduce EAAFP’s works and some threatened migratory waterbirds to public, EAAFP Secretariat made post-it and postcards of Baer’s Pochard and Chinese Crested Tern, both are categorised as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List, and one-legged Kentish Plover highlighting injuries from fishing debris. The postcards were printed on 100% recycled paper. The Chinese Crested […]

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  • SBS T-shirts: Save the Spoon-billed Sandpiper

    Without our efforts, SBS could disappear from the world. It is one of the most threatened species of the East Asian – Australasian Flyway. EAAFP Secretariat made a T-shirts to raise awareness on SBS and the crisis they are facing. Please wear this T-shirts to support their survival and distribute our message to your family, […]

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  • Information and Experience Sharing and Training Workshop for Wetland and Flyway Site Managers in East and Southeast Asia, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Flyway and Wetland Site Manager Workshop in East and Southeast Asia was held in Jakarta, Indonesia on 25-29 August to share information and experience. It was co-organised by the EAAFP and the Ramsar Regional Center East Asia (RRC-EA), and sponsored by the Ministry of Environment, Republic of Korea and hosted by the Ministry of Forestry, […]

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  • Workshop on Migratory Bird Monitoring in the Geum Estuary

    The Migratory Bird Monitoring Workshop was held at Seocheon Migratory Bird Center, Seocheon, South Korea on 1-4 September, organized by BirdLife International, hosted by the Seocheon County and supported by EAAFP. The workshop was to bring together those with an interest, past data and/or experience in migratory bird monitoring in the Geum Estuary with the […]

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