For the information on specific species, you can also refer to the pages under ‘Migratory Waterbirds’and  ‘OUR ACTIVITIES – Working Groups/Task Forces'

EAAFP Publications

As EAAFP logo is the most fundamental material to prepare EAAFP-related events like National Partnership Workshop, EAA Flyway Site Network ceremony, World Wetland Day and World Migratory Bird Day, we make it available for Partners to download from our website. The EAAFP Secretariat encourages good use of the logo for your own EAAFP-related event from an international/national/local perspective. If you have any question or other request, please contact us at: secretariat@eaaflyway.netImportant caution on customizing EAAFP


EAAFP Logo Guide 

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The opinions and claims of authors of documents included on this page are not necessarily the same as those of the East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership or its Secretariat.

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Several organizations provide opportunities for Partners to access grants of small amounts of money to conduct projects on conservation of waterbirds and/or their habitats. These “Small Grants Funds” can be helpful to undertake an activity or create materials for Flyway Network Sites in a country, to cover the costs of developing a major project, or to serve as seed money that will attract co-funding. The East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership does not act as a provider of small funds but can assist Partners to contact existing Small Grants Funds. The following summaries and links should enable Partners to make their own inquiries. Please note that the time frames and other operational requirements vary between the Funds, typically as determined by particular national regulations. Also be aware that competition for grants may be strong and that waterbirds may be only one of the many subjects that the Fund addresses. Information on other Funds may be added to this site in the future.

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Migratory waterbirds have been living around us for a long time. Once you start to be aware of their presence, you will want to see them more often and protect their habitats. Habitats that are now seriously under threat because of heavy development.

With the souvenirs below, from EAAFP’s Secretariat, we hope you take the opportunity to make people around you become more familiar with migratory waterbirds along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF). We welcome your attention and support to help conserve migratory waterbirds and their habitats.

Your donations will be used to produce further outreach materials to raise awareness of the current status along the EAAF.

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