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, friends and the world.
A group of 26 students from Sintanjin Middle School in Daejeon City, Republic of Korea, visited habitats for migratory birds in Seocheon County on 22 November with an aim to better understand migratory waterbirds which they had learnt from their classes at school. Prior to their visit to Seocheon County, their English teacher, Mr. Ryu, asked EAAFP Secretariat for help in getting more information on migratory waterbirds coming to South Korea and about the role of EAAFP. In response to it, we sent some promotional materials including Spoon-billed Sandpiper t-shirts produced to raise awareness about the critically endangered SBS. Song Chaeeun, a student participated in the trip, said “From now on I will put more efforts to protect the environment where migratory waterbirds live because now I know Republic of Korea is one of EAAFP partners from the experiential learning”.
The T-shirts are made of natural cotton without going through any chemical treatment such as bleaching, optical whitening or dyeing, so it has ivory colour. It’s designed by our previous intern Ms. Angela Choi. If you are interested in this item, they are available for sale at production cost. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org