• Far Eastern Curlew Task Force

    The Far Eastern Curlew Numenius madagascariensis is endemic to the East Asian – Australasian Flyway, is the largest migratory shorebird species in the world and is listed Endangered under IUCN criteria (IUCN, 2015). Recent evidence suggests that the Far Eastern Curlew has undergone a significant decline over the past 20 years. Drivers of this decline are likely […]

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  • Shorebird Working Group

    Under the former Asia-Pacific Migratory Waterbird Conservation Strategies (1996 – 2000; 2001 – 2006), the Shorebird Working Group was established to implement the Shorebird Action Plans. This was effective in facilitating the collaboration of researchers, site managers and governments within the Flyway. A Shorebird Site Network of 48 sites was established and coordinated by a […]

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  • World Migratory Bird Day 2020

          World Migratory Bird Day 2020 Statement from the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership                                           World Migratory Bird Day 2020 video – Story of a tagged Great Knot Beak Beak (Eng)        […]

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  • Task Force on Illegal Hunting, Taking and Trade of Migratory Waterbirds

    Introduction Hunting is a substantial threat to migratory waterbirds in the EAAF and has been linked to the decline of many threatened species in the Flyway. In many parts of this diverse region, hunting is considered as illegal because species targeted are protected under national or sub-national legislation. The Task Force was established with the […]

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  • Task Force on Illegal Hunting, Taking and Trade of Migratory Waterbirds

    Introduction Hunting is a substantial threat to migratory waterbirds in the EAAF and has been linked to the decline of many threatened species in the Flyway. In many parts of this diverse region, hunting is considered as illegal because species targeted are protected under national or sub-national legislation. The Task Force was established with the […]

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  • Festival of Wings 2019

    It’s the time of year again, when the spotlight falls on the wetlands of Kuala Selangor, Malaysia, and its resident and migratory birds. On the 19th October 2019, Pesta Sayap (Festival of Wings) was part of the Karnival Kuala Selangor 2019 with a range of activities at the Dataran Melawati, Kuala Selangor town. Now in […]

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  • New Engraved Legflags from Jiangsu

    Green/Blue flag combination has been used in Jiangsu coast, China, since 2015. Sightings so far have included Red-necked Stint in Thailand, Myanmar and Australia, Great Knotin Indiaand Australia,Lesser Sand Ploverin Australia, Terek Sandpiper in Australiaand Peninsular Malaysia,Bar-tailed GodwitinAustralia, Curlew Sandpiper inAustralia, Ruddy Turnstonein Australia, Kentish Plover in Taiwan and Sanderling in Bali. This autumn, Professor […]

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  • The EAAFP Secretariat participated in local events in Ro Korea to promote conservation of migratory waterbirds and wetlands

    From 19th September 2019 to 22nd September, from 10am to 4pm, DMZ festa was held at KINTEX Exhibition Center I Hall 5 in Goyang City. Organized by Gyeonggi-do and Gyeonggi Tourism Organization, this event was initiated to celebrate the North-South Korean summit, which was held on 19 September 2018. The purpose of the event was to promote […]

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  • Successful Applicants of 2019 EAAFP WG/TFs Small Grant Fund

    ** EAAFP Secretariat has deleted applicant’s bank information in the applications due to privacy matters **

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  • Successful Applicants of 2019 EAAFP WG/TFs Small Grant Fund

    ** EAAFP Secretariat has deleted applicant’s bank information in the applications due to privacy matters **

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