Why we need your help:
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.
How to donate and get souvenirs
1. Please order at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject [EAAFP souvenirs]. Please add information on which you would like to get from the three choices below. Please also write your name, shipment address, and your phone number. You will receive estimation including shipment fee through PayPal.
2. Once we have received your payment, we will send your souvenir ASAP.
100% of the money received through donations goes to developing materials for our CEPA activities. Donations can be sent through PayPal by clicking the button below.
Please contact us for further enquiry. We will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
Black-faced Spoonbill Name Card Holder
Why have we made this Black-faced Spoonbill Name Card Holder?
Black-faced Spoonbill is listed as Endangered(IUCN 2017), as it has a small population of around 4,000 individuals whose main threat is the loss of its habitat. Without our efforts, it could disappear from the world.
(For further information, please visit Black-faced Spoonbill page - click here).
Hence, we’ve made this name card holder to raise awareness on Black-faced Spoonbill and the crisis they are facing. Please carry on this holder to support their survival and distribute our message to your family, friends and the world.
(You can find other EAAFP activities, EAAFP Black-faced Spoonbill Working Group page – click here)
What material is it?
This name card holder was designed with a bright grey color of Jagae(Mother of Pearl), which is a Korean traditional design material and has a glowing surface by reflecting the light. And the rest of the body is made of stainless steel.
All rights reserved by EAAFP Secretariat and Lampros Krafft.
The size is 940mm by 540mm.
[DOMESTIC SHIPPING IN KOREA]
After you make the payment to the bank account listed below, please inform us immediately with your name, shipping address, and phone number. In case the payment is made by a different name, please inform us.
- Banking Information
Bank Name: Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK 기업은행)
Bank Account Number: 677-012362-01-016
Account Holder's name: EAAF파트너십사무국
Please send us an order request email with the title [Ordering BFS Name Card Holder] with your name, shipping address, and local phone number. We will send you a PayPal invoice for transaction. The bill will be calculated per the exchange rate and the location of the recipient.
Red Knot T-shirts
Save Wetlands for Migratory Waterbirds!
2016 marks the 10th anniversary of the launch of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership, which brings together 35 national governments, inter-governmental bodies, international NGOs and private sector organisations to save migratory waterbirds and their habitats in the Flyway for the benefit of people and biodiversity.
About the Artwork
Artist: Janet Essley
Title: Diverse waterbirds sharing habitat in Roebuck Bay, northwest Australia / Australian Aboriginal bark painting style
This beautiful artwork comes from Red Knots: A Cultural Cartography of a Migratory Bird’s Annual Journey, conceived by Janet Essley in collaboration with the biologist Lee Tibbitts in order to raise awareness of Red Knots and other long-distance migrants in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. Janet carefully researched art styles from the different cultures in countries where the Red Knot spends time during its yearly migration, to produce a glorious collection of original work.
We sincerely hope that this T-shirt inspires people to consider the importance of migratory waterbirds and their habitats, especially tidal flats that are so important for so many species.
The T-shirts sizes are S, M, L, XL and XXL.
Spoon-billed Sandpiper T-shirts
Why have we made this T-shirts?
Spoon-billed Sandpiper is one of the most threatened species of the EAAF. Without our efforts, it could disappear from the world. We’ve made this T-shirts to raise awareness on Spoon-billed Sandpipers and the crisis they are facing to. Please put on this T-shirts to support their survival and distribute our message to your family, friends and the world.
What fabric is it?
This T-shirt was made of natural cotton, without going through any chemical treatment such as bleaching, optical whitening and dyeing, so it has ivory colour. Please avoid tumble-drying at high temperatures.
The T-shirts sizes are now XS (18 available), S(21) and XXL (8) only.
Why have we made this handkerchief?
This handkerchief was produced to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day 2015 and spread its theme ‘Save migratory birds and the places they need’. You can find beautifully drawn migratory waterbirds visiting the Republic of Korea on the handkerchief.
What fabric is it?
This handkerchief was made of natural cotton, without going through any chemical treatment such as bleaching, optical brightening and dyeing (please refer to the images below), so it has an ivory colour. Please avoid tumble-drying at high temperatures.
The size is 49cm by 49cm. The ink colour is now dark brown.
Illustration by David Broughton
UV LED lamp doesn’t absorb light from the fabric, which means that it doesn’t include fluorescence brightening agents / © EAAFP
Meanwhile, this UV LED lamp absorbs light from the fabric, which means that it includes fluorescence brightening agents / © EAAFP
Far Eastern Curlew Badge
Why have we made this badge?
We’ve made this badge to raise awareness on Far Eastern Curlew, a species listed Endangered under IUCN criteria. The number of Far Eastern Curlew has declined over the past 20 years due to habitat loss, h
uman disturbance and possibly hunting (For further information, please visit our Far Eastern Curlew Task Force).
A lot of partners and supporters in the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) joined us to spread our message. Please attach this badge to support their survival and deliver our message to your family, friends and the world.
The badge size is 28mm*21mm. (Sold Out)
2020 EAAFP Calendar
Why have we made this calendar?
|The 2020 calendar showed the winning and selected photos of the first EAAFP Waterbirds Photo Contest held in 2019. The Photo competition was launched to raise awareness of the importance of conserving migratory waterbirds and sustainable management of their habitats in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF) region among the general public, youth, Flyway Network Site managers and wildlife photographers. More than 1000 photo entries were submitted to four categories and over 350 participants joined the contest. Click [here] to know more about the EAAFP Waterbirds Photo Contest.
This photo contest was sponsored by Sony Electronics Asia Pacific. The supporting organizations include Nature Society Singapore, Hong Kong Bird Watching Society, Bird Conservation Society of Thailand and Oriental Bird Club.
Check our previous calendars below.
The 2018 calendar was made with artworks by the winners of the 2017 Knots Drawing Competition. The competition was held as a part of the awareness raising campaign “Year of the Knots 2017-2018” that calls for attention and urgent conservation actions to save Red Knots and Great Knots (For further information, please visit Year of the Knots 2017-2018).
The EAAFP Secretariat has developed a 2019 calendar in celebration of the 10th Meeting of Partners (MOP10). Along with the basic information of EAAFP, you can find beautiful photos of migratory waterbirds from EAAFP secretariat partners and Flyway Network Sites.