• EAAFP MOP11 – 4th Notification to Partners

    With regards to the continuing COVID-19 global pandemic situation, international travel measures and restrictions imposed in many Partner countries, the Australian Government and BirdLife Australia have proposed revised dates regarding the hosting of MoP11 to the 12th -17th March, 2023 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The EAAFP Management Committee has accepted the generous hosting offer from the Australian co-hosts. The Management Committee also endorsed the Secretariat organizing a series of webinars to increase dialogue with and between Partners. This is also an opportunity for Partners to be briefed on important issues to be tabled for consideration at MoP11, including Activities of the Secretariat; Draft Guidelines for National/Site Partnerships and Sister Site Programme; Migratory Waterbird Conservation Status Review; Update on the ADB Regional Flyway Initiative; Briefing on the proposed Partner Reporting Template for MoP 11, etc. The webinars are proposed for June, 2022. Further notification and details will be announced in due course. The EAAFP Secretariat regrets any inconvenience caused by the postponement of MoP. The Secretariat will continue its work and update Partners, Working Groups and Task Forces on issues and the proposed decision papers related to MoP11 via email, the MoP11 webpage , and social media channels. Please feel free to contact the Secretariat at secretariat@eaaflyway.net for any relevant inquiries.


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  • Official Launching of Regional Flyway Initiative

    On 14th October, The East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP), in cooperation with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and BirdLife International today launched the Regional Flyway Initiative (RFI), a long-term…


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  • Russian Far East Shorebird Workshop (9-11 October 2017)

    Jonathan C Slaght, Wildlife Conservation Society Workshop Summary: Twenty-one avian specialists from Russia and the United States…


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  • Qupałuk Flyway Network Site [EAAF133] – East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership

    Casey Burns, State Wildlife Biologist, Bureau of Land Management–Alaska 7 February 2017 Photo representative of habitat on Qupałuk Flyway Network Site…


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  • International Internships in Conservation at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary in the US

    Four-month International Internships in raptor conservation science consist of exposure to and training in all aspects of Hawk mountain Sanctuary conservation, including science, education, and conservation focused on migratory…


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