Geum River Estuary, located on the western coast of the Republic of Korea, was designated as the 100th Flyway Network Site on 1 December 2010. The site meets Network criteria for Anas platyrhynchos (Mallard), Sibirionetta formosa (Baikal Teal), Anser albifrons (Greater White-fronted Goose) and Anser fabalis serrirostris (Tundra Bean Goose). In winter it regularly accommodates more than 200,000 Baikal Teal which constitutes above 40% of the whole population and so it is one of the species’ most important non-breeding sites. It is jointly managed by Gunsan City and Seocheon County. A Certificate of Participation was presented to Seocheon County in December 2010 and a presentation to Gunsan City will be made in the near future. A Google Earth link to the site is accessible on the Partnership website at this link.