We appreciate the participants at MOP11 to take a few minutes to give us feedback on MOP11:

  • Post-MOP11 survey, visit here.
  • Impact of Arts in MOP11, visit here.

Tentative Schedule for EAAFP MOP11 and associated events, 12-17 March, 2023

Timetable of Pre-MOP meetings for Working Groups/Task Forces and Committees


Timetable of Side Event

Note: The default setting for Catalina Room is U-shape for 33 seats, while Dehavilland Room’s is the classroom type for 48 seats; Catering will be available near the side event rooms from 12:30 to 14:00.

More information for the Pre-MOP and the Side Event: Link 

EAAFP MOP 11 Field Trip Schedule 

We look forward to seeing you on the day of the field trip and below you can find a schedule of activities for the day. Please note that we will need to closely keep to this schedule as we rely on multiple modes of transport for the day!

To be prepared, please ensure you bring along a water bottle, hat to protect you from the sun, a wind break or raincoat (especially in case it is breezy on the boat), binoculars and sunscreen. You will also need to wear closed toe shoes as we will go for a walk in the afternoon. We will also have sunscreen and insect repellent available for use if needed, as well as a few scopes and binoculars available for sharing.

Please note that an induction is required as part of our field day. Can you please ensure you have watched the following video ahead of the day: https://youtu.be/IK6yl8EYJPE Closer to the date we will share with you a risk assessment and recommended procedures for your safety on the day.

You can access our stops in Google Maps: https://www.google.com/collections/s/list/8ew9z1wlQVmZ54v454nK6A

Please complete the survey for the field trip by 15th March, 2023: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MOP11fieldtrip

For details, click here.

Official Sponsor for the trip:   




Special presentations during MOP11 Plenary Session


Presentation Presentation files
13 March 2023
Opening ceremony keynote presentation:
- Prof. Richard Fuller, The University of Queensland
14 March 2023
Special Presentations
1. “Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework – A new catalyst for action” – Mr. Joseph Appiott, Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity
2. “Regional Flyway Initiative” – Mr. Duncan Lang, Asian Development Bank
Updates from Working Groups and Task Forces
- Anatidae Working Group[PDF]

- CEPA Working Group[PDF]

- Crane Working Group[PDF]
15 March 2023
Special Presentations
1. “World Coastal Forum” – Prof. William Sutherland, University of Cambridge
2. “Impact of renewable energy to migratory waterbirds” – Dr. Iván Ramírez, Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animal[PDF]
Updates from Working Groups and Task Forces
- Shorebird Working Group[PDF]
- Seabird Working Group[PDF]
- Black-faced Spoonbill Working Group[PDF]
- Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force[PDF]
- Dalmatian Pelican Task Force[PDF]
- Conservation of Masked Finfoot
17 March 2023
Special Presentations
1. “Friends of the Flyway” – Her Excellency, Ms. Clare Fearnley, Former New Zealand Ambassador to China
2. “Wetland Link International Asia-Oceania” – Mr. Suh Seung Oh, Ramsar Regional Centre – East Asia[PDF]
3. “What’s youth roles in EAAF?” – Ms. Shuyu Hou, Tsinghua University and Ms. Lena van Swinderen, University of Queensland[PPT]
Engaging Corporates in EAAFP – Presentations by Sponsors
4. Australasian Wader Studies Group (AWSG) – Ms. Alison Russell-French and Ms. Birgita Hansen[PDF]
5. Faunatech – Ms. May-Le Ng[PDF]
6. East Asian – Australasian Flyway Conservation Status Review 1 – Dr. Taej Mundkur, Wetlands International[PDF]


East Asian – Australasian Flyway Conservation Status Review 1