• Period: 10-14 December 2018

  • Venue: Changjiang City, Hainan Island, P.R. China

  • Note: There will be a pre-meeting day on 9 December for Working Groups and Task Forces to meet if they so wish.

  • Contact: secretariat@eaaflyway.net

The online registration form for MOP10 is available[here], and a hardcopy of the same registration form can be downloaded [here].

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  • If you do not submit the registration form by Sunday 30 September 2018, we cannot guarantee the availability of a room.

  • Contact: If you have any other logistic related questions, please contact Ms. Yunzhu Liu, Local Logistic Coordinator of Beijing Forestry University, rosie312@163.com, and copied to Ms. Hyeon Hee Do, Programme Assistant of EAAFP Secretariat, secretariat@eaaflyway.net

The online Travel and Accommodation form is available [here], and a hardcopy of the same form can be downloaded [here].

© the New Century Hotel

The meeting will be held at the New Century Resort Hotel, Qizi Bay  (昌江棋子湾旅游景区广德路).

*The recommended airport is Haikou Meiland International Airport and we will provide information later about the local transportation between the airport and venue. Considering the distance from the airport to the hotel (2.5 hours), we highly recommend that you arrive during daytime when transportation is more easily available. 

Information will soon be uploaded to this [link].

Partners, Working Groups and Task Forces are kindly requested to complete their Report on Implementation to MOP10 using the online Survey Monkey form [here] by 16 September.

You can freely download the Partner's report by clicking the blue-colored name in the list.

National Governments

Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, DPR Korea, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Philippines, RO Korea, Russia, Singapore, Thailand, USA, Vietnam

Inter-Governmental Organisations

ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity, Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Convention on Biological Diversity, Convention on Migratory Species, Food & Agriculture Organisations, Ramsar Convention on Wetlands

International Non-Governmental Organisations

Australasian Wader Studies Group - BirdLife Australia, BirdLife International, Hanns Seidel Foundation, International Crane Foundation, IUCN, Pukorokoro Miranda Naturalists Trust, Wetlands International, Wild Bird Society of Japan, Wildlife Conservation Society, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, WWF

International Private Enterprise

Rio Tinto

Working Groups

Anatidae, Avian Influenza, Black-faced Spoonbill, CEPA (Communication, Education, Participation and Awareness), Crane, Seabird, Shorebird

Task Forces

Amur-Heilong Basin, Baer's Pochard, Far Eastern Curlew, Monitoring of waterbird populations and sites, Scaly-sided Merganser, Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Strategic Plan, Yellow Sea Ecoregion

Documents List

Files

Doc.1    Provisional Agenda

Doc.2    Report from the Chair of the Management Committee

Doc.3    Report from the EAAFP Secretariat

Doc.4    Report on the Status of Flyway Network Sites

Doc.5    Report from the Finance Committee

Doc.6    Financial Report from the EAAFP Secretariat

Doc.7    Participants List 

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DD.01     EAAFP Strategic Plan 2019-2028

DD.02     CEPA Strategy and Action Plan 2017-2021

DD.03     Organization Structure of the EAAFP

DD.04     Update on the Appointment and Work of the Interim Technical Committee

DD.05     Establishment of the Science Unit for EAAFP Secretariat

DD.06     Revised Guidelines for Sponsorship of Participants at EAAFP Meetings of Partners

DD.07     Standardized Process and Template for Small Grant Fund Applications for EAAFP WG & TF

DD.08     Developing Guidelines for National and Site Partnerships

DD.09     Developing an EAAFP Sister Site Program

DD.10   Standardized Taxonomy for Migratory Waterbirds

DD.11   Amendment to Appendix III of the Partnership Document

DD.12   Development of a Conservation Status Review of Migratory Waterbird Populations for the EAAFP

DD.13   Migratory Species of Conservation Concern in the ASEAN Region

DD.14   International Single Species Action Plan for the Conservation of the Dalmatian Pelican

Please feel free to contact the EAAFP Secretariat by email at secretariat@eaaflyway.net if you have any questions about the organization of MOP10.

Agenda for MOP10 is now available [here].