• “Black-faced Spoonbills Connecting Children to the Future of Wetlands Project” by Team SPOON

    Team SPOON, a youth group to protect the Endangered Black-faced Spoonbill and create a peaceful society by connecting people with nature, launched the “Black-faced Spoonbills Connecting Children to the Future of Wetlands Project” in earnest in May 2021. It was hoping to create a platform where the words of children, who are the main actors […]

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  • YSFAC X EAAFP Programme Concluded With Art Exhibition

    On 2nd September, the <Bird Meets Arts> Closing Reception hosted by the EAAFP Foundation and (Yeonsu Foundation for Arts and Culture (YSFAC) took place in G Tower Gallery, Songdo, Incheon. The first and second exhibitions of <Bird Meets Arts> exhibitions with artwork made with marine debris by the artist and general public, were held from […]

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  • The first Conservation Status Review for East Asian – Australasian Flyway now published for stronger waterbirds conservation

    There is an urgent need for ensuring updated waterbird population status information in order to protect migratory waterbirds that use the East Asian – Australasian Flyway (EAAF), many of which are globally threatened. The findings are based on a new report, the first EAAF Conservation Status Review (CSR 1) contributes to Objective 3 of the […]

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  • First Upo Wetland Symposium held to promote harmony between birds and people

    The 1st Upo Wetland Harmony Symposium was successfully held in Changnyeong County, Ro Korea from 21st to 22nd April 2022. It was hosted by Changnyeong County, with the support from the EAAFP Secretariat with the National Institute of Ecology (NIE), Ramsar Regional Center- East Asia (RRC-EA), and Gyeongsangnamdo Ramsar Environmental Foundation (GREF). Local Project Coordinator of […]

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  • 11th Yakutat Tern Festival

    The 11th Yakutat Tern Festival took place from 2nd to 5th June, 2022, in the small southeast Alaska community of Yakutat, U.S.A., organized by Yakutat Nature Society (YNS). The festival was established in 2011 as a way for the community of Yakutat and visitors to celebrate the natural and cultural resources of Yakutat and to […]

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  • YSFAC X EAAFP PROJECT 2022 Bird Meets Arts 5th Education Program

    On August 4th, the fifth event of 2022 <Bird Meets Arts> ‘Imaginary Monster’ was successfully concluded. A cooperative project between the EAAFP Foundation and the Yeonsu Foundation for Arts and Culture (YSFAC), <Bird Meets Arts> aims to promote the importance of migratory waterbirds and habitat conservation and the potential of ecological arts through culture and […]

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  • The Philippines conducts its 1st National Training on Seabird Identification and Monitoring

    In the effort to increase our knowledge and capacities in conserving seabirds in the Philippines, the Biodiversity Management Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Isla Biodiversity Conservation, partnering with   the Tubbataha Management Office, Wetlands International, Marine Wildlife Watch of the Philippines, and Philbio, organized the 1st National Seabird Identification and Monitoring Training […]

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  • Third Training Workshop of Youth Think Tank Competition for EAA Flyway is about Project Management

    3rd Training Workshop of Youth Think Tank Competition for EAA Flyway Project Management Objectives Project Management skills are essential to the effectiveness and increase the impact of the conservation effort. To better equip young people, especially future conservation leaders, the East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) organized a series of training workshops, with the […]

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  • Farewell to External Relations & Foundation Assistant, Ms. Yeonju Park

    In the words of Yeonju Park, “At the end of the journey with EAAFP and on the way to the next stop Starting from the middle of January, my 6 months journey at the EAAFP Secretariat has been finalized. When I just joined the internship at the EAAFP, my interest in the environmental field was […]

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  • “Crane Rice” – an initiative to improve local livelihoods and conserve the threatened Sarus Crane in Cambodia

    The Ministry of Environment of Cambodia, in collaboration with NatureLife Cambodia and BirdLife International, has now established a new ‘Crane Rice’ initiative, aimed at improving local livelihoods and better conserving the stately Sarus Crane. ‘Crane Rice’ will involve wildlife-friendly rice farming practices which will benefit the cranes and other waterbirds in Anlung Pring Protected landscape, […]

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