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Bird Sightings

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Dobongsan, Seoul, October 4

Birding News from Robin Newlin A morning at the mountain yielded 3 or 4 calling Yellow-browed Warblers, 2 Eurasian Nuthatches, calling Eurasian Jays, scattered Marsh and Great Tits, a male … read more

Events

How can we all help to conserve Avian Biodiversity?

Next month, the Republic of Korea will host the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) conference in Gangwon Province.

As part of preparation for this conference, and with the generous support of K-Water, Birds Korea will conduct an education program in the Nakdong Estuary on Saturday 27th September.

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Conservation

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Some Observations on the CBD meeting in Pyeongchang (October 2014)

Dr. Nial Moores, Birds Korea, October 19th 2014 This month, governments and experts on biodiversity from many of the world’s nations gathered in Pyeongchang in Gangwon Province. There, an olympic … read more

Field Identification

Mystery feathers

I found these feathers on Socheong Island on May 26th 2010.  I had found many feathers that year and all were quite easily identifiable- except for these: Note that the primaries have … read more

Public Awareness

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Birders Against Wildlife Crime – a new campaign group

Charlie Moores, one of Birds Korea’s co-founders, recently helped set up a new campaign group aiming to help as many people as possible (birders, countryside users, hikers, etc) to Recognise, … read more

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새와생명의터 2014 조류목록 탄생

  봄이 절정인 때에,  지천에서 색이 한껏 오른 꽃잎을  틔우는 나무처럼 새와생명의터 웹사이트에는 오랜 시간과 열정을 쏟은 ‘새와생명의터 2014 대한민국 조류목록‘을 선보였습니다. 마무리를 지을 때 쯤이면 발목을 잡는(특히 발표가 늦어진 … read more

Eco Classes

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Obang Elementary Birds club

Jason Loghry, July 22 All of us at Birds Korea care for biodiversity and we do our best to involves others in the work we do. Over the past two … read more

General Interest

The environmental fallout of the Four Major Rivers Project

Hankyoreh, Aug.3,2013 Experts say it would now be best to remove the weirs and gradually return the rivers to their natural state By Kim Jeong-su, environment correspondent “The weirs don’t … read more