Birds Korea is dedicated to the conservation of birds and their habitats in Korea and the wider Yellow Sea Eco-region.
Founded in 2004, we depend on volunteers, donations and active members to continue our work.
Thanks to this support, we conduct research; work to solve issues and disputes through planning and design; and do as much as our capacity allows to raise awareness and to support education programs.
In the current year (2019), we have surveyed wetlands adjacent to the DMZ in Gimpo City with our colleagues in the Hanns Seidel Foundation; with KFEM and international experts, supported the efforts of Hwaseong City to conserve internationally important wetlands; surveyed rivers and conducted the first birdwatching tours to the DPRK; worked at the invitation of Jeju provincial government and with local conservationists to survey impacts of the Bijarim Ro road widening project; produced an almost 40-page report to support conservation measures on Baekryeong Island; and been invited to present at meetings around the nation. We have also posted dozens of online articles and been heard through both national and international media.
We hope you will join and support us: thank you!
To learn more about joining Birds Korea and to offer your support, please contact us directly.
National Coordinator / Birds Korea Office, Ms Park Meena (Korean or English; Korean preferred) 051 627 3163
Director, Dr Nial Moores (English or Korean; English preferred),
(82) 010 9303 1963
ParkdotMeena at birdskorea.org;
NialdotMoores at birdskorea.org
or by mailing us below:
Comments or questions are welcome.