Birdlife International Tue, 10/11/2015 – 07:35
BirdLife International and the Government of Seocheon County have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding on the conservation of the Geum Estuary in the Republic of Korea.
Through the MOU, BirdLife and Seocheon County have agreed to work together to safeguard the biodiversity of the Geum Estuary.
“We are grateful to have the support of a great partner as BirdLife, an organisation that recognises the importance and value of Yubu-do,” said Mr Pakrae Noh.
Tag Archives: Geum Estuary
Dr. Nial Moores, October 8, 2014 An informal side event at the CBD COP organised by BirdLife on the extremely important Geum Estuary shows how great the conservation challenge is. read more
Bird News from Nial Moores and Mike McCarthy A quick visit to Saemangeum for research by one of the UK’s leading environmental journalists / writers Mike McCarthy (e.g. Independent journalist and author of the wonderful book “Say Goodbye to the Cuckoo”) was … read more
Birds Korea, August 19th 2013 As an organisation committed to sustainable development, we support greater conservation of energy and the development of alternative energy resources (including from wind and solar power). However, we only support such development when it is … read more
Bird News highlights from “Team Spoony: the Movie” by Nial Moores As part of Birds Korea work on a mini-documentary on Spoon-billed Sandpiper and tidal-flat conservation, a team of Birds Koreans (Paul Mossine, Ha Jung-Moon, Jason Loghry, Lee Jung-Kyu and … read more
Highlights from Nial Moores, Kevin Johnson, Vince Smith, Therese Catanach and Kazunori Yoshizawa. A belated report on a week in the field, at Seosan (25th), Mokpo, Heuksan Island (26th-29th), Gocheonnam (30th), the Geum Estuary (31st) and several sites between Jeonju … read more
Belated Bird News from Malcolm Oxlade, Stephen Elliott, Andrew Ashworth, Christopher Straw and Nial Moores: February 19th-21st Song Do: yet another internationally important wetland being lost to “reclamation”. Image © Nial Moores/Birds Korea. February 21st, Cheorwon, National Arboretum, … read more
On October 1st and 2nd we observed a total 15 (+) Spoon-billed Sandpiper at the Geum Estuary, along with a further 23,000+ shorebirds. Scanning for SBS. Photo © Hiroshi Tomida/Birds Korea. Although it is now more than a week since … read more