“Researchers observe rare bird species”

From the Joongang Daily, April 10:

"An ecological survey team with the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (Unescap) has discovered some 111 bird species in
North Korea’s Rason region, including several globally threatened species and others that could be threatened with extinction in the near future.

Dr. Nial Moores, director and co-founder of the conservation organization Birds Korea, participated on the team that conducted an assessment of birds
and their habitats from March 26 to 31 in the Rason and lower Tumen River region, which borders China, Russia and North Korea."



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