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World Wetland Day with Khakassky Reserve

On February 2nd, the Khakassky Reserve and children from Saint Innokenty of Moscow Orthodox Gymnasium celebrated the World Wetland Day. The World Wetland Day is one of the most important environmental holidays. It marks the date of signing of the Convention on Wetlands, called the Ramsar Convention,

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WLI update, March 2016

Izunuma Centre

New Partners Welcome to our bumper crop of new wetland centre partners: Lake Izunuma-Uchinuma Sanctuary Center, and Fujimae Japan; Association Mwaka, DR Congo; Asamati, Macedonia; Polistovsky, Russia; Khabeki information Centre, Pakistan; and three centres through Asity, Madagascar. Migratory Birds for People Key partners Staatsbosbeheer are supporting development

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Exchange between members of the WLI Russia network

At Smolensk National Park

On the 10th-11th of March Polistovsky Reserve employees visited National Park “Smolensk Lakeland” to familiarize with the work of one of the wetland educational centers of Wetland Link International (WLI) network. Recall that Polistovsky Reserve joined WLI program at the end of February this year. National Park

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WLI Asia MoU with Ramsar Regional Centre

Delegates at Suncheon signing ceremony

The Ramsar Regional Centre East Asia (RRC-EA) and WLI Global met in South Korea in early March 2016 to agree the role of the RRC-EA as WLI Asia Regional Coordinator.  The RRC-EA has also recently moved to a new office in Suncheon City, South Korea, and celebrated the new

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World Wildlife Day – Liceo San Miguel, Colombia

March 3rd. World Day for Wildlife, Liceo Taller San Miguel-Colombia With the project “SOS for the animal world,” students attended the invitation made ​​by the UN, calling on all citizens of the world to raise awareness about the importance of wildlife for different ecosystems on the planet

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Taunsa Wetland Centre, Pakistan

Actors representing the wildlife of the Indus

WWF Pakistan celebrated World Wetlands Day this year to help raise awareness of illegal wildlife trade with community participation. Theatre performance with professional actors enacted the river Indus with all its wildlife, then the impacts of hunters who are trapping birds and turtles.  This was followed by a

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WLI Korea

WLI Korea Group

After a long time discussing and preparing, WLI Korea was launched on World Wetlands Day, to provide support for wetland centres within the country.  The initiative is being lead by the KFEM (Friends of the Earth South Korea), and will be open to anyone running wetland education

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Flight of the Swans, Europe

Торжественное открытие проекта в Лондоне

Flight of the Swans, Europe  WWT’s record-breaking proposal to fly the migratory route of the Bewick’s swan by paramotor has been launched!  Partners gathered at the Royal Geographic Society in central London, 27th January, to celebrate (see picture, right, with paramotor in the background).  In September 2016, our colleague, Ms Sacha

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Young researchers in Smolensk Lakeland

During the Christmas holidays the ecological school “Life of the winter forest” was organized in the ecological center “Baklanovo,” National Park “Smolensk Lakeland”. In addition to the National Park, organization of the ecological school traditionally was attended by Non-Profit Partnership “Birds and people.” Despite the cold, guys

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Osprey flyway project, Urdaibai, Basque Country

The “Ospreys flyways linking communities” environmental education project has been organised in Urdaibai Bird Center for the second year in succession in collaboration with the Basque Government and the Provincial Administration of Bizkaia. This environmental education project about Ospreys allows students from different parts of the Basque

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