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Seventh WLI Asia Conference announced

The 7th WLI Asia Conference will be from 2–6 December 2019 in Taipei

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Hong Kong Wetland Park celebrates World Wetlands Day 2019

To echo with the theme“Wetlands and Climate Change”, Hong Kong Wetland Park (HKWP) organised a series of fun-filled activities to celebrate World Wetlands Day (WWD) 2019. The activities included the winter signature event Bird Watching Festival, art workshops, bird watching guided tours, bird race and “Flying Foodies”

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EAAFP Small grants fund open for application

The East Asian-Australasia Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) has launched a small-grants award. The closing date is 3 February 2019. Download the application form here. There is also more information on the EAAFP website.   

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Chinese visit to WLI, UK

Chen Qing and Chris Rostron at London Wetland Centre

As part of our twinning programme with partners at the Mangrove Foundation (MCF) in Shenzhen, China, we have hosted our colleague Chen Qing at WWT Slimbridge and then at WWT London Wetland Centre (see right). Chen Qing has worked with both WLI and WWT Consulting, and spent time

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WLI Asia membership renewal!

The Ramsar Regional Centre East Asia (RRC-EA) leads on WLI Asia and are currently updating the WLI Asia membership, for both new and existing WLI-Asia network members. This includes both wetland centers that are established near a wetland and provide information, interpretation, education, and activities on wetlands

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Knots painting competition

2018 Knots Painting Competition (deadline: 29th Oct) 2018 Knots Painting Competition (deadline 29th Oct) is held by EAAFP, which is one of activities for “Year of the Knots (2017 – 2018)”, to call for attention and urgent conservation actions to save knots. Participants can draw knots on paper

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WLI in China!

Chris Rostron, Head of WLI, is now in China for a month, working on an exchange project with the Mangrove Conservation Foundation, based in Shenzhen.  We will work together to look at good practice in visitor management and wetland centre design and delivery, including visits to Hainan and

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Hong Kong BioBlitz 2017, 3-4 November at Tai Tam Tuk

Over 24 hours on 3-4 November 2017, Tai Tam Tuk, the smallest mangrove in Hong Kong, will host the second Hong Kong BioBlitz: a collaborative citizen science event where public, expert naturalists and volunteers race to to identify as many species of wildlife as possible!  This event

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WWT visits Guandu Nature Park, Taiwan

Pete Morris and Colleagues at Guandu Nature Park

Peter Morris and Sacha Dench from Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) visited Guandu Nature Park on the afternoon of September 16th 2017. They started with a tour around the Park while discussing the Park and its history. Then the conversation moved towards issues faced with running a center

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Asian Wetland Symposium / WLI Asia 2017

AWS planning group, Suncheon, February 2017

We are working with the organisers of the Asian Wetland Symposium to prepare for their conference from the 4th to the 10th of November this year, with a dedicated WLI Asia day on the 11th of November.  There are opportunities to submit abstracts for presentations or posters to showcase

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