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Lille Vildmose

Lille Vildmose in the eastern part of Himmerland is a Danish wilderness and an eldorado for nature lovers and people with an interest in history. The area is Denmark’s biggest protected region with its 7600 hectares or 76 km2. Here you will find, amongst other things Northwestern

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Armash Bird Count

TSE – Towards Sustainable Ecosyctems NGO: Conservation of unique diversity of Birds in Armash ponds.

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Volunteer WWT Cambodia project

The Cambodia project have just started recruiting for two really exciting volunteer roles with the Cambodia partnership, in Cambodia for 5 month placements.  Only a few fragments of lower Mekong wetland habitat remain, dotted across the landscape in southern Cambodia and Vietnam. These remaining wetlands support important

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Visit to WWT’s Enfield Wetlands project, London

 As part of the WLI (Wetland Link International) internship at WWT (Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust) Slimbridge, we visited the WWT project in Enfield, North London with Andy Graham from WWT’s “Working Wetlands” team.  This project is transforming a non-used area, to become an area with wetlands and

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MBP Annual Meeting 2017, Luxembourg

The Migratory Birds for People (MBP) Annual Meeting took place this year from the 8th to the 11th October, at the newly-built and very impressive Biodiversum Remerschen in Luxembourg.  This year brought together 22 partners from as far North as St Petersburg, Russia, to as far south

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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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WLI Bulletin, October 2017

Our latest WLI update Oct 2017 is available and brings you news from wetlands across the world including the Skocjan Caves in Slovenia and the Paracas National Reserve, Perú. In this update we also welcome our newest WLI intern Patricio from Chile who will be developing relationships

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5th Wetland Link International Americas Webinar

Evaluation of environmental awareness-raising activities at wetland sites Wednesday, October 25, 2017 – 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. EDT We spend a lot of time in our professional and voluntary capacities working to increase awareness through environmental education. But do we know how effective these activities are in leading to

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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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Exchange visit to establish partnerships for Văcărești Natural Park

Between 24th and 27th of September, the members of Văcărești Natural Park Association have participated in an exchange visit for the urban protected areas’ research and management in Oslo, Norway. The purpose of the visit has been the presentation of Văcărești Natural Park and the initiation of

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