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What WLI did in 2019

A summary of the WLI team’s diverse activities in 2019!

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‘Wetlands Project’ art installation and radio

Art installations of wetlands sounds, with abstract visuals, plus live webradio.

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7th WLI Asia Conference

The 7th WLI Asia Conference had nearly 100 participants and planned for the coming two years

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MoU secures WLI Asia

Securing WLI Asia's future

The partnership that underpins WLI Asia has renewed its agreement until 2023. WLI is hosted at the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust (WWT) in the UK. WLI Asia is coordinated in-region by the Ramsar Regional Centrer – East Asia. On December 5th 2019, both parties signed a new

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WLI best-of celebration of WWD

WLI intern Adil Boulahia has looked at previous celebrations of World Wetlands Day by WLI members and has selected five that caught his eye.            This is a top 5 based on the scale of the activity and its results. Follow the links to learn more about

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SueTy: saving the Apolinar’s Wren from extinction

The Fundacion Montecito in Colombia is out to save a local bird from extinction. They need your crowd-funding support to make it happen. Not easy to avoid a bird extinction with limited resources, we know it. But not impossible! And it’s not too late Fundacion Montecito’s Felipe

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Birds and Schools webinar, Latin America

On the 24th of October, Wetland Link International and Environment for the Americas celebrated World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) with schools from across Latin America. About 50 students in Panama (C.E.B.G. Victoriano Chacón, Telebásica Playa Leona, C.E.B.G. Punta Chame, and C.E.B.G. Nueva Gorgona), Argentina (Escuela Municipal de

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Summer Camp for the Secret of Wetlands

On this mid-July, Tongli National Wetland Park held a camp activity for children, which brought them a sense of delight to explore the secret of wetlands and a pleasant memory in summer. This summer camp lasted five days from 9-13, July. We provided the kids varied events

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Migratory Birds for People marks 10th anniversary at WWT Slimbridge

The tenth annual meeting of Migratory Birds for People meeting has been held at WWT’s Slimbridge Wetland Centre in England. This year 16 representatives from 11 wetland centres and organisations gathered together, from far north as St. Petersburg, Russia, and as far south as Dakar, Senegal. WWT

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WLI and wetland city accreditation

Wetland city accreditation is a scheme by which cities and towns with Ramsar sites or other important wetlands can be recognised for their good work in conserving them and promoting wetlands to their local populations. The first round saw 18 cities accredited, and the deadline for the

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