East Africa – Central Asia flyway

Cousin Island Special Reserve

By Chris / 3rd March 2018

  About Nature Seychelles, an NGO and the Birdlife partner in the Seychelles, took over the management of the reserve in 1998. Our mission is to improve the conservation of local biodiversity through research, habitat conservation, monitoring, education and awareness, advocacy and ecotourism. Cousin Island receives some 10,000 visitors a year. Visitor fees and donations…

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Salim Ali Visitor Centre

By Chris / 2nd March 2018

About This 29sq km reserve locally known as Ghana is a mosaic of dry grasslands, woodlands, woodland swamps, and wetlands. Keoladeo National Park as any other National park or sanctuary offers excellent opportunities for understanding nature. Funding support: The centre was established by a very unique partnership of Government an NGO and a corporate house…

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Salim Ali Nature Club

By Chris / 2nd March 2018

About SACON in partnership with schools of the Singanallur and Sulur-Voluntary Activity by SACON as a part of its nature education programme (www.sacon.org) and www.wetlandsofindia.org Founded/opened The centre was opened with activities of students of these two schools three years ago. There is no estimate of visitors. Mostly visited for bird watching. Known for Spot-billed…

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Ramsar Regional Centre for Training and Research in Central and West Asia

By Chris / 2nd March 2018

  About Department of Environment, Islamic Republic of Iran Funding support: Self-funded Number of staff: 3 Overall aims of the centre: The RRC-CWA will enhance the implementation of the Ramsar Convention in the region through training, research, advocacy and public awareness programmes. Working to support the implementation activities of contracting parties for the effective management…

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