WLI six-monthly bulletins

Twice a year, WLI members share their successes with the network. You can contribute to the newsletter by email. The bulletins up to 2020 are here as printable PDFs.

WLI Bulletin September 2021

29th September 2021

Download PDF WLI World September 2021 Issue 24 of WLI World: you can both download as PDF to print, or view story-by-story here. Open each story by tapping on its title. Welcome Expand Welcome to the WLI World Bulletin for September 2021. Once again we appear as a 1991 retro-style newsletter, to celebrate 30 years…

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People releasing flamingo

WLI Bulletin March 2021

18th March 2021

Download PDF WLI World March 2021 Issue 23 of WLI World is the first you can both download as PDF and also view directly on the website. Open each story by tapping on its title. Welcome Expand Welcome to the WLI World Bulletin for March 2021. In the PDF printable version, you may may notice…

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Children around a guide with a parabolic microphone

WLI Bulletin November 2020

26th November 2020

Your WLI Bulletin for November 2020 is now online! The pandemic delayed the newsletter and the work of many WLI members, but we persevere. Download the PDF to read about: Wetland Fund from Ramsar Regional Centre – East Asia colleagues in France and Spain adapted to the health restrictions in Europe; the downtime in Colombia meant…

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Six teen birders with binoculars

WLI Bulletin March 2020

25th March 2020

The first WLI Bulletin for 2020 is now online! Download the PDF to learn about: Virtual staff exchanges; CEPA trip to China; Take part in Birds & Schools; Changes to WLI internship; And meet a new member in Nigeria!

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WLI Bulletin September 2019

27th September 2019

Please see our WLI Update September 2019 For the latest WLI stories, looking at adventure trip in Bulgaria;travelling arts exhibition at The Environmental Education Centre of The Grand-lieu Lake for raising people’s awareness of the protection of wetlands; schoolchildren’s visits to local wetland protection centres and their online exchanges with their bird flyway counterparts; climate change in…

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WLI Bulletin March 2019

21st March 2019

Please see our WLI Update March 2019 for the latest WLI stories, looking at seagrass education in Malaysia, environmental therepy for diverse populations in Trinidad and Tobago; the Biowet project bringing European high-schoolers together to assess climate change; the concept behind a natural playground in Canada; and feeding sea-eagles in Sweden. We also mark the…

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WLI Bulletin October 2018

22nd October 2018

Please see our WLI update October 2018 for the latest WLI stories from the new colleague at WLI and WWT Connor Walsh, and wetland centre activites including classical music in Sri Lanka, pond dipping in Canda, a family day in China, birding competitions in Russia, and flirty birds in Spain. If you would like to…

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WLI Bulletin April 2018

30th April 2018

Please see our April Bulletin for the latest WLI stories from our outgoing intern Pato Guerrero, WWT’s Cambodia conservation activities, the Ramsar Culture Network and plans for the coming World Migratory Birds day event linking schools along the flyway.  If you would like to submit a story next time, please contact the Head of WLI.

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Woman and man look over intrepretation board in desert-like coast

WLI Bulletin October 2017

30th 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 with wetlands across the American continent and building on the…

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WLI Bulletin, May 2017

3rd May 2017

The WLI update May 2017 is now available, with stories from wetland centres in Canada and Romania, an update on WWT’s Flight of the Swans expedition, an opportunity to report on your wetland as part of a global survey, and how the network is developing in West Africa.  We hope you enjoy reading it, and please contact us if…

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