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Birds Korea: Four Rivers, Jeju Naval Base and the IUCN WCC

Four Rivers, Jeju Naval Base and the IUCN WCC Dr Nial Moores, Director Birds Korea, September 14th Some folks have asked why I am not at the IUCN’s World Conservation Congress (WCC). This is an extremely hard question to answer […]

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Birds Korea at the Sandwich Bay Bird Observatory Bird Fair, Kent (UK)

Written by Martin Sutherland, Birds Korea UK, September 2012: Sixty years on from the establishment of a ringing station at Sandwich Bay on the east Kent coast in England,

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Spoon-billed Sandpiper makes the list…

...of the most 100 threatened species on the planet.

As much as I dislike these sorts of lists - a fern specialist or a freshwater invertebrate specialist could probably

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TN98 Birds Korea and the IUCN WCC

A conversation with Dr Nial Moores, Director of Birds Korea - the accredited NGO based in the Republic of Korea that works for the conservation of birds and

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How to Test Shorebirds for Avian Influenza… Safely

The following article was written by Dr Nial Moores, Director of Birds Korea, after witnessing very poor handling of shorebirds within Yubu Ramsar site this week. It

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Waterbirds of Korean Intertidal Wetlands face Extinction

“Waterbirds of Korean Intertidal Wetlands face Extinction” Seoul Press Centre, 10:00-10:30 September 3rd Organised by: Birds Korea/ Microhabitat/Soomdo Center Sponsored by: EcoScience Institute of Ewha University/Roots & Shoots

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WWT DVD: ‘Saving the Spoon-billed Sandpiper’

The blurb on the WWT website trails this amazing DVD with the words: "Shot guerrilla-style, in the field by its stars, saving the spoon-billed sandpiper brings real-life

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TN95 Nial Moores of Birds Korea on the IUCN/WCC

A conversation with Nial Moores, Director of Birds Korea - the accredited NGO based in the Republic of Korea that works for the conservation of birds and their

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The Real Financial Costs of Korea’s Four Rivers Project: Is Thailand next?

The following comment was written by Dr Nial Moores, Director of Birds Korea, and was recently posted on the Birds Korea blog. Birds Korea has been

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TN92 Nial Moores of Birds Korea on the Yellow Sea and Minke Whales

A conversation with Nial Moores, Director of Birds Korea, about waterbirds and the IUCN's recently released report titled "IUCN situation analysis on East and Southeast Asian intertidal habitats,

  

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