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Birding with the 3rd Eye Bird photography competition – Application Form

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Birds of Wilpattu National Park

FOGSL latest publication – Checklist of Wilpattu birds is now downloadable asia news

BirdLife in Asia # 37

The Quarterly Newsletter 37

” Spring 2011 not only ushered in the migratory birds but also a devastating tsunami in Japan. The news of the outbreak of Avian Influenza in many parts of Asia, in particular, Japan, Korea and China, was overshadowed by the more dramatic impacts of the tsunami and its aftermath. Then later in the year, the floods in Southeast Asia made us postpone a Spoon-billed Sandpiper conservation workshop scheduled for November in Bangkok. . ……… “BirdLife Asia division latest news letter is now downloadable

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Kedetta January 2012 issue

Kedetta is Sinhala language communication bulletin of Field Ornithology Group of Sri Lanka. malkoha cover page

BirdLife in Asia # 36

The Quarterly Newsletter 36

” BirdLife Asia has changed registration from a nonprofit organization or NPO in Japan to an Ippan Shadan Hojin. We ceased to become NPO BirdLife Asia last 31 March 2011 and became registered with the Tokyo Registration office under the Ministry of Justice as BirdLife International Asia Division beginning 1 April 2011. Our new registration allows us to be comparable with all the other regional offices of BirdLife International in Europe, Pacific, Americas, Middle East and Africa. This change also signals our greater focus to providing much needed support to the BirdLife Asia Partnership. ……… “BirdLife Asia division latest news letter is now downloadable

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2011 Beginners Bird Study Technique Field Workshop

FOGSL successfully concluded its annual Beginners Field Study Techniques Workshop recently, which was held from 14-17th July 2011 at the Rajarata University premises asia news

BirdLife in Asia # 35

The Quarterly Newsletter 35

” BirdLife Asia has changed registration from a nonprofit organization or NPO in Japan to an Ippan Shadan Hojin. We ceased to become NPO BirdLife Asia last 31 March 2011 and became registered with the Tokyo Registration office under the Ministry of Justice as BirdLife International Asia Division beginning 1 April 2011. Our new registration allows us to be comparable with all the other regional offices of BirdLife International in Europe, Pacific, Americas, Middle East and Africa. This change also signals our greater focus to providing much needed support to the BirdLife Asia Partnership. ……… “BirdLife Asia division latest news letter is now downloadable

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BirdLife in Asia # 34

The Quarterly Newsletter 34

“Noritaka Ichida is one of Asia’s leading conservationists. His retirement at the end of last year follows a career spanning over 40 years during which he led the Wild Bird Society of Japan (WBSJ) and BirdLife in Asia in achieving great things for bird and habitat conservation. Throughout his career, Ichida-san was a strong supporter of water bird and wetland conservation. Under Ichidasan’s leadership……… “BirdLife Asia division latest news letter is now downloadable

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BirdLife in Asia # 33

The Quarterly Newsletter 33

“The Convention on Biological Diversity Conference of Parties (CBD COP 10) which was held in Nagoya, Japan, from 18 to 29 October 2010, brought international attention to effective implementation of the international treaty for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, as well as the equitable sharing of the benefits derived from using the world’s genetic resources…. ……” BirdLife Asia division latest news letter is now downloadable

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BirdLife in Asia # 32

The Quarterly Newsletter 32

“In 2010, the International Year of Biodiversity, two major summits will be held, in New York and Nagoya, to review and revise the CBD’s 2010 Biodiversity Target, set in 2002 as the date by when to achieve a significant reduction in the current rate of biodiversity loss. Alas, despite its universal endorsement, the world community has clearly failed to meet this target….. ……” BirdLife Asia division latest news letter is now downloadable

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