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Entries for November 2003

01-Nov-2003

The Asian Waterbird Census has produced the November issue of its newsletter. It reports back on the large number of activities carried out during this year and looks ahead to the counts that will b...

01-Nov-2003

James Robinson is the Specialist Group Coordinator for November

01-Nov-2003

Earlier this year a dedication ceremony was held at the Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre in honour of Stewart Morrison, retired CEO of Ducks Unlimited and chairman of the Wetlands International ...

01-Nov-2003

Wetlands International - Indonesia Office with funding support from ASEAN Regional Centre for Biodiversity Conservation (ARCBC) has recently translated and published the Shorebird Study Manual (Howe...

01-Nov-2003

In the week of 25 - 30 July 2004, Utrecht University will organise the 7th INTECOL International Wetlands Conference in the city of Utrecht, The Netherlands. This Conference will be organised under ...

01-Nov-2003

The Wetlands International Russia office in cooperation with the Ministry for Nature Protection of the Russian Federation organised a workshop on the status and prospects of the Ramsar Network in Rus...

01-Nov-2003

Wetlands International is involved in a partnership to develop a new finance mechanism, “Bio-rights”, which has just launched its website

01-Nov-2003

BirdLife International has launched a ground-breaking guide for governments and civil society to prevent the extinction of Asia's birds, one in eight of which is under threat. HIH Princess Takamado o...

01-Nov-2003

From 14-16 November 2003 the North East Asian Crane Site Network organised a workshop and symposium on the crane and stork conservation in Japan

01-Nov-2003

From 30 October until 1 November the 26th Board of Directors meeting was held in Washington, USA. On the evening of the 30th, a reception for the WI network was held at the Royal Netherlands Embassy...

01-Nov-2003

Waterbird managers proposed a set of specific actions that would develop the Waterbird Site Networks in China and strengthen the network of wetland and waterbird managers

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