International Waterbird Census News 2018

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The 52nd International Waterbird Census (IWC) kicks off in January 2018. Below we share the latest news about the census from around the world. If you have news to share, send us a message through @wetlandsint on twitter, @iwc50 on facebook or email [email protected]

India: Birds double at Okhla reserve, reveals Asian Waterbird Census

India: Birds preferring tropical climate take a fancy to Kuttanad

India: Deteriorating condition of water bodies force migratory birds to scout for safer places

India: BNHS, Wetlands Int’l to hold crucial 15-day waterbird count this month

India: Census on water birds in capital set to commence from January 6

India: Migratory birds dwindle at Loktak

India: Mumbai’s water bird count to begin in biodiversity areas

India: Kashmir’s wetlands, migratory birds face uncertainty

India: Thane birders flock to wetlands to take part in water-bird census

Indonesia: Asian Waterbird Census: Water Bird Population at Limboto Lake Rises

Indonesia: Stabilitas Sosial Politik Negara Berpengaruh pada Jumlah Burung Air

Italy: Birdwatching fra laghi e fiumi

Philippines: Critically-endangered Spoonbill sandpiper spotted in Negros Occidental

Philippines: Spoonbill sandpiper spotted