The theme of the meeting -- 'Strategy for Monitoring Coastal Waterbird
Populations and their Habitats on the Arabian Peninsula' -- aims to contribute to the conservation of coastal waterbird
populations and habitats in the Arabian Peninsula by bridging knowledge gaps related to the status of critical coastal wetlands in the region and providing population and trend estimates.
At the Asian Waterbird
Census in Manila Bay, the country's largest coastal wetland, in January, Wetlands International Philippines recorded a decline in waterbirds
by as much as 14,000, compared to 2018.
World Wetlands Day always comes soon after BirdLife Cyprus' mid-winter waterbird
count, which is part of the International Waterbird
They believe the country's efforts provided the much-needed boost in the regional and global effort to protect and conserve migratory birds as the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) shares the results of the Asian Waterbird
Census (AWC) 2018.
(2010) reported that waterbird
foraged on benthic, surface-dwelling invertebrates and aquatic vertebrates that mostly occur in shallow waters.
Data for phenologies and seasonal distributions of eagles and waterbirds
in the Strait of Georgia, including Boundary Bay, were drawn from Bird Studies Canada, British Columbia Coastal Waterbird
Survey database, 1999-2007 (http://www.birdscanada.org/ volunteer/bccws).
As a result, the concept of adaptive management (AM) has been introduced to European waterfowl management, implemented through the application of flyway-level management of some European geese within the African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbird
Agreement (hereafter AEWA) European Goose Management Platform (hereafter EGMP) (AEWA 2016).
Measuring habitat status and understanding habitat dynamics have become important for waterbird
conservation (Liu et al.
carcasses probably also mostly represented these species.
There were two drops in waterbird
abundance for which we have no explanation.
Wetlands within the migratory and wintering ranges of waterbird
species are critical to conserve and sustain their populations.
The founding partners of WMBD include United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS), African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbird
Agreement (AEWA), African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbird
Agreement (AEWA) and Wetlands International.