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The planet’s most threatened flight path, and the $3 billion plan to protect it; Neil Lewis, Woojin Lee & Carlotta Dotto; CNN
Twice a year, billions of birds migrate thousands of miles across the world. But their journeys are getting more dangerous as the crucial pit stops they rely on are being developed and destroyed.
China will apply to make the second phase of its migratory bird sanctuaries, which lie along the coast of the Yellow Sea and Bohai Gulf, a UNESCO World Heritage site before February, aiming to further protect wildlife in the world’s largest intertidal wetland system.
Two years after he retired in 2014, Zhu Xianwen became a wetland protection consultant in a coastal township of Jiangsu province.
Tiaozini wetlands: once threatened by development, now a world heritage site; Zhang Chun; China Dialogue Ocean
International recognition for Jiangsu’s migratory bird habitats marks another victory for wetlands conservation in China…
China’s Migratory Bird Sanctuaries Inscribe to Unesco World Heritage List As a Natural Site; NewsGram
It is the central node of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF), which is the most threatened migratory flyway worldwide. Bird Sanctuaries…