Tag: CN – Migratory Bird Sanctuaries along the Coast of Yellow Sea-Bohai Gulf of China (Phase I)

Treasure of Nature: A ‘natural paradise’ featuring mudflats; Xu Chenlu; CGTN

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Source: Treasure of Nature: A ‘natural paradise’ featuring mudflats

Coastal bird sanctuaries a World Heritage candidate; Tang Wanli; China Daily

Photo: Chen Guoyuan

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.

Source: Coastal bird sanctuaries a World Heritage candidate

9 May 2020: World Migratory Bird Day; Unesco

Source: 9 May 2020: World Migratory Bird Day

Mudflats decision safeguards migratory birds; Chen Liang; China Daily

Two years after he retired in 2014, Zhu Xianwen became a wetland protection consultant in a coastal township of Jiangsu province.

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Threatened Jiangsu Wetlands Are Now a World Heritage Site; Zhang Chun; Maritime Executive

Source: Threatened Jiangsu Wetlands Are Now a World Heritage Site

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…

Source: Tiaozini wetlands: once threatened by development, now a world heritage site

World Migratory Bird Day, 12 October: Be the Solution to Plastic Pollution; Unesco

Source: World Migratory Bird Day, 12 October: Be the Solution to Plastic Pollution

13 Newly Listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Asia; Elaine Nuestro; Asia Tatler

A glimpse at the newly listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Asia…

Source: 13 Newly Listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Asia

New World Heritage: China’s Bird Joy, Iran’s Ancient Forest; ENS

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An ancient forest in Iran and a bird sanctuary in China: Discover UNESCO’s new World Heritage sites; Sandrine Amiel; EuroNews

The Hyrcanian forests along the Caspian Sea in Iran and the migratory bird sanctuaries in the Gulf of China are among the new sites that made UNESCO’s emblematic World Heritage List this year.

Source: An ancient forest in Iran and a bird sanctuary in China: Discover UNESCO’s new World Heritage sites

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…

Source: China’s Migratory Bird Sanctuaries Inscribe to Unesco World Heritage List As a Natural Site | NewsGram

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