Tag: KR – Getbol Korean Tidal Flats

A look back at some of the biggest successes you have helped us to achieve in 2021; BirdLife

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2021 has been a whirlwind of activity for the BirdLife Partnership, carried out against a background of constantly-changing global events. Amid this, there have been two high-profile environmental conferences, a history-defining human rights campaign, and a wealth of conservation successes made possible through the tireless dedication of BirdLife staff, Partners and you.

Source: A look back at some of the biggest successes you have helped us to achieve in 2021

Korean shorebird havens get World Heritage status; Ding Li Yong; Bird Life

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Marking their vital importance to waterbirds and ‘outstanding universal value’, four key tidal mudflats in Korea have now been inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site – the culmination of a huge conservation effort for recognition at the highest level.

Source: Korean shorebird havens get World Heritage status

The cultural value of Korea’s very familiar mud flats; Sohn Min-Ho; Korea JoongAng Daily

Photo: Sohn Min-Ho

Of all the tidal flats in Korea, what makes these four places inscribed by Unesco so special?

Source: The cultural value of Korea’s very familiar mud flats

East Asian sites of natural value given Unesco World Heritage status; Mark Footer; SCMP

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Korean tidal flats and rainforests in Thailand and on a group of southern Japanese islands including Okinawa have been added to Unesco’s World Heritage list for their natural value.

Source: East Asian sites of natural value given Unesco World Heritage status

South Korea’s tidal flats inscribed as UNESCO world heritage; Song Seung-Hyun; Korea Herald

Photo: Yonhap

Source: South Korea’s tidal flats inscribed as UNESCO world heritage

S. Korea's tidal flats listed as World Heritage Site; Yonhap News Agency

Photo: Yonhap News Agency

Source: S. Korea’s tidal flats listed as World Heritage Site | Yonhap News Agency

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