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29 March 2005

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Forthcoming meetings relevant to the activities of the Site Network and useful for its activities:

31 Mar - 2 Apr 2005

Workshop on the protection of the Lesser White-fronted Goose, Helsinki and Lammi, Finland. Organised by African - Eurasian Waterbird Agreement Secretariat (AEWA); BirdLife Europe; Friends of the Lesser White-fronted Goose, Finland; The Ministry of Environment in Finland; Goose, Swan and Duck Study Group of Northern Eurasia; Wetlands International Goose Specialist Group and Lesser White-fronted Goose Working Group; WWF Finland.

6-10 Oct 2005

3rd International Symposium on Waterfowl of Northern Eurasia, Saint-Petersburg, Russia: Call for Papers by 31 Mar 2005, Goose, Swan and Duck Study Group of Northern Eurasia & Saint-Petersburg State University.

8-15 Nov 2005

9th Meeting of Contracting Parties of Ramsar Convention, Kampala, Uganda:
Draft agenda, Ramsar Bureau; Ramsar CoP9 Secretariat: Wetland Inspection Division, Uganda Ministry of Water Lands and Environment.

5-9 Nov 2005

Wetlands International Goose Specialist Group 9th annual meeting, Sopron, Hungary. Submission of presentation: May - August 2005.

Past meetings with link to their reports if available:

6-9 Feb 2005

Asian Wetland Symposium 2005: Innovative approaches to sustainable livelihood, Bhubaneswar, India:
Report from Wetlands International including "Chilika Statement"; "Chilika Statement" in Chinese; Japanese report by Ramsar Center Japan.

5-8 Jan 2005

11th North American Arctic Goose Conference and Workshop (NAAG), Reno, Nevada.

25-30 Jul 2004

7th INTECOL International Wetlands Conference "Wetland Science and Water Resources Management", Utrecht, The Netherlands:
Outputs: The Utrecht Declaration.

3-8 Apr 2004

Waterbird around the worldGlobal Flyways Conference 2004, Edinburgh, UK. A global review of the conservation, management and research of the world's major flyways, organised by the Wetlands International with Governments of United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
Outputs: "The Edinburgh Declaration" in Chinese, English, French, Japanese, Malay, Russian, Thai, and Ukrainian, on the website.

5-10 Mar 2004

Wetlands International Goose Specialist Group 8th annual meeting, Odessa, Ukraine.

5-9 Nov 2003

3rd North American Duck Symposium -- "Waterfowl Management and Biology in the 21st Century: Looking Back and to the Future", Sacramento, California, USA.

31 Oct - 3 Nov 2003

2003 International Anatidae Symposium in East Asia and Siberia Region with 4th Meeting of Anatidae Working Group (28-30 Oct), Cheonsu Bay, Seosan City, Republic of Korea: announcement. Contact: Dr. Hansoo Lee, Co-ordinator of Baikal Teal Task Force.

4-7 Aug 2003

International Conference "The Sustainable Arctic - Sustainable North - Sustainable World", Yakutsk, Sakha Republic, Russia: First announcement.

23-28 Apr 2003

International Symposium "Management and Conservation of Waterfowl Populations in Northern Eurasia", Olonets, Karelia, Russia. Goose, Swans and Duck Study Group of Northern Eurasia; Insititute of Bilogy, Karelian Research Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences; and Research Council on the Study, Protection and Conservation of Animails, Russian Academy of Sciences: Second Circular (Microsoft Word file 42KB).

19-21 Mar 2003

2003 International Canada Goose Symposium, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

13-18 Dec 2002

Wetlands International Goose Specialist Group 7th annual meeting, Cota Doñana, Spain:
Report from Ramsar Bureau.

18-26 Nov 2002

8th Meeting of Contracting Parties of Ramsar Convention, Valencia, Spain:
Reports: Ramsar Bureau; Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) by IISD.

6-10 Nov 2002

North American Sea Duck Conference and Workshop, Sea Duck Joint Venture of North American Waterfowl Management Plan, Victoria, Canada.

18-24 Sep 2002

CMS COP7 & AEWA MOP2, Bonn, Germany:
Reports: Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) by IISD.

11-17 Aug 2002

23rd International Ornithological Congress, Beijin, P.R. China.

8-19 Apr 2002

Convention on Biological Diversity CoP6, The Hargue, The Netherlands.

28 Nov - 2 Dec 2001

International Seminar "Wetlands in a Changing World", Wetlands International, Wargeningen, The Netherlands: First Announcement.

22-24 Nov 2001

Ramsar Symposium Niigata II, Niigata, Japan:
Outputs: Niigata Statement.

11-16 Nov 2001

Ninth International Conference on the Conservation and Management of Lakes, Otsu, Shiga Prefecture, Japan.

11-13 Sep 2001

Changing Wetlands: New Developments in Wetland Science, University of Sheffield, UK.

27-29 Aug 2001

Asian Wetland Symposium 2001 Bringing Partnerships into Good Practice, Penang, Malaysia.

20-22 Jul 2001

8th International Waterfowl and Wetlands Symposium: The Waterfowl Legacy: Links to Watershed Health, sponsored by Ducks Unlimited, Washington D. C., USA.

5-12 June 2001

International Workshop on Conservation of Wetlands and their Wise Use, Korla City, Xinjian Uygur Autonomous Region, People's Republic of China:
Report from Ramsar Bureau with The Korla Declaration, 2001.

27 Apr - 1 May 2001

Wetlands International Goose Specialist Group 6th annual meeting, Estonia:

3-8 Apr 2001

NAAG 2001: 10th North American Arctic Goose Conference, Québec, Canada.

13-18 Feb 2001

Fourth International Swan Symposium, Wetlands International Swan Specialist Group, Airlie, Virginia, USA:
Outputs: Symposium Recommendations; Proceedings: "Waterbirds" Vol.25 Special Publcation 1, 2002, Waterbird Society [available from The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust.]

25-27 Jan 2001

The 1st Conference of the Goose and Swan Study Group of Eastern Europe and North Asia: Problems of studying and conservation of Anseriformes of eastern Europe and north Asia, Moscow, Russia:
Outputs: Resolution of the Conference.

29 Nov -3 Dec 2000

Wetlands International Seaduck Specialist Group Meeting, Mols, Jutland, Denmark

16-19 Oct 2000

Asia-Pacific Magratory Waterbird Conservation Strategy; 2001-2005, International Workshop, Okinawa, Japan:
Report from Wetlands International.

4-11 Oct 2000

IUCN World Conservation Congress, Amman, Jordan

6-12 Aug 2000

Millenium Wetland Event (6th Wetlands Symposium of the International Association of Ecology, INTECOL VI), Québec, Canada

15-26 May 2000

Convention on Biological Diversity CoP5, Nairobi, Kenya

16-19 May 2000

International scientific conference "Modern problems of ornithology of Siberia and Central Asia", Ulan-Ude, Buryat Republic, Russia.

8-11 Jan 2000

Wetlands International Goose Specialist Group 5th annual meeting, De Haan, Belgium:
Report from the Specialist Group.

4-16 Nov 1999

CMS COP6 & AEWA MOP1, Cape Town, South Africa:
Reports: Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) by IISD.

14-17 Oct 1999

26th International BirdLife World Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

17-21 May 1999

Lake99 (8th International Conf. Conserv. & Manage. of Lakes), Copenhagen, Denmark

10-18 May 1999

7th Meeting of Contracting Parties of Ramsar Convention, San José, Costa Rica:
Reports: Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) by IISD.

8-14 November 1998

Wetlands International 2nd International Conference on Wetlands and Development, Dakar, Senegal:
Proceedings published by Wetlands International.

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The "Action Plan for the Conservation of Migratory Anatidae in the East Asian Flyway" is a component of the "Asia-Pacific Migratory Waterbird Conservation Strategy", and the "Anatidae Site Network in the East Asian Flyway" is a programme of international co-operation to enhance the conservation of the wetlands of international importance for Anatidae (ducks, geese and swans) in the flyway under the "Action Plan". The "Anatidae Working Group" of Asia-Pacific Migratory Waterbird Conservation Committee oversees the implementation of these programmes with technical support from Anatidae Flyway Officer.

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