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Brant Goose © HIH Princess Takamado

The Migration of Geese

Sat, 01/12/2018
"Through the Lens”, Fujingaho Magazine, December 2018
A new generation: Chinese Crested Tern in South Korea © Yunkyoung Lee

Asia’s rarest seabird could be easier to spot in the future

Wed, 28/11/2018
Researchers celebrate breeding success in South Korea for the Chinese Crested Tern – a bird once thought extinct. Decoy model birds have helped bolster the new colony, and the species has been spotted in Japan for the first time.
Northern Gannets at a breeding site © HIH Princess Takamado

Seabirds

Mon, 01/10/2018
“Through the Lens”, Fujigahou Magazine, October, 2018
Atlantic Puffin: floating on the sea © HIH Princess Takamado

Lovely Birds I Encountered in Ireland

Wed, 01/08/2018
“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, July, 2018
Oriental Cuckoo © HIH Princess Takamado

Parasitic Birds and Parasitized Host Birds

Fri, 01/06/2018
“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, June, 2018
Japanese White-eye © HIH Princess Takamado

“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, April, 2018

Sun, 01/04/2018
“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, April, 2018

Rewarding work of restoring forest in Indonesia

Mon, 12/02/2018
Aventinus Sadip is the founder of a plant nursery and a farmer's group restoring forest around the Mbeliling IBA, Flores, Indonesia
Brambling © HIH Princess Takamado

Camouflage in “Daidai” Color

Thu, 01/02/2018
“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, February, 2018

The women of Dumrithumka are leading by example

Mon, 22/01/2018
The 11 women who make up the committee of Dumrithumka Adarsh Mahila Community Forest User Group—2017 Nature's Heroes—have changed their community's attitude towards the forest they all depend on.