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© Condado de Seocheon

La receta coreana para salvar al correlimos

Tue, 27/06/2017
En la costa oeste de Corea del Sur, resiste un preciado fangal en mitad de una costa poblada de cemento y de hormigón. Contamos la historia de la isla de Yubu, de su renombrada cocina y de sus millones de aves.

Can we bring back the pheasant that was wiped out by the war in Vietnam?

Fri, 16/06/2017
The Edwards’s Pheasant has been wiped out in the wild by the war that once ravaged Vietnam But a prospering caged community brings hope that it could once again return

Safe at last: Spoonie’s winter wonderland becomes Ramsar site

Mon, 05/06/2017

Picture it in your mind’s eye: a wild, untamed stretch of coast, where rapid, powerful

Oriental Cuckoo & Brown-eared Bulbul © HIH Princess Takamado

Threats and Attacks of Birds

Thu, 01/06/2017
“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, June 2017
Traditional clam-sifting with an industrial backdrop in Seocheon, South Korea © Seocheon County

This Korean recipe could save Piper

Thu, 11/05/2017
On an island renowned for its seafood and shorebirds, life depends on the mud's bounty. Can culinary and birdwatching tourism save Yubudo from industrial development?
Le Pithécophage des Philippines, communément appelé  « Aigle des singes » © Nigel Voaden

D’anciens toxicomanes philippins se convertissent en sauveurs de l’Aigle des singes

Thu, 13/04/2017
D’anciens toxicomanes, des peuples indigènes et des spécialistes de la conservation de la nature forment une équipe improbable pour défendre une noble cause.
El águila monera © Nigel Voaden

Adictos a las águilas: dejando las drogas por la conservación

Wed, 12/04/2017
Ex-drogadictos, indígenas y conservacionistas forman un extraordinario equipo unidos por una noble causa: restaurar el bosque donde vive el águila monera.
 Philippine Eagle, known by locals as Haring Bon © Nigel Voaden

Former drug users turn conservationists to save the Philippine Eagle

Wed, 12/04/2017
Former drug users, indigenous people & conservationists form an unlikely team for the noblest of causes: restore the forest where the Haring Bon lives.
Red-headed Vulture © Jonathan Eames

One quarter of Bangladesh is safe from recently exposed vulture-killing drug

Mon, 03/04/2017
After successfully banning two drugs poisonous to vultures, Bangladesh is leading the way in Asian vulture conservation, and moving towards banning a third