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The Tidal Flats of the Yellow Sea within the East Asia Pacific Flyway of Coastal Birds
The Tidal Flats of the Yellow Sea within the East Asia Pacific Flyway of Coastal Birds
The tidal flats of the Yellow Sea, mainly belonging to Korea and China, are of high international importance as "refueling" site for migratory coastal birds flying between New Zealand / Australia and Northern Siberia / Alaska on the East Asia Flyway. The birds feed on the tidal flats and stockpile the energy needed to fly great distan ...
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  • SOS Saemangeum wetlands - Defending a Korean tidal flat (video)
  • Life's tidal flat (video)
  • Spoon-billed Sandpiper (Eurynorhynchus pygmeus) on its breeding site, Meinypyl'gino, Chukotka, Northeast Siberia
  • Dammed Geumgang Estuary, South Korea West Coast
  • Rice fields North of the embanked Seamangeum estuary, South Korea
  • Ramsar Site, in the Geum Estuary, North of Gunsan, South Korea
  • Geumgang tidal flats, South Korea
  • White-fronted Geese (Anser albifrons), Seamangeum, South Korea
  • Geumgang tidal flats, South Korea
  • Saemangeum embanked tidal flats to be converted into agriculture and other use, South Korea
  • Saemangeum embanked tidal flats to be converted into agriculture and other use, South Korea
  • White-fronted Geese (Anser albifrons), Seamangeum, South Korea
  • Embanked Tidal Flats South of Incheon International Airport, South Korea
  • Urban development in China
  • Reclamation of tidal flats at East Coast of China
  • Tidal flats, South Korea West Coast
  • Tidal flats, South Korea West Coast
  • Reclamation of tidal flats at East Coast of China
  • Reclamation of tidal flats at East Coast of China
  • Reclamation of tidal flats at East Coast of China
  • Incheon International Airport, South Korea
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