The 2nd East Atlantic Flyway Youth Forum (EAFYF) took place on 9 and 10 July 2022 and focused on building youth capacity in project development and writing grant proposals.
Since their recolonization of the Wadden Sea in the mid 20th-century, the grey seal population has considerably increased.
The workshop with focus on geomorphological processes and biological changes at the Bellaât Lagoon was organised by CWSS’s partner the Parque National du Banc d’Arguin (PNBA).
With the slogan “Dim the Light for Birds at Night”, everyone is called upon to reduce unnecessary light at night to avoid its negative impact on migratory birds.
The deadline for paper submissions to the ISWSS edition of "Marine Biodiversity" is moved to 30 November 2022.
On July 9 and 10, young people (aged 18 – 30) from the East Atlantic Flyway will be able to learn from Maaike Manten in a compressed online course on grant writing in conservation.
Find out who was here! With the new identification guide, traces of birds and mammals on the mudflats can be identified by means of transparent foils