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Launch of the updated Education Pack “Lolo's Flying Journey”

Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea supports the launch of the updated education pack “Lolo's Flying Journey“ by EAAFP and WWF Hong Kong

In light of the World Migratory Bird Day celebrations on May 14, East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) together with WWF Hong Kong and the support of Incheon Metropolitan City of the Republic of Korea and Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea launched an updated version of the educational pack „Lolo's Flying Journey“, a game about the migratory bird species Black-faced spoonbill and its migration routes. It is supposed to enhance knowledge on migratory birds and the protection of wetlands as well as spark players’ interest for environmental protection and a sustainable lifestyle.


Black-faced spoonbills are classified as an endangered species on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species with only approx. 6000 individuals left in the world. Alongside millions of other migratory birds, they migrate along the East Asian – Australasian Flyway (EAAF) twice a year and are facing several hurdles and threats on their journey. HSF Korea is committed to the protection of threatened animal species and the  conservation of wetlands and therefore, is glad to support this great project of their close partners from EAAFP and WWF Hong Kong.


In Hong Kong, the original version of „Lolo's Flying Journey“ was in use for over 10 years for environmental education. The main target group of the game are 6- to 15-year-olds. The updated version is available in English, Traditional Chinese and Korean. Please click here to learn more.

Or download the digital version here: English Chinese Korean