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Seabirds in the Korean Border Zone

The Hanns Seidel Foundation has released a new brochure providing information regarding the Foundation. Furthermore, it presents details about current project in Northeast Asia and its goals.

Frontpage of the new issue

As part of our work for sustainable development on the Korean Peninsula, HSF Korea has become increasingly involved with the conservation of biodiversity. Since 2014, we have collaborated with the Busan-based Korean NGO Birds Korea on bird surveys and public awareness work and in 2016 we became a partner to the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership, based in Incheon.

You can also keep track on where the HSF Korea works with our map of the Korean peninsula. The new design also features several pictures from our partner Birds Korea showing some of the birds living there.

Click here to download the flyer.