The coordinated work of 36 countries from the Arctic to Southern Africa will enable understanding of migratory waterbirds status for better conservation.
The newly published feasibility study titled “Nature Tourism Route around the North Sea Region” presents the case for adopting a responsible tourism approach to developing a new route.
On 4 to 7 November 2019, the PROWAD LINK project partners met in the project pilot region of North Norfolk Coast/ the Wash (UK).
From 4 to 9 September, the Wadden Sea World Heritage was represented at the 4th World Heritage Marine Managers Conference in Glacier Bay, Alaska, USA.
On 24-26 September 2019, scientists, managers, policy makers, NGOs and other stakeholders explored opportunities for cooperation and protection of migrating fish.
The recently published brochure "Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative: Linking the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site with tropical wetlands and the Arctic tundra" gives an overview about results of the flyway monitoring within the Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative.