He has been managing projects for the Spoon-billed Sandpiper in Myanmar working with and supporting the Spoon-billed Sandpiper Species Guardian, BANCA, to stop hunting and improve the lives of local communities. Paul has also been working with the BirdLife partners in Thailand and Vietnam for this species.
Paul has spent most of his career in working in conservation in SE Asia. Prior to working for the RSPB his focus was the conservation of Critically Endangered primates, especially gibbons.
a rallying cry to conservationists, to work together to stem the decline of species worldwide. @RSPBScience has worked with partners around the globe to bring Asian vultures @SAVEVultures and spoon billed sandpipers #savespoonie back from the brink
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The adventures of Lime 07. This super spoonie #ASAPSpecies became the first ever recorded Spoon-billed Sandpiper in Indonesia! https://t.co/U1AAznzzj0 @BazWWT @WWTworldwide @BirdLife_News #savespoonie2