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.
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Everyone uses Twitter now, but nothing beats the natural tweet of the beautiful but endangered spoon-billed sandpiper. Watch @CWilson_FCDO latest video as she explores the important UK-China work to protect biodiversity #COP15 #COP26 @WWTworldwide @Natures_Voice
Changes in intertidal mudflats may have contributed to a decline in spoon-billed sandpipers in 2019
Update of latest research in @GrahamFAppleton #WaderTales spoonies blog https://wadertales.wordpress.com/2020/10/22/spoon-billed-sandpipers-track-and-trace/
Paper by Qing Chang et al @WaderStudy https://bit.ly/3C4UvY4 #Ornithology #Waders
Some of the colour marked Spoon-billed Sandpipers recorded in Bangladesh over the past few years. White & Lime flagged birds were marked in Russia and Yellow ones were marked China. The White ones are head-started/hand-reared in Russia.
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