His conservation efforts focus on the huge intertidal mudflats in the area and the waterbirds using this habitat, especially waders. With others, Lin formed a conservation NGO called ‘Spoon-billed Sandpiper in China’ (SBS in China) and their findings are showing that these sites are one of the most important staging areas for the Critically Endangered spoon-billed sandpiper, a critically important location for re-fueling in the Yellow Sea. With spoon-billed sandpipers as a flagship, SBS in China hopes to also help to save many other species at the brink of extinction.
Like a Linocut, plumage perfect Yellow-billed Loons from the Land of the Spoon-billed Sandpiper. Catch up on latest news & the great work of Birds Russia, Moscow State University, @WWTworldwide, @Natures_Voice & partners helping #SaveSpoonie in Chukotka https://t.co/27O2JThMny
Certain birds capture the spirit of true wilderness and the Arctic.... the Yellow-billed Loon is one such species. Find out more about encountering these beautiful birds in the Land of the Spoon-billed sandpiper @WWTworldwide blog https://t.co/27O2JThMny #SaveSpoonie
Check out the latest for #SaveSpoonie in Chukotka by Birds Russia, Moscow State Uni @WWTworldwide @Natures_Voice and partners. Great conservation teamwork and fantastic progress.
Video study of female Spoon-billed Sandpiper from Meinypil’gyno Chukotka in June 2018. Visit the 2018 blog https://t.co/27O2JThMny to learn more on the fantastic work that Birds Russia & @WWTworldwide are undertaking to help save this incredible bird #SaveSpoonie #SpeciesRecovery