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According to Gatumbato, it was Godfrey Jakosalem, PBCFI senior biologist, who accidentally documented and counted three individuals of Spoon-billed sandpiper on Saturday while on birding and preparing for the annual water bird count at Tibsok.
The breeding adult Spoon-billed sandpiper measures only 14 to 16 centimeters with speculate bill.
In addition to the spoon-billed sandpiper, it is also home to at least two other IUCN endangered birds.
What happens at Tiaozini could determine the spoon-billed sandpipers survival.
The spoon-billed sandpiper is one of those amazing birds that should be on everyone's 'see before you die' bucket list," he said.
BirdLife International, Saving Spoony's Chinese Wetlands: The project contributes to the conservation of the Spoon-billed Sandpiper, a unique and highly threatened migratory shorebird.
Noting the importance of empowering local communities to support the global agenda of addressing topical environmental challenges, Ms Zurita said, Birds are natures messengers, and not only they tell us how the planet is doing like the canary in the coal mine but those that migrate, like the Spoon-billed Sandpiper, teaches us the world is one: country borders are just lines on the map.
Pomarine Skuas Picture: DEWI EDWARDS Another step was made this week in a journey that might just save one of the world's rarest birds, the tiny Spoon-billed Sandpiper.
A Spoon-billed Sandpiper will almost certainly never visit Wales.
She will lead the way in programming and delivering multi-million pound infrastructure projects to support military training, improve defence capability and oversee the draw down of Army units from Germany | FRIDAY AUGUST 23: The UK''s Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) worked with Russian scientists to help boost numbers of one of the world's rarest birds by sourcing eggs from spoon-billed sandpipers.
The discovery of 84 spoon-billed sandpipers in a coastal stretch of Burma offers hope for saving the endangered birds, conservationists Bird Life International said today.
Nigel Jarrett, from East Boldon in South Tyneside, is spearheading a project to increase numbers of spoon-billed sandpipers, which has seen its population plunge by 90% in the last 10 years.