Dong Ying Bird Watching Society
DongYing Bird Watching Society (DYBWS) was formed by journalists and reserve staff in August 2004, and it was formally established on 6 November 2004. The DYBWS is now a voluntary, professional, non-profit and community-base organization.
To protect wild birds; To respect nature; To create a harmonious environment for man and nature and for the future.
- Organize bird watching activities, to generate awareness on birds and to raise awareness of ecological and environment issues, as well as to encourage habitat protection;
- Organize activities including bird races, plateau sightseeing and wetland bird photography exhibition events for members and professionals;
- Organize lectures for high schools and primary schools, as well as activities for volunteers;
- Cooperate with the government to promote bird protection and relevant publicity;
- Promote public awareness on bird knowledge. Provide a harmonic atmosphere of people and birds together.
- Conduct seasonal bird surveys, in order to collect baseline information on species, number, distribution, habitat requirement, and to assess seasonal activities and annual changes of birds.
- Monitor and assess the influence of habitat changes to birds, and develop relevant strategies for conservation action.
- Monitor the influence to habitat from human disturbance as well as economic development. Raise constructive recommendations based on scientific information.
- Suggest conservation measures to protect habitat and breeding grounds of rare birds, and the implementation of these measures.
- Participate in local and international bird surveys and cooperation.
Publicity and education
- Organize bird watching activities for members during birding season;
- Organize "bird watching festivals" and bird races;
- Organize photography events and relevant bird watching activities at "Wetland Month", "Wildlife Conservation Publicity Month", and "Love the Birds Week";
- Develop a website (www.hhkgn.org) and produce publicity material;
- Organize seminars on birds of Yellow River Delta;
- Organize lectures to promote knowledge of birds.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (External) ;email@example.com (Internal)
1) Room 111, Dongying Television Station, No. 260 Nanyi Lu, Dongying, Shandong; 2) Room 305, Management Office, Yellow River Delta National Nature Reserve, Shangdong, Postal Code：257091