Waterbird and site monitoring along the Atlantic coast of Africa


Status of coastal waterbird populations in the East Atlantic Flyway 2014


The Future of the Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative

Assessment of the Plan of Action and preliminary prioritization of activities.

Training of Trainers (ToT) workshop on the flyway approach

January 2014, Luanda, Angola

Community waterbird training workshop

9-11 January 2014, Tissana, Sierra Leone

World Migratory Bird Day Celebration

May 2014, Keta Lagoon, Ghana

World Migratory Bird Day Celebration

May 2014, Songor Lagoon, Ghana

Integrated monitoring of coastal waterbird populations along the East Atlantic Flyway


Waterbird Monitoring Strategy for the West African coastal zone from Mauritania to Sierra Leone


Brief activity report 2013 of the Monitoring project of the Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative


This work was funded by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs through the Programme Towards a Rich and Healthy Wadden Sea Ecosystem. Within the Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative (WSFI), the monitoring project has been carried out in close cooperation with the project on capacity building (as coordinated by Tim Dodman). Both projects are steered and advised by a steering and advisory group under the coordination of the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat (CWSS).

L'Initiative Voie de Migration de la Mer de Wadden


WSFI activity report on the capacity building project January-June 2013


Training course on migratory waterbird monitoring and conservation in a flyway context

12-19 January 2013, Bubaque, Guinea Bissau

Conservation of waterbirds and wetlands in the coastal zone

22-26 January 2013, Kent, Sierra Leone