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by Scott Pursner

The Black-faced Spoonbill (Platalea minor), whose global population has risen from a known 288 in 1990 to over 5,000 this year, is one of Asia's great conservation successes. This endangered migratory waterbird endemic to East Asia has not just become iconic in countries along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway, but has won over the hearts of enthusiasts and the public around the world. Its conservation success relied on the power of partnership and cooperation at both the local and international level. Taiwan, which sees over half the global wintering population and where it is affectionately known as “Hei-Pi” (since the “hei” and “pi” of its Chinese name sound like “happy”), made outsized contributions to that success. Here we look at that story.

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圖、文/范國晃    【轉載自台灣野鳥協會黃山雀 2020 年 7-8 雙月刊 229 期】

在數位攝影普及化的今日,我們有很多方式可以接觸攝影的學習管道,然而並非所有途徑都會將我們帶往追求經典攝影的道路。只要我們在學習的過程中遇到錯誤的學習對象,那麼我們就可能以錯誤的方式拍攝照片。但若我們投入在正統的攝影學習環境,那麼我們就能充滿自信的拍攝出成功的照片。

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圖、文/洪貫捷    【中華飛羽299期】

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By Zdeněk Vermouzek / Director of the Czech Society for Ornithology 【中華飛羽298期】

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圖、文/洪貫捷    【中華飛羽298期】

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