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“Save Spoon-billed Sandpiper” reached first target

29 August 2016no comments Uncategorized


BCST would really like to thank all donors for the support.

It’s been a very exciting week for us since we first launched the campaign. We are pleased to announce that we have finally reached our first target of 10,000 USD. This amount of donation will enable us to secure and manage the land of approximately 6 hectares at Pak Thale for 1 year. Our next steps will be to start renting the land and working closely with the local community to establish a site management plan that leads towards sustainable land use that both benefit migratory shorebirds and the people.

However, your continued support is still needed in order for us to extend our work at Pak Thale into the following years. Eventually, we plan to shift our target from renting to buying the land.

We would also like to thank Wader Quest for helping us promote our campaign at the recent UK Birdfair as well as through their website and contacts. We look forward to more cooperation in the near future.

To be part of the support for the conservation of Spoon-billed Sandpiper and other migratory shorebirds in the Inner Gulf of Thailand, please visit the following page >>Save Spoon-billed Sandpiper

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