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1. : Development at Dangduri

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 09:03:04 +0200

: "Duncan Wilson" <dungan@cinergy.co.je> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sirs

I write to express my support for conservationists attempting to halt development in the Haenam area. This is one of the most important sites for wintering wildfowl in the northern hemisphere. Having visited Korea last Winter, I can attest to the critical importance of preserving the country's remaining wetland areas, and I am shocked that further massive development is planned. It will have a devastating effect on the population of Baikal Teal aswell as a number of other endangered species, and I sincerely hope that all development and disturbance of wildlife in the area can be halted immediately - including such activities as road building and drainage.

It is vital that all interested agencies work together to coordinate an overall plan which will allow preservation of such a vital area. Korea is a wonderful country with great appeal to visiting wildlife tourists, but with each new development of coastal wetlands, the country loses part of its heritage.

Yours faithfully

Duncan Wilson (UK)

2. : Haenam region

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 14:26:25 +0100

: Mikael Ros? <mikael.rosen@zooekol.lu.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Mikael Ros?

The Club 300 Foundation for Bird Protection

SWEDEN

Mikael Ros?

Department of Animal Ecology

Lund University

Ecology Building

SE-223 62 Lund

Sweden

Phone +46 (0)46-222 37 89

Mobile +46 (0)70-605 97 72

Fax +46 (0)46 222 47 16

3. :

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 14:31:18 +0100

: Magnus Hellstrom <a6maghel@ulmo.stud.slu.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Magnus Hellstr?

SWEDEN

*********************************

Magnus Hellstr?

Studerande

Husdjursagronom

Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet

Ultuna, Uppsala

a6maghel@ulmo.stud.slu.se

4. : Haenam

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 14:32:18 +0100

: "Arne Andersson" <ane@svep.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Arne Andersson, Lund Sweden

5. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 14:34:58 +0100

: ?jan Jitelius <orjan.jitelius@trosatryckeri.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

?jan Jitelius

SWEDEN

6. : Haenam region..

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 14:36:09 +0100

: Christer.Klingstedt@Anest.SOS.sll.se [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Christer Klingstedt

M.D., Ph.D.

SWEDEN

7. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 14:43:10 +0100

: JAR@sns.dk [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Jan F. Rasmussen, Denmark

8. :

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 14:51:54 +0100

: Samuel Lundin <samuel.lundin@microbio.gu.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Samuel Lundin

SWEDEN

============================================

Samuel Lundin, PhD

Dept. of Medical Microbiology and Immunology,

G?eborg University

Guldhedsgatan 10A, 413 46 G?eborg, Sweden

Phone: +46-31- 826661 / 3424688

Fax: +46-31-826976

9. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 14:55:17 +0100

: Lindberg J?gen <jorgen.lindberg@lm.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

J?gen Lindberg

SWEDEN


10. : Haenam

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 14:56:08 +0100

: H?an Persson (EIN) <Hakan.Persson@ein.ericsson.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

DITT NAMN!!

SWEDEN


11. : Important

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 14:56:52 +0100

: "Lennart Sundh" <lennart.sundh@ebox.tninet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Lennart Sundh

SWEDEN


12. : nature

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 14:58:27 +0100

: Pedagogikinstitutionen V?bergsskolan <valso@bu.karlstad.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Sven Larsson

SWEDEN


13. : Haenam

¥ : 7 Dec 1999 06:01:06 -0800

: Jens Eriksen <j_eriksen@altavista.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Jens Eriksen

Denmark

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14. : VB: C3: UPPROP F? SYDKOREA

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 15:06:21 +0100

: Waldenstr?, Henrik <henrik.waldenstrom@stromma.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


> Dear Sir,

>

> I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited

> by

> the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

> roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

> Oriental White Stork.

>

> I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

> area

> right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

> that

> the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

> levels

> as observed before this incident.

>

> Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

> lakes

> will be preserved to coming generations.

>

> Yours sincerely,

>

Henrik Waldenstr?,

Ekoparksfonden WWF

Skeppsbron 22

S-111 30 Stockholm

SWEDEN

15. : Exploiting of the Hainam region

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 15:09:21 +0100

: richard.dahlin@malmo.se (Richard Dahlin) [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Ett f?lag p?email:

----------------------------------------------------------------

To: ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Richard Dahlin

16. : Haenam's tidal-flats and Waterfowl

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 15:08:16 +0100

: Stefan Goransson <stefan.goransson@emw.ericsson.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Ҽ : Ericsson Microwave Systems AB

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Stefan Goransson

SWEDEN

17. : RamsarConventionArea

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 15:14:31 +0100

: "G?an Frisk" <goran.frisk@nrm.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

G?an Frisk,

Museum of Natural History

Stockholm

SWEDEN

goran.frisk@nrm.se


18. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 15:16:06 +0100

: Birkedal Sven <Sven.Birkedal@airport.kristianstad.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Sven Birkedal

SWEDEN

19. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 15:15:48 +0100

: Lars-Ake Janzon <lars-ake.janzon@nrm.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

>

> Dear Sir,

>

> I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited

> by

> the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

> roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

> Oriental White Stork.

>

> I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

> area

> right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

> that

> the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

> levels

> as observed before this incident.

>

> Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

> lakes

> will be preserved to coming generations.

>

> Yours sincerely,

>

> Lars-Ake Janzon, Ph. D.

> SWEDEN


20. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 15:17:59 +0100

: perjohan.ulfendahl@eu.apbiotech.com [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net




Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Per Johan Ulfendahl

SWEDEN

21. : the Haenam region in South Korea

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 15:22:47 +0100

: "Sven-Olof Eriksson" <bonna@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Sven-Olof Eriksson

Spannm?sgatan 24

718 32 FR?I

tel. 0581-64 70 16

mobil. 070 675 79 21

SWEDEN

22. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 15:48:05 +0100

: Martin Tjernberg <Martin.Tjernberg@dha.slu.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Dr Martin Tjernberg

Swedish Threatened Species Unit

SWEDEN

23. : Haenam region being exploited

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 15:24:20 +0100

: "Magnus Ullman" <ullman.apus@djingis.m.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Magnus Ullman

--------------------------------------------------------------------------Magnus Ullman

Iliongr. K: 104

S-224 71 Lund

Sweden

Tel & fax +46 (0)46 14 28 28

ullman.apus@djingis.m.se

24. :

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 06:25:53 PST

: "Bo Valeur" <bvaleur@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

>

>I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

>the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

>roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

>Oriental White Stork.

>

>I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

>area

>right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

>that

>the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

>as observed before this incident.

>

>Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

>will be preserved to coming generations.

>

>Yours sincerely,

Bo Valeur

Denmark

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25. : Dear Sir,

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 15:35:04 +0100

: Henrik Roos <hekros97@student.umu.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Henrik Roos

SWEDEN

************************************************************

Henrik Roos

Rullstensgatan 6:214

90655 Ume?br> Tel. 090 197542

Mobil. 0706423645


26. : protect the birdlife

¥ : 7 Dec 99 15:34:08 MET

: "Bj?n" Sigurdsson <mr_birdmigration@usa.net> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Bj?n Sigurdsson

SWEDEN

(I have not write this letter myself, but I agree with it. In sweden to many

areas are destroyed already, please protect you own, for the best of your own

and the wildlife)

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27. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 15:41:35 +0100

: "Jocke Ehrs" <sv97036@student.udd.htu.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Joakim

SWEDEN

28. : Haenam region

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 15:39:30 +0100

: Jan-Olov Svedberg <jos@imc.kth.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Ҽ : ACREO AB

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Jan-Olov Svedberg

SWEDEN

29. : Rural Development Corporation

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 15:43:00 +0100

: SportfiskeCentrum Blekinge <info@sfcb.karlshamn.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Manfred Dornh?ser

Sportfiskecentrum Blekinge

Sweden

30. : About the exploration of the Haenam region

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 15:51:02 +0100

: Olle Mauritzon <olle@mauritzon.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net


Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Olle M

Sweden

--

Olle Mauritzon

SE-195 96 Sk?ela Pr?tg?d

Arb/Work +468-590 382 48, Bost/Home +468-590 381 18

Mailto:olle@mauritzon.se



31. : Vs: <IFDK> VS: C3: UPPROP F? SYDKOREA

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 15:48:40 +0100

: "kurt Christensen" <kurt@grov.dk> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----

Fra: JAR@sns.dk <JAR@sns.dk>

Til: iraniafuglenetdanmark@egroups.com <iraniafuglenetdanmark@egroups.com>; MAV@cowi.dk <MAV@cowi.dk>; moh@friluftsraadet.dk. <moh@friluftsraadet.dk.>

Dato: 7. december 1999 14:44

Emne: <IFDK> VS: C3: UPPROP F? SYDKOREA

Jeg tillader mig at videresende nedenst?nde fra brevduen (Club 300,

Sveriges mailliste).

Jan F. Rasmussen

> ----------

> Fra: Mikael Ros?[SMTP:mikael.rosen@zooekol.lu.se]

> Sendt: 7. december 1999 14:18

> Til: brevduvan@club300.se

> Emne: C3: UPPROP F? SYDKOREA

>

> Hej duvor

>

> Nu beh?er v?lden lite st? och engagemang!

>

> Nedan hittar du ett upprop fr? Syd Korea som v?jar om hj?p f? att

> hindra expoatering av ett gigantiskt v?marksomomr?e. Det enda du beh?er

> g?a ? att l?a texten och skicka ett email - sen kan du lugnt luta dig

> tillbaka och njuta av din goda insats f? f?elskyddet.

>

> F? att f?enkla saken har jag infoga ett litet f?slag p?email som du

> bara kan klippa ut och skicka (infoga ditt namn). Har du viljan och orken

> att skriva ett eget ? det givetvis ok, huvudsaken ? att du skickar ett

> email!

>

> Vidarebefodra g?na detta mail till andra som bryr sig...

>

> V?ligen

>

> /0300 Mikael Ros?

>

>

>

> Ett f?lag p?email:

> ----------------------------------------------------------------

>

> To: ecohaenam@hanmail.net

>

> Dear Sir,

>

> I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

> the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

> roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

> Oriental White Stork.

>

> I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

> area

> right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

> that

> the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

> as observed before this incident.

>

> Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

> will be preserved to coming generations.

>

> Yours sincerely,

>

> DITT NAMN!!

> SWEDEN

>

> ------------------------------------------------------------------

>

> Uppropet i sin helhet:

>

> ""

> Help us to protect the World's Most Important Site for Baikal Teal Anas

> formosa, and a wintering area for Oriental White Stork Ciconia boyciana.

>

> Dear all,

> We, of the The Haenam Group for the Conservation of Haenam's tidal-flats

> and

>

> Waterfowl, South Korea, and Korean Wetlands Alliance are writing to ask

> for

>

> your immediate support.

> The Haenam region is located in the south-west of the South of Korea and

> consists of relict tidal-flat areas, extensive rice-fields and three

> reclamation lakes. One of these, Yongam Lake, has the last significant

> remaining areas of reed bed and shallow pools. The Haenam region is most

> probably the most important wintering area for waterfowl nationwide - with

>

> an estimated 300 000 plus individuals and 7 species in internationally

> important concentrations (as defined by the Ramsar Convention). The most

> significant of these is the Baikal Teal Anas formosa. 168 000 were

> counted

> in one flock in January 1999: 160% of the then suspected world population!

> With continuing degradation of other areas in Haenam, most of the

> waterfowl

> this winter are concentrated into a few hundred hectares of Yongam Lake,

> at

> Dangduri. Surveying in late November at Dangduri, Yongam Lake revealed:

> Oriental White Stork Ciconia boyciana 8

> White Spoonbill Platelea leucorodia 23-42

> Baikal Teal Anas formosa ca 100 000

> Steller's Sea Eagle Haliaeetus pelagicus 1

> Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca 2

> As well as 5 000 geese, 60 000-70 000 other duck etc.

> This core area at Dangduri has been recently recognised as having great

> value by local government (who want to work with the local community in

> conserving the area), and even by the national government's Rural

> Development Corporation (which is responsible for road- and drain building

>

> associated with rice-field development in the area). As a result, they

> promised to stop work in the winter to reduce disturbance to waterfowl.

> The

>

> Rural Development Corporation are also developing a master-plan for the

> area, which they will present to government in February 2000. However, in

>

> the past weeks, the RDC have increased their activities, and appear intent

>

> on driving the waterfowl out of the area. This would allow them to

> present

> their master-plan based on the fact that further "improvements" will not

> cause harm to waterfowl populations.

> Please help us to prevent the loss of this critical area by distributing

> this message to friends and other listserver groups and by e-mailing

> messages of support to

> < ecohaenam@hanmail.net > or

> < spoonbill@hotmail.com > focussing on

> 1) the area's importance to regional and global biodiversity

> 2) requesting that all further "improvements" (such as road and drain

> building) stop immediately

> (incidentally, the Rural Development Corporation is also responsible for

> the

>

> world's largest ongoing reclamation - the 40, 100 hectare Saemankeum

> project

>

> 100 km to the north: a similar international e-mail campaign early in 1999

>

> helped delay that project for 1 year, thanks to your help);

> and asking for

> 3) all relevant groups to cooperate in developing an effective master-plan

>

> for the area which would both conserve waterfowl and encourage eco-tourism

>

> in the region.

>

> With many thanks,

> Lee, Jeong-sik,

> The Haenam Group for the Conservation of Haenam's tidal-flats and

> Waterfowl

> < ecohaenam@hanmail.net >

> Nial Moores, Korean Wetlands Alliance

> < spoonbill@hotmail.com >

>

>

> [Of further interest, a same day count in November 1999 at two sites,

> Haenam

>

> and Cheonsu Bay, gives a suggested Korean Baikal Teal population of 250

> 000

>

> - 270 000 - a new high].

>

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>

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32. : Haenam

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 16:02:05 +0100

: "Mats Aronsson" <mats.b.aronsson@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Mats Aronsson

SWEDEN

33. :

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 16:03:08 +0100

: Andreas Sandberg <andreas.sandberg@privat.utfors.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Andreas Sandberg

SWEDEN

34. : xx

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 16:19:43 +0100

: sven.v.johansson@skm06.rsv.se [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Sven V Johansson

Sweden


35. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 16:24:45 +0000

: "Martin Stjernman" <martin.stjernman@zooekol.lu.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being

exploited by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of

global interest as a roosting and wintering site for many birds such

as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in

the area right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this

immediately, and that the negotiations on how to preserve the area

can be based on water levels as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Martin Stjernman

PhD student in Ecology

SWEDEN

36. : Make a profit on birdwatching

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 16:17:17 +0100

: "P?-Johan Lf" <pj.loof@odal.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Ҽ : ODAL

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Try to use this area for comercial birdwatcing. Ecotourism is a fast

growing buisness world wide. As I working on the world market fore

organic product I know there is a huge trend of growing interest for

environment. I sure you have big posibilities to make a profit of that

trend instead of exploatition.

Yours sincerely,

Per-Johan Loof

Product Manager Organic Farming

ODAL Sweden


37. : Urgent Nature Concervancy matter in S Korea

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 16:37:50 +0100

: "Lars Svensson" <lars.svensson-lullula@ebox.tninet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

7.12.99

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited

by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Lars Svensson

Author of bird books

Stockholm

SWEDEN


38. : Haenam region

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 17:39:04 +0100

: "Anette Strand" <anette_s@algonet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Ҽ : R?da Storken

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Anette Strand

Sweden

anette_s@algonet.se

Ridhusgatan 3

291 31 Kristianstad

044-12 01 78

39. : Haenam

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 16:56:37 +0100

: Olof.Karlsson@electronics.combitech.se [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net



Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Olof Karlsson

SWEDEN

40. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 17:01:09 +0100

: Jesper J?sson <Jesper.J.Jonsson@telia.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Jesper J?sson

SWEDEN


41. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 17:02:12 +0100

: "Johan Lind" <johan.lind@zoologi.su.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Johan Lind

Sweden

42. : Conservation of Haenam's tidal-flats

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 17:23:30 +0100

: "Tommy Eriksson" <tommy.eriksson@calliope.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Tommy Eriksson

SWEDEN

43. : Dear Sir

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 16:23 +0100

: BO DANIELSSON <bo.danielsson@posten.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

--- Inkommet fr? DGA.BODA001 08-781 1000 99-12-07 17.23

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being

exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest

as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal

and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in

the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately,

and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields

and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Bosse Danielsson

SWEDEN

---- 99-12-07 17.23 ---- S?t till ---------------------------

-> ecohaenam(a)hanmail.net


44. : Preserve Wetlands

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 17:28:19 +0100

: "Benny Fredriksson" <benson@mbox301.swipnet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Benny Fredriksson

Flyhagen Annabodavagen

719 41 Garphyttan

SWEDEN

Tel: 019-29 85 82 Mobil: 0705-29 85 82

E-mail: benson@mbox301.swipnet.se

45. : show responsibility

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 08:52:58 PST

: "pav johnsson" <pav_j@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the

Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting

and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White

Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as

observed before this incident. Please do take action and se to that the

tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Pav Johnsson

biologist,

SWEDEN

______________________________________________________

Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com

46. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 18:30:03 +0100

: "Annika" <Annika_Rasten@spray.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Annika Rast?

SWEDEN

_________________________________________s_p_r_a_y_

H? b?jar Internet!

Skaffa gratis e-mail och gratis Internet p?http://www.spray.se

47. : Re: [OB] Baikal Teal main wintering area under threat

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 17:00:18 -0000

: krys@krys.net [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com>

Բ ޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Nial,

It would indeed be a terrible disaster if this important wetland

were damaged and the associated waterfowl displaced.

I am putting a slightly abbreviated version of your message on

the OBC website. Hope that's okay.

Good luck in your conservation efforts.

Best Wishes

Krys

Krys Kazmierczak

listmanager@orientalbirdclub.org

OBC Council

On 7 Dec 99, at 0:15, nial moores wrote:

> Help us to protect the World's Most Important Site for Baikal Teal Anas

> formosa, and a wintering area for Oriental White Stork Ciconia boyciana.

>

> Dear all,

> We, of the The Haenam Group for the Conservation of Haenam's tidal-flats and

> Waterfowl, South Korea, and Korean Wetlands Alliance are writing to ask for

> your immediate support.

> The Haenam region is located in the south-west of the South of Korea and

> consists of relict tidal-flat areas, extensive rice-fields and three

> reclamation lakes. One of these, Yongam Lake, has the last significant

> remaining areas of reed bed and shallow pools. The Haenam region is most

> probably the most important wintering area for waterfowl nationwide - with

> an estimated 300 000 plus individuals and 7 species in internationally

> important concentrations (as defined by the Ramsar Convention). The most

> significant of these is the Baikal Teal Anas formosa. 168 000 were counted

> in one flock in January 1999: 160% of the then suspected world population!

> With continuing degradation of other areas in Haenam, most of the waterfowl

> this winter are concentrated into a few hundred hectares of Yongam Lake, at

> Dangduri. Surveying in late November at Dangduri, Yongam Lake revealed:

> Oriental White Stork Ciconia boyciana 8

> White Spoonbill Platelea leucorodia 23-42

> Baikal Teal Anas formosa ca 100 000

> Steller's Sea Eagle Haliaeetus pelagicus 1

> Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca 2

> As well as 5 000 geese, 60 000-70 000 other duck etc.

> This core area at Dangduri has been recently recognised as having great

> value by local government (who want to work with the local community in

> conserving the area), and even by the national government's Rural

> Development Corporation (which is responsible for road- and drain building

> associated with rice-field development in the area). As a result, they

> promised to stop work in the winter to reduce disturbance to waterfowl. The

> Rural Development Corporation are also developing a master-plan for the

> area, which they will present to government in February 2000. However, in

> the past weeks, the RDC have increased their activities, and appear intent

> on driving the waterfowl out of the area. This would allow them to present

> their master-plan based on the fact that further "improvements" will not

> cause harm to waterfowl populations.

> Please help us to prevent the loss of this critical area by distributing

> this message to friends and other listserver groups and by e-mailing

> messages of support to

> < ecohaenam@hanmail.net > or

> < spoonbill@hotmail.com > focussing on

> 1) the area's importance to regional and global biodiversity

> 2) requesting that all further "improvements" (such as road and drain

> building) stop immediately

> (incidentally, the Rural Development Corporation is also responsible for the

> world's largest ongoing reclamation - the 40, 100 hectare Saemankeum project

> 100 km to the north: a similar international e-mail campaign early in 1999

> helped delay that project for 1 year, thanks to your help);

> and asking for

> 3) all relevant groups to cooperate in developing an effective master-plan

> for the area which would both conserve waterfowl and encourage eco-tourism

> in the region.

>

> With many thanks,

> Lee, Jeong-sik,

> The Haenam Group for the Conservation of Haenam's tidal-flats and Waterfowl

> < ecohaenam@hanmail.net >

> Nial Moores, Korean Wetlands Alliance

> < spoonbill@hotmail.com >

Krys

------------------------

Krys Kazmierczak

krys@krys.net

www.orientalbirdclub.org

48. : Haenam region

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 17:41:52 +0100

: "Kenneth Bengtsson " <larus.bengtsson@swipnet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Kenneth Bengtsson

SWEDEN

49. : Save global interests!!!!

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 18:23:21 +0100

: "Mikael Svensson" <qvf480b@tninet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Mikael Svensson/

SWEDEN


50. : VB: UPPROP F? SYDKOREA

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 18:42:31 +0100

: "Ronald Danielson" <forester@mbox301.swipnet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


----- Ursprungligt meddelande -----

Fr?: Mikael Ros? <mikael.rosen@zooekol.lu.se>

Till: <brevduvan@club300.se>

Skickat: den 7 december 1999 14:18

Lne: C3: UPPROP F? SYDKOREA

Hej duvor

Nu beh?er v?lden lite st? och engagemang!

Nedan hittar du ett upprop fr? Syd Korea som v?jar om hj?p f? att

hindra expoatering av ett gigantiskt v?marksomomr?e. Det enda du beh?er

g?a ? att l?a texten och skicka ett email - sen kan du lugnt luta dig

tillbaka och njuta av din goda insats f? f?elskyddet.

F? att f?enkla saken har jag infoga ett litet f?slag p?email som du

bara kan klippa ut och skicka (infoga ditt namn). Har du viljan och orken

att skriva ett eget ? det givetvis ok, huvudsaken ? att du skickar ett

email!

Vidarebefodra g?na detta mail till andra som bryr sig...

V?ligen

/0300 Mikael Ros?


Ett f?lag p?email:

----------------------------------------------------------------

To: ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

DITT NAMN!!

SWEDEN

------------------------------------------------------------------

Uppropet i sin helhet:

""

Help us to protect the World's Most Important Site for Baikal Teal Anas

formosa, and a wintering area for Oriental White Stork Ciconia boyciana.

Dear all,

We, of the The Haenam Group for the Conservation of Haenam's tidal-flats and

Waterfowl, South Korea, and Korean Wetlands Alliance are writing to ask for

your immediate support.

The Haenam region is located in the south-west of the South of Korea and

consists of relict tidal-flat areas, extensive rice-fields and three

reclamation lakes. One of these, Yongam Lake, has the last significant

remaining areas of reed bed and shallow pools. The Haenam region is most

probably the most important wintering area for waterfowl nationwide - with

an estimated 300 000 plus individuals and 7 species in internationally

important concentrations (as defined by the Ramsar Convention). The most

significant of these is the Baikal Teal Anas formosa. 168 000 were counted

in one flock in January 1999: 160% of the then suspected world population!

With continuing degradation of other areas in Haenam, most of the waterfowl

this winter are concentrated into a few hundred hectares of Yongam Lake, at

Dangduri. Surveying in late November at Dangduri, Yongam Lake revealed:

Oriental White Stork Ciconia boyciana 8

White Spoonbill Platelea leucorodia 23-42

Baikal Teal Anas formosa ca 100 000

Steller's Sea Eagle Haliaeetus pelagicus 1

Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca 2

As well as 5 000 geese, 60 000-70 000 other duck etc.

This core area at Dangduri has been recently recognised as having great

value by local government (who want to work with the local community in

conserving the area), and even by the national government's Rural

Development Corporation (which is responsible for road- and drain building

associated with rice-field development in the area). As a result, they

promised to stop work in the winter to reduce disturbance to waterfowl. The

Rural Development Corporation are also developing a master-plan for the

area, which they will present to government in February 2000. However, in

the past weeks, the RDC have increased their activities, and appear intent

on driving the waterfowl out of the area. This would allow them to present

their master-plan based on the fact that further "improvements" will not

cause harm to waterfowl populations.

Please help us to prevent the loss of this critical area by distributing

this message to friends and other listserver groups and by e-mailing

messages of support to

< ecohaenam@hanmail.net > or

< spoonbill@hotmail.com > focussing on

1) the area's importance to regional and global biodiversity

2) requesting that all further "improvements" (such as road and drain

building) stop immediately

(incidentally, the Rural Development Corporation is also responsible for the

world's largest ongoing reclamation - the 40, 100 hectare Saemankeum project

100 km to the north: a similar international e-mail campaign early in 1999

helped delay that project for 1 year, thanks to your help);

and asking for

3) all relevant groups to cooperate in developing an effective master-plan

for the area which would both conserve waterfowl and encourage eco-tourism

in the region.

With many thanks,

Lee, Jeong-sik,

The Haenam Group for the Conservation of Haenam's tidal-flats and Waterfowl

< ecohaenam@hanmail.net >

Nial Moores, Korean Wetlands Alliance

< spoonbill@hotmail.com >

[Of further interest, a same day count in November 1999 at two sites, Haenam

and Cheonsu Bay, gives a suggested Korean Baikal Teal population of 250 000

- 270 000 - a new high].

------------------------------------------------------------------------

OrientalBirding is sponsored by the Oriental Bird Club

---- Visit our website at www.orientalbirdclub.org ----

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Mikael Ros?

Department of Animal Ecology

Lund University

Ecology Building

SE-223 62 Lund

Sweden

Phone +46 (0)46-222 37 89

Mobile +46 (0)70-605 97 72

Fax +46 (0)46 222 47 16

51. : stop waterlevel change!!!!!!!!!!!!

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 18:39:00 +0100

: ci-11923@mailbox.calypso.net (Stefan Lagerblad) [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net


Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Stefan Lagerblad

SWEDEN

52. : VB: UPPROP F? SYDKOREA

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 18:45:57 +0100

: "Ronald Danielson" <forester@mbox301.swipnet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


----- Ursprungligt meddelande -----

Fr?: Mikael Ros? <mikael.rosen@zooekol.lu.se>

Till: <brevduvan@club300.se>

Skickat: den 7 december 1999 14:18

Lne: C3: UPPROP F? SYDKOREA

Hej duvor

Nu beh?er v?lden lite st? och engagemang!

Nedan hittar du ett upprop fr? Syd Korea som v?jar om hj?p f? att

hindra expoatering av ett gigantiskt v?marksomomr?e. Det enda du beh?er

g?a ? att l?a texten och skicka ett email - sen kan du lugnt luta dig

tillbaka och njuta av din goda insats f? f?elskyddet.

F? att f?enkla saken har jag infoga ett litet f?slag p?email som du

bara kan klippa ut och skicka (infoga ditt namn). Har du viljan och orken

att skriva ett eget ? det givetvis ok, huvudsaken ? att du skickar ett

email!

Vidarebefodra g?na detta mail till andra som bryr sig...

V?ligen

/0300 Mikael Ros?


Ett f?lag p?email:

----------------------------------------------------------------

To: ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Ronald Danielson

SWEDEN

------------------------------------------------------------------

Uppropet i sin helhet:

""

Help us to protect the World's Most Important Site for Baikal Teal Anas

formosa, and a wintering area for Oriental White Stork Ciconia boyciana.

Dear all,

We, of the The Haenam Group for the Conservation of Haenam's tidal-flats and

Waterfowl, South Korea, and Korean Wetlands Alliance are writing to ask for

your immediate support.

The Haenam region is located in the south-west of the South of Korea and

consists of relict tidal-flat areas, extensive rice-fields and three

reclamation lakes. One of these, Yongam Lake, has the last significant

remaining areas of reed bed and shallow pools. The Haenam region is most

probably the most important wintering area for waterfowl nationwide - with

an estimated 300 000 plus individuals and 7 species in internationally

important concentrations (as defined by the Ramsar Convention). The most

significant of these is the Baikal Teal Anas formosa. 168 000 were counted

in one flock in January 1999: 160% of the then suspected world population!

With continuing degradation of other areas in Haenam, most of the waterfowl

this winter are concentrated into a few hundred hectares of Yongam Lake, at

Dangduri. Surveying in late November at Dangduri, Yongam Lake revealed:

Oriental White Stork Ciconia boyciana 8

White Spoonbill Platelea leucorodia 23-42

Baikal Teal Anas formosa ca 100 000

Steller's Sea Eagle Haliaeetus pelagicus 1

Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca 2

As well as 5 000 geese, 60 000-70 000 other duck etc.

This core area at Dangduri has been recently recognised as having great

value by local government (who want to work with the local community in

conserving the area), and even by the national government's Rural

Development Corporation (which is responsible for road- and drain building

associated with rice-field development in the area). As a result, they

promised to stop work in the winter to reduce disturbance to waterfowl. The

Rural Development Corporation are also developing a master-plan for the

area, which they will present to government in February 2000. However, in

the past weeks, the RDC have increased their activities, and appear intent

on driving the waterfowl out of the area. This would allow them to present

their master-plan based on the fact that further "improvements" will not

cause harm to waterfowl populations.

Please help us to prevent the loss of this critical area by distributing

this message to friends and other listserver groups and by e-mailing

messages of support to

< ecohaenam@hanmail.net > or

< spoonbill@hotmail.com > focussing on

1) the area's importance to regional and global biodiversity

2) requesting that all further "improvements" (such as road and drain

building) stop immediately

(incidentally, the Rural Development Corporation is also responsible for the

world's largest ongoing reclamation - the 40, 100 hectare Saemankeum project

100 km to the north: a similar international e-mail campaign early in 1999

helped delay that project for 1 year, thanks to your help);

and asking for

3) all relevant groups to cooperate in developing an effective master-plan

for the area which would both conserve waterfowl and encourage eco-tourism

in the region.

With many thanks,

Lee, Jeong-sik,

The Haenam Group for the Conservation of Haenam's tidal-flats and Waterfowl

< ecohaenam@hanmail.net >

Nial Moores, Korean Wetlands Alliance

< spoonbill@hotmail.com >

[Of further interest, a same day count in November 1999 at two sites, Haenam

and Cheonsu Bay, gives a suggested Korean Baikal Teal population of 250 000

- 270 000 - a new high].

------------------------------------------------------------------------

OrientalBirding is sponsored by the Oriental Bird Club

---- Visit our website at www.orientalbirdclub.org ----

To unsubscribe from this list email

orientalbirding-unsubscribe@egroups.com

Mikael Ros?

Department of Animal Ecology

Lund University

Ecology Building

SE-223 62 Lund

Sweden

Phone +46 (0)46-222 37 89

Mobile +46 (0)70-605 97 72

Fax +46 (0)46 222 47 16

53. : Haenam Tidal Flat Degradation

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 16:53:31 +0000

: Michael Ball <wildlife@symbiosis-travel.co.uk> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Ҽ : Symbiosis Expedition Planning

Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to express my dismay at the news that the Haenam tidal

flats habitat is to be degraded by the South Korean government's Rural

Development Corporation. The tidal flats are so obviously rich in

potential for sustainable development that I can only imagine the

Corporation are either not being allowed to do their job properly, or

else are incompetent.

Development is for social, ecological and economic benefit - it seems to

me that the social (certainly in the local sense) and ecological factors

here have been ignored.

Yours sincerely,

Michael Ball

Wildlife & Ecotourism Consultant

--

Symbiosis Expedition Planning

205 St. John's Hill, London SW11 1TH

Tel.: +44 (0) 20.7924 5906; Fax: +44 (0) 20.7924 5907

info@symbiosis-travel.co.uk

www.symbiosis-travel.co.uk

Specialists in tailor-made and small group adventure holidays in South

East Asia for travellers concerned about the impact of tourism on local

environments and cultures.


54. : Baikal teal

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 17:53:28 +0100

: Roger Ahlman <roger.ahlman@swipnet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Roger Ahlman

SWEDEN


55. :

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 10:06:50 PST

: "johan stedt" <stedtjo@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the

Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting

and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White

Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as

observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.Yours sincerely,

JOHAN STEDT

SWEDEN

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Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com

56. : haenam region

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 19:28:22 +0100

: Christer Wendeler <c.wendeler@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Բ ޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


Dear Sirs,

I strongly object to that the Haenam region in South Korea is being exploited by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Christer Wendeler

Skogsgatan 11

S -352 35 Vaxjoe

SWEDEN


57. : the Haenam region

¥ : Thu, 07 Dec 2000 17:38:13 +0100

: Sk?es Djurpark <staffan@skanesdjurpark.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net


To: ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Staffan eby

SWEDEN

--------------------------------------------------

Staffan eby, djurparkschef

Stiftelsen Sk?es Djurpark

Jularp 31 35, S-243 93 Hr, Sweden

Phone: +46(0)413 55 30 60 :

Fax: +46 (0)413 55 30 58 (- o)

Mobil: 0705-55 30 65 V

www.skanesdjurpark.se ( )

-------------------------------------------W-W---------------

W

58. : protect vulnerable area

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 19:40:32 +0100

: "Stefan Hage" <hage.lennartsson@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Stefan Hage

Varberg

SWEDEN


59. : Environment

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 18:30:16 +0100

: "Erik Asplund" <easp31@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

To: ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Erik O Asplund

SWEDEN

60. : Haenam

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 10:51:16 -0800

: tom.sandstrom@exgate.tek.com [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Tom Sandstr?

Phone: +46 8 477 65 13

GSM: +46 70 629 65 13

eFax: +1 (815) 371 3347

Fax: +46 70 610 28 90

E-mail: tom.sandstrom@tek.com

61. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 20:49:45 +0100

: "Mathias Bergstr?" <mathias.b@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Mathias Bergstroem

SWEDEN


62. : Save the birds

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 20:49:52 +0100

: "Lars G R Nilsson" <lars.g.r.nilsson@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Lars G R Nilsson

K?pagr?den 21 B

S-224 76 LUND

SWEDEN

Phone: +46 +46 120 180

E-mail: lars.g.r.nilsson@telia.com

63. : The Haenam region

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 20:50:56 +0100

: "Johan Gelting-Nystr?" <johgel-8@student.luth.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

JOHAN GELTING-NYSTROM

SWEDEN


64. : Save Haenam !!!

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 20:54:00 +0100

: "LARSSON MIKAEL" <stenmalen@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

MIKAEL LARSSON

SWEDEN

65. : RDC's responsibility

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 20:15:21 +0100

: "Lasse Olsson" <lasse.olsson@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Lasse Olsson

SWEDEN


66. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 21:36:12 +0100

: "Rolf Ericson" <me89066@elvis.swipnet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Rolf Ericson

rolf.ericson@mbox304.swipnet.se

67. : Haenam region-birdlife

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 21:47:22 +0100

: "H?an M?sson" <h.mansson.lund@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Hakan Mansson

Flygelvagen 103

s-224 72 LUND

SWEDEN

email h.manssson.lund@telia.com

68. : Haenam region!

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 21:00:46 +0100

: "ehrsa" <ehrsa@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely, Jan Ehrsson

69. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 22:18:21 +0100

: "Lars-Bertil Gustafsson" <l-b.gustafsson@swipnet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


To: ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Kajsa o L-B

SWEDEN


70. : Stop!

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 22:04:41 +0100

: "Peter Degerman" <pede@varberg.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Peter Degerman

SWEDEN

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Fam. Degerman, Kullag?d 5 , 43020 Veddige

Tel. 0340-639880, Peters mobiltel. 070-5874345 Anjas mobiltel. 070-3309837

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71. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 22:12:00 +0100

: "BERNT WALDEMARSSON" <bernt.waldemarsson@swipnet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Ҽ : MKB Fastighets AB

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Bernt Waldemarsson and Birgit Karlsson

SWEDEN

72. : Save Haenam Birds!

¥ : 7 Dec 99 14:35:57 MST

: MANS GRUNDSTEN <m.grundsten@usa.net> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as

observed before this incident.

Please do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

M?s Grundsten

Ingar? SWEDEN 991207

E-MAIL:m.grundsten@usa.net

URL:http://hem1.passagen.se/niak1922

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73. : Endangered species

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 06:57:54 +0900

: c m <crex@tjohoo.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net


Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Claes-Goran Magnusson

SWEDEN

____________________________________

Gratis epost med TJOHOO

http://www.tjohoo.se


74. :

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 22:45:01 +0100 (CET)

: Bertil Johansson <epostnamn@yahoo.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sirs,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea

being exploited by the Rural Development Corporation.

The area is of global interest as a roosting and

wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal

and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the

water levels in the area right this minute. Please,

see to that they stop this immediately, and that the

negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based

on water levels as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats,

rice fields and lakes will be preserved to coming

generations.

Yours sincerely,

Bertil Johansson

Sweden

_____________________________________________________

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75. : Haenam region

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 23:46:19 +0100

: Sven Marling <marling@algonet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Sven Marling

Sweden


76. :

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 00:39:16 +0100

: "G?an Cederholm" <lpo808w@tninet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Goran Cederholm

SWEDEN

77. : Haenam's tidal flats

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 17:33:19 -0800

: martinw@hkstar.com [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir:

I am writing to support your efforts to protect Haenam's tidal flats.

I have long known of this area's great importance for waterfowl,

especially Baikal teal.

This teal was once abundant in east Asia; I have read old reports of

huge flocks in China. But it's now far scarcer; I have lived in Hong

Kong for 13 years, and spent long periods studying migration at

Beidaihe, east of Beijing (where large numbers were recorded in the

1940s) - and in all this time I've seen only three individuals.

Given that Haenam is the last great refuge of Baikal teal, and holds

large numbers of other birds, it is clearly a place that Koreans can be

proud of.

I hope you succeed in your attempts to ensure that the Haenam tidal

flats are protected, in tandem with sustainable development such as

eco-tourism.

While if the site is destroyed, I am afraid the international

conservation community will see this as a strong indication that

Koreans have a low regard for the natural environment. I hope this will

not prove the case.

Yours faithfully,

Dr Martin Williams

Vice President

Beidaihe Birdwatching Society



78. :

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 06:08:13 +0100

: "Magnus" <aurivill@online.no> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please take action and see that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved for coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Magnus Aurivillius

Norway


79. : SAVE OUR WORLD

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 23:02:47 -0800

: "Rune berglinn" <berglinn@mailcity.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Ҽ : MailCity (http://www.mailcity.lycos.com:80)

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

RUNE BERGLINN!!

SWEDEN


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80. : Haenam region

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 08:40:09 +0100

: Fredrik Bj?ck <bosbjf@varberg.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Fredrik Bj?ck

Galtab?ksv?en 8

430 10 Tvker

SWEDEN

81. : Haenam exploition

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 08:43:02 +0100

: Anders Wirdheim <anders.w@ornitologerna.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Anders Wirdheim

editor

Swedish Ornithological Society


82. : Haenam's tidal-flats

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 07:58:06

: Dan Hammarlund <dan.hammarlund@geol.lu.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Բ ޴ : spoonbill@hotmail.com

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC is changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Dan Hammarlund

SWEDEN

*****************************************************************

Dan Hammarlund

Department of Quaternary Geology

Lund University

Tornav. 13 Phone: +46 46 222 79 85

SE-223 63 Lund Fax: +46 46 222 48 30

Sweden E-mail: dan.hammarlund@geol.lu.se

*****************************************************************


83. :

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 23:52:12 PST

: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

It would indeed be a terrible disaster if this important wetland

were damaged and the associated waterfowl displaced.

I am putting a slightly abbreviated version of your message on

the OBC website. Hope that's okay.Good luck in your conservation efforts.

Best Wishes

Krys

Krys Kazmierczak

listmanager@orientalbirdclub.orgOBC Council

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84. :

¥ : Tue, 07 Dec 1999 23:49:53 PST

: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.Yours sincerely,

Dr Martin Tjernberg

Swedish Threatened Species UnitSWEDEN

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85. : Concerning the Haenam region

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 08:54:52 +0100

: Mikael.Arinder@astrazeneca.com [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Mikael Arinder

Research Scientist

Analytical Development

AstraZeneca R&D Lund

SE - 221 87 Lund

SWEDEN

Tel: +46 (0)46 33 67 44

Fax: +46 (0)46 33 73 83

Mikael.Arinder@astrazeneca.com


86. :

¥ : 8 Dec 99 08:35:32 MET

: marten hammar <martenhammar@netscape.net> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as

observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Marten Hammar, Sweden

____________________________________________________________________

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87. :

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 00:10:28 PST

: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

I have tentatively posted your notice on my website at the followingURL:

http://worldtwitch.virtualave.net/baikal_teal.htm

Once I have your approval, I will link to the notice from my Asia

page and list it on the What's New page. If you have digitized photos

showing the area and/or the important birds, I will be happy post them

on my website.This area is obviously of critical importance to Baikal Teal

and

Oriental Stork. While there has been little birding tourism to South

Korea thus far, there certainly is great potential, particularly so

long as a wildlife spectacle of this magnitude continues to exist.Best

regards,

John Wallhttp://worldtwitch.virtualave.netjwwall@postmark.net

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88. :

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 00:12:25 PST

: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC is changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.Yours sincerely,Dan HammarlundSWEDEN

*****************************************************************Dan

Hammarlund

Department of Quaternary GeologyLund University

Tornav. 13 Phone: +46 46 222 79 85

SE-223 63 Lund Fax: +46 46 222 48 30

Sweden E-mail: dan.hammarlund@geol.lu.se

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89. : e-mail campaign

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 00:14:45 PST

: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Lee Jeong Sik,

Will continue to copy all e-mails sent to me. Two more wrote asking whetehr

postcards are better than e-mail. I think e-mails best for now. Would you

agree?

Should beincreasing response over the next week or two.

Do you have good photographs which have been scanned in to send?

All the best,

Nial

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90. :

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 09:16:12 +0100

: "Grylle, Magnus (FORM)" <Magnus.Grylle@fao.org> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the

Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting

and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White

Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as

observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Magnus Grylle

Sweden

91. : stop the exploitation

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 00:38:51 PST

: "martin rydberg" <tofsvipa@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

martin rydberg hed?

sweden

______________________________________________________

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92. : ȯ Դϴ.

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 18:18:39 +0900

: "Jang,jiyoung" <jangjy@kfem.or.kr> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

ʰ ȯ ڿ° 繫 ȭȭ Ͽϴ.

ȯ س Ž ϱ ȹ ִ մϴ.

ٽøϸ 󸲺 ó Ǹ Ͽ ôȣ α 鿡 ϴ ϰ ־ϴ.

, ȹ Ÿ ׳ Ƶθ鼭 Ȱ ִ Ȱϰڴٴ .

Ư ἶ(?) ̶ ߽ ȹ ־ϴ.

ڷ ̱...

1 ߼ ǿ ٰ մϴ.

׷ Ž ٶϳ ǰ ִ 翡 ؼ  ·ε ߴ 䱸ؾ ʴĴ ...

ȯ 繫 ȣȰ ȯημ ߴ 䱸Ҹ ٰ ϴ.

׷ ϱ⿡ ΰü з Ͽ 縦 ߴܽŰ ۿ ٰ մϴ.

̰ п DZ ϸ δ ̰ ư ߴܵ ?

Ҿ ǰ ؾ Դϴ.

1 ߼ ùδüʿ ߾ ϴ.

ȯ ǰ ̶ Ȯŵ ϴ.

׷ ؼ ΰü ݴ ο Ͱϴ.

׷ ȯε ް о Դϴ.

ϴ ߾ л , 󸲺ʿ ڷḦ ڽϴ.

ϸ ؼ 縦 õ̶ ִ ȹ ...

׸ ȯο 1 ߼ Ǹ ΰü ʿ ؾ ϴ° ʿϴٴ ٿϴ.

ʿ ǥð 20 Ѵٰ մϴ.

ȭ ߱.

ٽѹ ȭȭ ...

׷ ̸

=====================================================

Jang, Ji Young

Tidal Flat Conservation Coordinator

Korean Federation for Environmental Movement(KFEM)

251 Nooha-dong Chongno-gu Seoul 110-042, South Korea

Tel : +82-2-735-7000

Fax: +82-2-730-1240

e-mail: jangjy@kfem.or.kr

http://kfem.or.kr/engkfem

http://kfem.or.kr/wetland

=====================================================

93. : Stop the exploitation of the Haenam region!

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 10:35:42 +0100

: Krister Mild <krister.mild@hem.utfors.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

To: ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Krister Mild

SWEDEN

94. :

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 10:41:19 +0100

: Martin Vestergaard <MAV@cowi.dk> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

I have learnt about the plans of the Haenam region in South Korea by

> the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

> roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

> Oriental White Stork. An I am therefor very concerned about the plans.

>

> I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

> area

> right this minute. Please, do your outmost to make them cease this, and

> that the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

> as observed before this incident.

>

> Please do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

> will be preserved for coming generations.

>

> Yours sincerely,




> Martin Vestergaard (MAV)

> Tel. 2870

> Room P 734

> Dept. 339 Ecology and Environmental Chemistry

>

>

95. : Preserve the wetlands!

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 10:59:16 +0100

: goran.eklof@snf.se (Gan Ekl) [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net


To: ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Goran Eklof

Stockholm

SWEDEN



96. :

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 10:07:21 GMT

: "Mattias Backlund" <fagelsverige@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the

Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting

and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White

Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as

observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

MATTIAS BACKLUND

SWEDEN

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97. : protection of wetlands

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 02:38:50 PST

: "rasmus turin" <rasmusturin@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

>

>

>Dear Sir,

>

>I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

>the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

>roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

>Oriental White Stork.

>

>I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

>area

>right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

>that

>the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

>as observed before this incident.

>

>Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

>will be preserved to coming generations.

>

>Yours sincerely,

>

>Rasmus Turin

DENMARK

>

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98. : Haenam region

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 11:46:03 +0100

: Magnus Rignell <aluco@algonet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Magnus Rignell

SWEDEN

99. :

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 11:48:00 +0100

: "Nicolas Beyer" <dayak@post5.tele.dk> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

> To: ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Nicolas Beyer

Denmark

100. : Haenam region

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 05:56:37 -0500 (EST)

: joppo@usa.com [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Johan Fagefors, SWEDEN

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101. :

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 03:24:52 PST

: "Anna Karlsson" <tesslan1@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the

Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting

and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White

Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as

observed before this incident.

Please do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Anna Karlsson

SWEDEN

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102. :

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 04:02:47 PST

: "Johan Thors?" <thorsen77@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Johan Thors?

SWEDEN

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103. : Haenam region

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 14:33:42 +0100

: "Daniel Bengtsson" <Daniel-Bengtsson@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Daniel Bengtsson

SWEDEN


104. : !!!!

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 15:23:13 +0100

: "Hampus Lejon" <hampe.lejon@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Hampus Lejon

SWEDEN

105. :

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 09:07:04 +0100

: Lars Lindskog <Lars.Lindskog@bala.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Lars Lindskog

SWEDEN

106. :

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 19:10:17 +0100

: Stefan Andersson <ludde.x@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

STEFAN ANDERSSON

SWEDEN

107. : Haenam

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 19:06:29 +0100

: "Anna och Mikael" <anna.mikael@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that this is stopped immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Mikael Svensson

SWEDEN

108. : Haenam

¥ : Tue, 7 Dec 1999 20:12:11 +0100

: "Gustafsson Karl-Eric" <kx@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Karl-Eric Gustafsson

SWEDEN

109. : Objection

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 20:36:51 +0100

: Tommy Ekmark <tommy.ekmark@mailbox.calypso.net> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Tommy Ekmark

Sweden


110. :

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 19:54:32 +0100

: Mikael Bouveng <mikael.bouveng@hem.utfors.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Mikael Bouveng

111. :

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 20:20:50 +0100

: Sven Johansson <montanella@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Sven Johansson

SWEDEN

112. : Haenam region

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 20:26:14 +0100

: "bernt axelsson" <bernt.axelson@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of high global interest and a world heritage and as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds, among others the Baikal Teal and

the Oriental White Stork, this area is of uttermost importance for coming generations of birds and people.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that this is immediately stopped, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations of your people and the world.

Yours sincerely,

Bernt Axelsson

SWEDEN

113. :

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 20:53:01 +0100

: "Erik Larsson" <er.la@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Erik Larsson, Gislaved, Sweden

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114. :

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 20:57:59 +0100

: "KRISTIANSSON ANNA" <anna.031565003@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Anna & Lars Kristiansson, Sweden

VB

115. ¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 23:29:13 +0000

: Gittan <Gittan.Matsson@privat.utfors.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

To: ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Gittan Matsson

SWEDEN

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116. : Haenam region

¥ : Thu, 9 Dec 1999 00:48:51 +0100

: "Kare Strom" <kare.strom@kungalv.mail.telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting and wintering sit and very important wetland area for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the Rural Development Corporation are changing the water levels in the area right now. Please, stop this harmful project immediately! It stands in direct conflict to the Ramsar Convention, the international convention of wetlands all over the world. Start discussions how to restore the natural waterregime and waterlevels which are necessary for waterfowls, amongst 300.000 individuals and 7 species in international important concentrations refering to the Ramsar Convention.

Please do take action and try to preserve the tidal-flats, the rice fields and lakes for coming generations

Yours sincearly

Kare Strom

Tvetgatan 277

Kungalv

Sweden

117. : possible news item for BBC Wildlife

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 17:58:11 -0800

: martinw@hkstar.com [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Mr Lee, Jeong-sik:

As well as being a birder (in OBC), I write about wildlife and

conservation.

I have sent the info on Haenam to the editor of BBC Wildlife magazine,

suggesting it may be worth covering in a news item. She replied that the

February issue is almost complete, and there is only space for a very

short report (not much more than two or three sentences), and wondered

if this would be helpful. I replied that I thought it may be better to

do a longer piece for a later issue, asking people to write expressing

support for conserving the wetlands.

To see if this is possible, I would need some more information.

Such as:

Do you have an idea of what the Rural Development Corporation is

planning? - Does it appear they aim to destroy all/much of the reedbeds?

- if so, to boost area of rice fields? (How about the RDC - shouldn't it

be following the wishes of local government/local people?)

How is the RDC apparently scaring birds away from the area?

How about importance of Haenam wetland habitats other than Yongnam Lake?

Why do local communities want to work on saving the Haenam wetlands?

More on the Baikal teal would be useful. I have some memories, but not

clear, re history (I have some info, but not well filed so may be hard

to find) - could you give a little info on the teal, how it was

generally found to be scarce, then big number discovered at Yongam Lake,

and changes in number since.

Maybe also a bit more re wetland destruction/reclamation in Korea. I

remember some info on extensive reclamations along the west coast,

impacting important bird populations (Chinese egret?? Also migratory

shorebirds?) Is RDC also involved in these, or are there a whole lot of

organisations/companies working on wetland damage? (Might be useful to

learn a bit more re RDC and wetlands - has it shown sensitivity in other

areas?)

Then, timing: do you have any idea of when the RDC's work might start?

Lots of questions! - even though any news item would be pretty short.

But I hope you can help me by answering at least some of them.

Best regards,

Martin Williams


118. :

¥ : Wed, 8 Dec 1999 09:29:53 -0800

: calidris@planetaccess.com [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net


Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as observed before this inDear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Carl Jansson

SWEDEN

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119. : Haenam region

¥ : Thu, 9 Dec 1999 07:08:03 +0100 (MET)

: Lars Kristiansson <md8lars@mdstud.chalmers.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited

by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest

as a roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal

Teal and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels

in the area right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this

immediately, and that the negotiations on how to preserve the area

can be based on water levels as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields

and lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Lars Kristiansson md8lars@mdstud.chalmers.se

120. :

¥ : Wed, 08 Dec 1999 23:17:19 PST

: "Mats-e Persson" <mappen@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the

Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting

and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White

Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as

observed before this incident.

Please do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Mats Persson

SWEDEN

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121. :

¥ : Thu, 09 Dec 1999 13:10:12 +0100

: Rune.Bjerre@skolekom.dk (Rune Bjerre) [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

>

>

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

>

>

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area as I write. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

>

>

Rune Bjerre

>

Denmark

122. :

¥ : Thu, 9 Dec 1999 14:44:40 +0100

: peder.weibull@swseed.se [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely

Peder Weibull, PhD

Sweden

123. : From Sweden...

¥ : Thu, 9 Dec 1999 20:27:06 +0100

: "Ola Jonsson" <olaxjonsson@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Ola Jonsson

SWEDEN

124. : Exploration of the Haenam region

¥ : Thu, 09 Dec 1999 20:37:31 +0100

: Lars Hansson <lhansson@algonet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Lars Hansson

SWEDEN

125. : Wetland protection

¥ : Fri, 10 Dec 1999 00:17:13 CET

: "Mattias Pettersson" <mattiaspson@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Mattias Pettersson

Landsort bird observatory

SWEDEN

______________________________________________________

Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com


126. : Birds

¥ : Fri, 10 Dec 1999 00:55:36 +0100

: "Gunilla R?mel" <roemmel@swipnet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Gunilla R?mel

SWEDEN

127. : Haenam

¥ : Fri, 10 Dec 1999 08:54:51 +0100

: "Jacob Sterup Andersen" <jacobsterup@get2net.dk> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Jacob Sterup Andersen

Denmark

128. : Re: more info Haenam

¥ : Fri, 10 Dec 1999 03:26:36 PST

: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Jeon Sik shi,

Thank you for you mails,and congratulations on the campaign growing so

fast...good luck tomorrow especially. 1 or 2 of the images of teh Hwangsae

you sent were good, but most perhaps are not suitable for sending

internationally, We need images of the Baikal Teal (not Chung-Dung Ori,

Mallard, which you sent),and also shots of the scenery ("what kind of

wetland is being threatened" everybody wants to know,a nd how...) and the

damage being done to the site by bulldozers etc.

Do you have such images you could send me? If so, please send only the best

three or four (the last mail used up all the memory in my e-mail account!!!)

Take care and good luck!

Oh yes, is it okay to use your e-mail number please in the home-page I am

writing for the Korean Tourist Board as the local contact person? I do not

expect so many people will contact you, but it would be very good for

encouraging foreigners and eco-tourism in Haenam i guess.

All the best,

Nial

>From: "" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

>Reply-To: "" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

>To: spoonbill@hotmail.com

>Subject: more info Haenam

>Date: Fri, 10 Dec 1999 12:22:46 KST

>

>Deal Nial

>Haenam group have a plan action at 11 Dec. And We will send postcards from

>next week during next next week. Maybe, 3000 letter.

>Good Bye

>Heanam Lee, Jeon Sik

>==================================================

>No. 1 츮 ͳ,

> E-mail ּ Ѹϳ

>http://www.daum.net

______________________________________________________

Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com

129. :

¥ : Fri, 10 Dec 1999 13:09:37 +0100

: Andersson Nils-e <nils-ake.andersson@smhi.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Please do take action and see to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Nils-Ake Andersson

Norrkoeping

SWEDEN

130. :

¥ : Fri, 10 Dec 1999 13:54:24 +0100

: "Olofsson, Hans" <hans.olofsson@kalmar.mail.telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


To:

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely, Hans Olofsson Lackeby Sweden

131. : Protect the Haenam region

¥ : Thu, 9 Dec 1999 21:27:00 +0100

: "Clas Cronlund" <clas.cronlund@swipnet.se> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by the

Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a roosting

and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and Oriental White

Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels as

observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Clas Cronlund

SWEDEN

132. : Haenam exploitation

¥ : Fri, 10 Dec 1999 23:21:21 +0100

: "Teus Luijendijk" <tluijend@nl.packardbell.org> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the

area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and

that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water

levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Teus Luijendijk

The Netherlands

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Teus Luijendijk tluijend@nl.packardbell.org

Nieuwe Rijn 44 A

2312 JG Leiden

The Netherlands phone +31 71 5145599

homepage http://pages.whowhere.com/lifestyle/luijendijk/index.html

133. : Haenam tidal flats

¥ : Thu, 09 Dec 1999 16:18:28 +0800

: Geoff Carey <gjc@netvigator.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Բ ޴ : Nial Moores <spoonbill@hotmail.com>

I am writing to support your efforts to protect Haenam's tidal flats and associated wetland areas.

Haenam is obviously important on a regional and global scale as it supports internationally and

regionally important concentrations of a number of wetland species. As such, it is important to both

regional and global biodiversity.

I would like to request that all further "improvements" and development stop immediately to allow

conservation and the environment to be fully taken into account in further development of the area.

This means that all relevant groups need to cooperate in developing an effective master-plan for the

area that would both conserve waterfowl and encourage eco-tourism in the region. South Korea has

tremendous natural wealth in the form of its wetlands and their wildlife. I would like urge all

those involved to protect it for future generations.

Yours faithfully,

Geoff Carey

___________________________________________________

P.O. Box 393, Sha Tin Central Post Office, Hong Kong

Tel. (+852) 26081281


134. : 켱 1 ϴ-ָ

¥ : Sat, 11 Dec 1999 13:20:22 +0900

: "" <oecology@nownuri.net> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

õ ô ϰ سô Ͽ 1 մϴ.

ó E-maiḻּ ֽø ڽϴ.

ȭֽø ڽϴ. 019-636-5040Դϴ.

õ Կ ϴ.

ǰϽʽÿ.


135. : Haenam region explotation

¥ : Sat, 11 Dec 1999 21:24:38 +0000

: "Leif Arvidsson" <u50005373@d1o55.telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited

by the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest

as a roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal

Teal and Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in

the area right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this

immediately, and that the negotiations on how to preserve the area

can be based on water levels as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and

lakes will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Leif Arvidsson

SWEDEN

136. : We want our storks, please!

¥ : Sat, 11 Dec 1999 22:11:07 +0100

: "Kaj Svahn" <kaj.svahn@telia.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sir,

I strongly object to the Haenam region in South Korea being exploited by

the Rural Development Corporation. The area is of global interest as a

roosting and wintering site for many birds such as the Baikal Teal and

Oriental White Stork.

I have been informed that the RDC are changing the water levels in the area

right this minute. Please, see to that they stop this immediately, and that

the negotiations on how to preserve the area can be based on water levels

as observed before this incident.

Pleas do take action and se to that the tidal-flats, rice fields and lakes

will be preserved to coming generations.

Yours sincerely,

Kaj Svahn

SWEDEN

137. : Re: [OB] Baikal Teal main wintering area under threat

¥ : Tue, 14 Dec 1999 13:17:45 +0900

: Desmond Allen <dw6d-alln@asahi-net.or.jp> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]

޴ : "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com>

Բ ޴ : "The Haenam Group for the Conservation of Haenam's tidal-flats and Waterfowl" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>

Dear Sirs,

I am most concerned about the present situation at Haenam in South Korea.

As you are no doubnt aware this is one of the most important areas left in

East asia for certain wintering birds, notably the threatened Baikal Teal

and the Oriental White Stork.

One of the reasons for its importance is that it has not been 'developed'

and so to maintain its value it is important that road and drain building,

such as are currently being conducted, be stopped immediately. This will be

much cheaper and more effective than being required to undo such works at a

later stage when it is effectively shown that they have indeed have a

negative effect on the important wildlife in the area.

Before proceeding further, I would urge all groups to jointly develop a

master plan for the area which takes appropriate account of the area's

international ecological importance. Conservation of the area should be a

top priority, in my view, combined with educational facilities to explain

the importance of the area and other measures to encourage ecotourism.

Yours truly,

Desmond Allen

-------------------------------------------------------------

Desmond Allen

OrientalBirding Co-List manager

Machida Shi,

Tokyo

e-mail: dw6d-alln@asahi-net.or.jp

X-URL: http://www.egroups.com/list/orientalbirding/

List-Subscribe: <http://www.egroups.com/subscribe?listname=orientalbirding>,

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: Haenam
¥ : Thu, 20 Jan 2000 13:29:37 +1100
: Susan Myers <susan@websurf.net.au> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
޴ : "'spoonbill@hotmail.com'" <spoonbill@hotmail.com>, "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


Dear Sir/Madam,
I write to express my support for conservationists attempting to halt development in the Haenam area. This is one of the most important sites for wintering wildfowl in the northern hemisphere. Having visited Korea, I can attest to the critical importance of preserving the country's remaining wetland areas, and I am shocked that further massive development is planned. It will have a devastating effect on the population of Baikal Teal as well as a number of other endangered species, and I sincerely hope that all development and disturbance of wildlife in the area can be halted immediately - including such activities as road building and drainage.
It is vital that all interested agencies work together to coordinate an overall plan which will allow preservation of such a vital area. Korea is a wonderful country with great appeal to visiting wildlife tourists, but with each new development of coastal wetlands, the country loses part of it

s heritage.
Susan Myers
Susan Myers
Operations Manager
Birding Worldwide
Level 3, 818 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill VIC 3128
Ph. +61 3 9899 9303
Fax +61 3 9890 8911
email birding@websurf.net.au
website http://www.birdingworldwide.com.au
 
: Haenam birds
¥ : 20 Jan 2000 10:21:52 +0000
: Chris Gooddie <chrisg@focusrite.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
޴ : <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


Dear Sirs,

I write to you regarding the current ecological threats to the Haenam region.

I am sure you are aware that Yongam Lake in the area has the last significant remaining areas of reed bed and shallow pools, and that the Haenam region is most probably the most important wintering area for waterfowl nationwide - with an estimated 300 000 plus individual birds, and 7 species in internationally
important concentrations (as defined by the Ramsar Convention,) most notably the Baikal Teal Anas formosa. 168 000 were counted in January 1999, a huge percentage of the world population. Korea can justly be proud of such numbers!

With continuing degradation of other areas in Haenam, most of
the waterfowl this winter are concentrated into a few hundred hectares of Yongam Lake, at Dangduri. This core area at Dangduri has been recently recognised as having great value by local government (who want to work with the local community in conserving the area), and even by the national government's Rural Development Corporation

However, in the past weeks, I understand that the RDC have increased their
activities, and appear intent on driving the waterfowl out of the area.

I have visited Korea many times for business, and am planning to visit as a bird-watching tourist in the next 2-3 years. However, if areas like the Haenam region are not protected, tourism revenue like mine will be lost.

Please take action to preserve Haenam now- the area is very important in terms of regional and global biodiversity. It is vital that all further "improvements" (such as road and drain building) stop immediately, and if possible, please find a way for all relevant groups to cooperate in developing an effective master-plan for the area which would both conserve waterfowl and encourage eco-tourism in the region.

With thanks for your time,

Yours sincerely,


Chris Goodie (UK)

 
<color><param>0100,0100,0100</param><FontFamily><param>Univers</param><bigger>20 January 2000

TO: All Relevant Persons Concerned with The Future
Management of the Haenam Wetlands and the Conservation of
Internationally Important Concentrations of Waterfowl

It was with great concern that The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) heard about the development activities currently taking place in the Haenam region of South Korea (see following information) and the potential effects these will have on the globally important population of Baikal Teal which winter in your country. The Baikal Teal is a globally endangered species listed as Vulnerable by the World Conservation Union (IUCN). In winter, South Korea holds almost all of the world population concentrated onto only very few sites. This makes the species highly sensitive to disturbance.

As you may know, the Baikal Teal is one of the most spectacular and attractive wildfowl species in the world, hence the bird's latin name "Formosa" which means "beautiful duck". The huge concentrations of these wonderful birds would make a superb visitor attraction. In the UK, WWT's nine visitor centres attract 125,000 wild ducks, geese and swans every winter. In turn, these birds attract 600,000 visitors annually (17
million visits in total) who pay to enter our centres and contribute towards our annual turnover of some 4 million GBP.

We would strongly urge you to reduce the disturbance being caused to the Baikal Teal (and other waterbirds) in Haenam and to consider ways in which these birds can be used as a tourist attraction.

Yours faithfully

: Main Baikal teal wintering area under threat
¥ : Thu, 20 Jan 2000 13:11:04 +0000
: "Baz Hughes" <Baz.Hughes@wwt.org.uk> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
޴ : Nial Moores <spoonbill@hotmail.com>, ecohaenam@hanmail.net
Ҽ : WWT

 

Dr Baz Hughes
Head of Threatened Species      <smaller>E-mail: baz.hughes@wwt.org.uk<bigger>
<FontFamily><param>Arial</param><smaller>

<FontFamily><param>Univers</param><bigger>The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust understand that:

1) The Haenam area consists of three large reclamation lakes (Yongam, Kumho and Kochonnam) with surrounding rice-fields; and also areas of still extant tidal-flat.

2) These four areas meet Ramsar Criteria as being identifiable as internationally important - either taken singly or as a whole.

3) Although not created originally for wildlife, loss of natural wetlands with extensive open water, extensive reedbeds and areas of shallow water elsewhere ensure that the Haenam reclamation lakes have become outstandingly important internationally for waterfowl;
4) Probably the most important species supported by the area in internationally important concentrations is the Baikal Teal - a threatened species confined to a very few wetlands worldwide in winter. Furthermore, the Haenam region is probably unique in that it also supports wintering Oriental White Stork, Imperial
Eagle and White-naped Crane (as well as Saunders's Gull etc).
This is not only important for biodiversity, but also indicates its potential for ecotourism.

5) The lake at Kochonnam supported no less than 168 000 Baikal Teal in January 1999, whilst nearby Yongam Lake supported at least 100 000 in November 1999.

6) Construction work being carried out by the Rural Development Corporation throughout the area is lessening its ability to support birds. Most especially its increasing activity in the Tangduri area, Yongam Lake, with bulldozers and dumper trucks active until after dark, has put great pressure on the roosting Baikal Teal supported by the site. After the increase in disturbance (which was in direct breach of promises made to control construction activity), the Baikal Teal temporarily deserted the area in December, moving several hundreds of kilometres north. As of 11 January 2000, only 75 000 had returned to the area - despite most wetlands further north being frozen over and unable to support the species.

7) Good management practice - involving zoning, active habitat management for waterfowl and the development of a sustainable agricultural and eco-tourist industry - would enable agriculture, people and birds to coexist together. Because of the global fame of the Baikal Teal, such positive management practice would win widespread praise and interest - creating a more positive image of Haenam, the Rural Development
Corporation and South Korea itself.<FontFamily><param>Arial</param><smaller>
<nofill>
Dr Baz Hughes, Head of Threatened Species
WWT, Slimbridge, Glos. GL2 7BT, UK
Tel: +44 1453 891916    Fax: +44 1453 890827
Web site http://www.wwt.org.uk


: 4 points
¥ : Thu, 20 Jan 2000 23:48:59 PST
: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net


Dear Lee jeong-sik sunnsennyim,

I am writing for three main things:

1) I am trying to write your report, but know I will not be able to finish before Monday now. Sorry - very busy and complicated situations here!

2) WWT have written a letter about Haenam. Do you need information on this organisation to introduce to media or local govt?

3)_ If you request to Seoul KFEM (maybe Jang Ji-yeong at first), they might let me delay again finishing the UK-Korea report for them; if so, I could make it down to Haenam for 1 of the 2 days (to help show around on Jan 27th and to bring you some good slides etc?). If so, would your group please be able to cover train fare and accomodation again?
4) please try to get very good photographs of the eagles we saw together at Kochonnam.
Very probably, 1 is a young Steppe Eagle (only 1 or 2 records for Korea, and no photograph); 1 is possibly Spotted eagle? though views were too poor.

Hope you are well: international interest in Haenam is still high it seems!

Did you check out the KNTO home-page at

http://www.knto.or.kr/index.1.html ?

All the best,

Nial
______________________________________________________
Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com

 
  : Haenam Lake
¥ : Fri, 4 Feb 2000 10:41:47 -0000
: James Fair <james.fair@bbc.co.uk> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
޴ : "'ecohaenam@hanmail.net'" <ecohaenam@hanmail.net>


Dear

We are planning to run your e-mail address in an article we are running in
BBC Wildlife Magazine (about wetlands in China and Korea - see below). Can
you please:

- Read the story and confirm the details are correct;
- Confirm details about your organisation are correct.

Thanks and best wishes

James Fair

Poyang Lake, one of only six Ramsar sites in China and a winter home to irtually the world's entire population of Siberian cranes, is losing huge quantities of its waterfowl to poachers.
Poaching has been a problem for many years at Poyang, but the issue was rekindled this winter when Chinese tv showed whitefronted geese and swan geese on sale in local markets. Reporters found piles of birds waiting to be plucked and that, provided stallholders paid their taxes, local officials tolerated the trade. Perhaps in response to the programme, two groups of swan and goose poachers were arrested.
But there is no reason to suppose the trade will stop. The Ramsar Bureau's former senior advisor Mike Smart visited Poyang three years ago and found, "While many bird species are protected by law, local communities hunt them, generally using pesticides in the form of small pellets."
Poyang Lake, a huge wetland fed by five rivers flowing from the south toward the mid Y

angtze, is of international importance for its waterfowl. One corner of it has been designated as a Ramsar site.
Over-hunting and wetland drainage are probably the major causes of the decline in wildfowl numbers in China this century, particularly in the case of the Baikal teal, once regarded as the commonest duck in north-east Asia.
By the early 1980s, the Baikal teal appeared disturbingly scarce, but substantial numbers have since been discovered in South Korea, where the winter population is around 250,000.
Most inhabit Haenam, a wetland complex in the south-west of the country. Haenam is another of east Asia's threatened wetlands. The Government's Rural Development Corporation has proposed developing rice fields in the area, and some schemes, including road-building, are already underway.
The local authority evidently backs moves to conserve the wetland. But the corporation seems intent on carrying on, and has reneged on promises to l

imit disturbance to the Baikal teal and other birds.
martin williams

The International Crane Foundation is assisting Poyang Lake Nature Reserve
with staff training and research. E-mail: cranes@savingcranes.org Wetlands
International has an office in Beijing and would be glad to receive letters
of support. E-mail chenkl@sun.ihep.ac.cn
To support conservation of Haenam,
e-mail: ecohaenam@hanmail.net.
James Fair
BBC Wildlife
0117 973 2235

  : Various
¥ : Sun, 13 Feb 2000 01:47:56 PST
: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net
Բ ޴ : plpm@sunchon.sunchon.ac.kr


Dear Lee Jung Sik sunnsennim and Professor Park Ky Young,

I just wanted to advise you both that I have been told by Wetlands
International to delay my arrival in Viet Nam by a week: so i will not need
to arrive there until about March 5th.
This will give me more time to arrange visas, have discussions 6nd assist
with the planning and work if it is needed.

My schedule this week now appears to be ;
Jan 14 Ch'unam: Kyungnam institute
Jan 15 Seoul - visas
Jan 16-17 if possible, Sunchon. Visa connection, plus if possible meeting
with city hall people in connection with their planned trip to Mai Po etc
and also to check the identification of a possibly etremely rare bird which
I found in Sunchon Bay yesterday.
Jan 18- Seoul

I await advice about whether atendance at the Crane Symposium is wanted or
whether any more surveying or advice is needed.
Also, Chris Newbold is now uncontactable in Japan (I can contact him only on
Feb 25).
He is prepared to come down to Haenam.
However, his time is extremely limited.
The symposium finishes at 1730 on 29th February (and probably there will be
some special dinner after it ).
He has a ticket to fly back to England from Seoul on March 1st at 1840.
The Haenam group would need to cover his expenses only - and he wants no
salary. He says he needs to see the site to advise on P problems.

In friendship,

Nial Moores
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  : Chris Newbold
¥ : Tue, 15 Feb 2000 02:07:48 PST
: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
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Lee Jung-sik shi,
This is a copy of the mail from Chris Newbold:

To: Nial Moores. From: Chris Newbold
Date: 11 February 2000.
Subject: Haenam and Baikal Teal.
I tried to phone you but that failed. I am leaving for Japan
tomorrow. Can we meet up and discuss, if you are not leaving until
27 Feb. I will be arriving Seoul on 26 Feb, at 1210hrs on KE706.
Perhaps we can meet at my hotel in afternoon. Problem is British
Embassy have not told me where I am staying. You could get this
from Michael Cherrett. My contact adddress in Japan is Holiday
Inn Tobu Hotel , Narita for night of 25 Feb. The tel no. is 0081 476
311 234 fax 0081 476 320 617. I have problems bringing out material
for
you due to weightallowance lots of camera gear for my trip to Japan etc. In
any
event what you request is not easy to sort out. If we cannot meet up
then
I have Wednesday pa

rtially free
to visit Hainem. Conference ends 1730 on 29 February. My flight
leaves Seoul at 1840 on 1 March. Could I leave after conference
and get back in time for flight say 1700hrs or could I leave very
early Weds am and do visit in long day. Phosphorus
removal
using wetland plants is not very
efficient. If muds/soils are rich in P then other chemical methods
are more efficient but you have to watch backlash on ecology of
system. Chemical methods do not remove P from the system they
just bind it to the soil. Other methods are to provide refugia for
zooplankton, these will eat certain algae if that is the problem.
Other methods are to remove fish. As you can there are lots of
options but I really need to see the site to ajudge best method. If a
visit is feasible then I would not charge but if they could pay


expenses and put me up in decent hotel if I go down to Hainem on
Tuesday night and get me back for my flight that would be fine.
Best wishes
Chris


I talked with the British Embassy today,and they said if he goes to Haenam
it must be on Wednesday only and not Tuesday night. Makes the time
difficult. I will probably go to the symposium in Seoul...but then if you
want my help, how to get to Haenam ?

All the best,

Nial
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: Wetland Conservation Seminar in Seoul
¥ : Fri, 18 Feb 2000 11:06:29 -0000
: Jiyeon Kim <Jiyeon.Kim@seoul.mail.fco.gov.uk> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
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For the attention of Mr Lee Jung-sik

Dear Mr Lee,

I have got your contact details from Nial Moores.
Please see the attached flier for the Wetland Conservation Seminar, which
will be held on 29th February (Tue) at the British Embassy in Seoul. If you
need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me (Tel: 02
735 7341, Fax: 02 736 6241, E-mail: Jiyeon.Kim@seoul.mail.fco.gov.uk).
Please note that the e-mail is only available in English. Apologies for any
inconvenience in advance.

<<KFEM Seminar Flier.doc>>

Best regards,
Jiyeon Kim
Science, Technology & Environment Section

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¥ : Tue, 22 Feb 2000 15:25:21 -0000
: "KEEBLE, Edward" <Edward.KEEBLE@SlaughterandMay.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
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Important: This is a personal e-mail and is not an official communication of
Slaughter and May. In sending this e-mail, the sender is not acting as an
agent, representative, or in any other capacity for or on behalf of
Slaughter and May. Slaughter and May accepts no responsibility or liability
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I am interested in your work in relation to Baikal Teal and habitat.

The purpose of this message, other than to wish you good luck, is to say
that I would be interested in providing some financial support if you have a
use for it.

Let me know if this is of interest.

Ed Keeble

 
 
: Haenam
¥ : Sun, 27 Feb 2000 16:51:24 +0100
: lacmi@tiscalinet.it (Paola Verganti) [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net


Dear Sirs, we strongly support conservation of Haenam. Such an area is of
inestimable value for the world heritage as stopover point for millions of
migrating birds.
Best regards.
LAC - Italian League against Hunting


 
: Last survey data
¥ : Thu, 02 Mar 2000 01:32:33 PST
: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net


Greetings,
Here is the first part of the data you asked. I will try also to put
together the counts from January 1999; maybe tomorrow or the day after.
If you cannot understand it okay, please call (011 9020 7964), or email.
The more we contact together, the more I can do to help you and the Haenam
group.
Your friend,

Nial

PS what is Lee PD's new hand phone number? I do not know how to contact
with him.
 

: RE: AWC
¥ : Fri, 03 Mar 2000 01:07:30 PST
: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
޴ : koji@wiap.nasionet.net
Բ ޴ : ecohaenam@hanmail.net


Dear Koji San,

Thank you for your swift response. I am enclosing as an attachment comparative data between 1999 and 2000 January.
Clearly nationwide Baikal Teal has increased rapidly over the past 10 years or more - not only due to increased observer coverage. About 250000 were present in November 1999 - with fewer later in the winter. Some of these no doubt moved into China (high possibility considering Haenam's geographic position) and perhaps Japan. There have been several thousand regularly/irregularly in Japan again for 3-4 years now. However, many of the suppoprting wetlands are actively being "improved" - and some will probably not be able to support such large numbers in the future. Disturbance is a major consideration.
Oriental White Stork, along with Eurasian Black Vulture, were recorded in record numbers this winter in South Korea: about 30 and 300 respectively. Having counted the Haenam storks, i do not doubt the accuracy of the figure.
All the best,

Nial Moores


>From: "Koji Tagi (wiap, office)" <koji@wiap.nasionet.net>
>To: 'nial moores' <spoonbill@hotmail.com>
>Subject: RE: AWC
>Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 15:44:27 +0800
>
>Nial-san,
>
>
>Thank you very much for sending me the census results. I forwarded the
>results to Dr. Kim Jin-Han (as an AWC coordinator in South Korea), Mr.
>Miyabayashi and Taej.
>
>Do you think Tomoe-gamo (Baikal Teal) is increasing? I heard that a few >thousand Baikal Teal occurred at Ajisu Kantaku, Yamaguchi, on January this >year.
>
>Are there so many Oriental Storks?
>
>Anyway, thank you for your efforts. We appreciate your participation in >the next time, too.
>
>
>Koji TAGI
>Technical Officer
>Wetlands International-Asia Pacific

>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: nial moores [SMTP:spoonbill@hotmail.com]
>Sent: Friday, March 03, 2000 2:40 PM
>To: koji@wiap.nasionet.net
>Subject: AWC
>
> << File: HAENAMAWCDATA.xls >> Dear Koji San,
>
>I hope you are well and that your birdwatching is still very enjoyable.
>This winter has been pretty interesting in South Korea - though too little
>field time to really enjoy it!
>
>Anyway, attached is some count data from Haenam region.
>Hope you can incorporate it or use it.
>Sincerely,
>Nial Moores
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  : April and May; shorebird survey?
¥ : Tue, 07 Mar 2000 03:57:57 PST
: "nial moores" <spoonbill@hotmail.com> [ּҷϿ ߰] [Űźο ߰]
޴ : plpm@sunchon.sunchon.ac.kr
Բ ޴ : mach@kfem.or.kr, ecohaenam@hanmail.net, hckim@ms.kkokje.co.kr, seablue5@shinbiro.com, woamdong@hotmail.com


Dear Professor Park Ky Young and friends in Sunchon, Lee In-sik sunsennim
and friends in Masan, friends in Pusan, Lee Jung-sik sunsennim and friends
in Haenam, Park Choon-sik and Kim Kyung Wan sunsennim,


Thank you very much for all the kindness and support that you have given to
me in the past. I very much hope that I can continue working to deserve
that support.
I apologise for any rudeness in sending a letter to so many of you at one
time, but considering my absence from Korea in March it appears the most
efficient way to ask if it might be possible to try to undertake a shorebird
survey again, in April and May.

I will leave for Viet Nam this Thursday morning and return to South Korea on
April 5th.
I have drawn up a tentative schedule, to allow gathering of data which we
can then use to compare to the data collected in 1998. Concentrating on the
south and south-west will help allow us to start to understand the south and
south west region better; there is now enough data for most west coast sites
(at least by government),a nd Saemankeum is already sure to receive massive
coverage due to KFEM's and Green Korea United's campaigns.
By promoting shorebird conservation along the south coast and in Hampyong
Bay , we can both raise awareness about all of the local groups's sites -
and also the state of tidal-flat nationwide.
Although it is only a suggestion, would these survey dates seem possible?

April 8 Birdwatching school or event? Nakdong? Sunchon?
April 9 Nakdong
April 10 Masan area
April 11 Namhae Is.
12th Kwangyang Bay
13-14 Sunchon
15th Kangjin Bay
16th Haenam
17, 18th Hampyong Bay and Aphae Island

19th speech at Taegu University

20-25 Packing up apartment in Seoul; maybe visting Saemankeum? Earth Day -
where?

26th Speech, Royal Asiatic Society in Seoul

27-2nd Migratory bird research with Park Jin Young

May 4th Aphae
5th Hampyong Bay
6th Haenam
7th-8th Sunchon
9th Kwangyang Bay
10th Namhae Is.
11 Masan
12th Nakdong

13th-14th Event? Eco-tour?

May 17th Aphae Is
May 18th Hampyong
19th Haenam
20 Kangjin Bay
21-22 Sunchon Bay
23 Kwangyang
24 Namhae Is.
25 Masan
26-27 Nakdong

Although much of the time will be intense surveying, of course we can use
days also for "training" or education or awareness raising.
With many thanks, and apologies for unintended rudeness,

Respectfully,

Nial Moores
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