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Huge Boost To The East Asian Australasian Flyway: China To Halt Coastal Land Reclamation

Every year millions of shorebirds migrate from the southern hemisphere, many from as far as Australia and New Zealand, to the Arctic to breed and back again. 1,458 more words

In new role, Japan's warships patrolling waters around Koreas to foil oil smuggling

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Maritime Self-Defense Force ships have been deployed to waters around the Korean Peninsula, even near the Northern Limit Line, since late last year to thwart North Korean attempts to evade international sanctions, government sources say. 496 more words

The Yellow Sea - A Tale of the Copper Coast

I need you to believe me on these two things.

To the best of my knowledge, the only three people who have really seen the Yellow Sea, are Tramore inshore fisherman, skipper of the Little Tern John Stubbs, local (international record-holding) kayaker Mick O’Meara …and myself. 2,408 more words

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U.S. carrier patrols off Korean peninsula in warning to Pyongyang

By Tim Kelly

Reuters

ABOARD USS RONALD REAGAN, Sea of Japan (Reuters) – The USS Ronald Reagan, a 100,000-ton nuclear powered aircraft carrier, patrolled in waters east of the Korean peninsula on Thursday, in a show of sea and air power designed to warn off North Korea from any military action. 494 more words

Armed Chinese jets drive off US spy plane over Yellow Sea

| 24 July 2017 | A US spy plane flying near the eastern coast of China was intercepted by two Chinese fighter jets and had to change course, US officials said. 38 more words

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Chinese fighter jets intercept US Navy plane over East China Sea

US Navy surveillance aircraft was intercepted by two Chinese J-10 fighter jets in an “unsafe” manner over the East China Sea on Sunday, prompting evasive action by the former’s pilot to avoid a collision, the Pentagon has said. 199 more words

More Good News For Yellow Sea Conservation And How You Can Help!

Protecting the Yellow Sea is the highest conservation priority in East Asia.  Coastal wetlands in China are facing massive pressure from economic development and, over the past 50 years, the country has lost more than 60 percent of its natural coastal wetlands. 990 more words