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The second part of the project 'For a brighter future of Sociable Lapwing' covered the period from September 29 to November 3, 2018. On 2-12 October 2018, the project team carried out the survey at the KBA 'Talimarzhan reservoir' to research Sociable Lapwing congregations, number, distribution, diet and threats. On 10 October, the Sociable Lapwing number at the KBA reached its maximum of 4,060 individuals.

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BBC 100 Women has announced its list of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2018. UzSPB Executive Committee member, Dr. Leyla Belyalova entered this list as a university lecturer working to preserve Uzbekistan's mountain ecosystems and protect bird species, including raptors.

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On November 16, 2018, in Tashkent, at the initiative of Uzbekistan Society fot the Protection of Birds (UzSPB) with the support of the UNDP/GEF project «Technical Support to Relevant Parties for the Preparation of the 6th National Report on the Convention on Biological Diversity» a workshop on the Global Standard of the International Union for Conservation of Nature on Key Biodiversity Areas (KBA): an application experience, use in environmental planning, investments, and prospects for Uzbekistan was organized.

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On 6-7 October, 25.000 people attended the 25. EuroBirdwatch, the biggest European birdwaching event. 41 national partners of BirdLife International across Europe and Central Asia invited people to more than 956 different events to observe the fascinating bird migration and see more than 5,2 Million birds on their way southwards to their wintering places.

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Together with the beginning of the autumn migration, it is time to summarize results of the sixth Spring Alive season in Uzbekistan. Despite the fact that in 2018 the international program Spring Alive lost its main donor and stopped allocating grants to participating organizations, our Society held the next Spring Alive season in Uzbekistan! In spring and summer 2018, a total of about 1,170 people, including more than 400 schoolchildren took part in Spring Alive events in Uzbekistan.

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Supported by: BirdLife International RSPB Darwin Initiative

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