The survival of the Yellow Sea beach and migratory birds is threatened for a long time，so we must take action to protect them
We are an organization which protects Spoon-billed Sandpiper and other waterbirds on the Yellow Sea mudflats, the most crucial staging sites for migratory shorebirds along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. Established in 2008, the SBSC focuses on biodiversity conservation on the Jiangsu coast. We have been conducting regular waterbird surveys for 74 months (by 2016) , promoting a series of birding and nature observation activities, introducing people to experience the unique marine culture and improving the conservation awareness in local communities, including schools, fishermen unions and companies.
The key team members of us are based in Shanghai, and supporting team in Rudong county, Lianyungang city and Nanjing city. We have volunteers from within and outside of China for peak time work, including field, community and some laboratory work.
We are an affiliation team of CCWCT for the monthly waterbird survey on Jiangsu coast, covering 6 key mudflats in three cities.