| Strategies (Policies) to Protect Cranes and their habitats in Korea (paper in English)|
A paper was published. The file can be downloaded here.
Jang Y.C., S. H. Yoo, K. S. Lee., S. M. Hwang. (2020). Development and Assessment of Strategies to Protect Cranes and their Habitats in Korea. Korean Journal of Ornothology, 27(1): 21-29.
Strategies to protect cranes and their habitats were assessed by 50 participants who attended a workshop held in Suncheon City, South Korea, 2019. They were a total of 15 strategies, including 5 for the central government, 5 for local governments, and 5 for non-governmental organizations (NGOs). The most effective strategy identified was increasing the number of crane habitat areas legally protected by local governments, and the most feasible strategy was monitoring of the crane population by NGOs. This study proposes an integrated set of policies for protecting cranes in Korea.