Taej Mundkur

Senior Technical Officer
, Wetlands International
Profile / Bio: 

Dr. Taej Mundkur started his career with Wetlands International (then Asian Wetland Bureau) in Malaysia in 1991 where he coordinated the Asian Waterbird Census.

He is responsible for development of migratory waterbirds and wetlands conservation programmes in all flyways worldwide, in partnership with conventions, governments, NGOs, corporate sector and others. This includes promotion of management of international ecological networks of sites of importance for waterbirds, including Ramsar Sites, Flyway Network Sites and other important protected and unprotected areas. He coordinates the global International Waterbird Census and Waterbird Population Estimates. He has a doctorate in waterbird ecology and a master’s degree in microbiology from India.


Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Evidence-based action (Part 1): The Conservation Status of Migratory Waterbirds in the EAAF 06 December 2021 Slides Agriculture and Natural Resources, Climate Change, Environment, Regional Cooperation and Integration, Knowledge Management
International and Regional Perspective - Wetlands and Waterbirds 16 October 2020 Slides Environment