Lake Manpo and Lake Bonpo Important Bird Area
The Lake Manpo and Lake Bonpo Important Bird Area lies within the Rason Special Economic Zone on the coast of north-eastern North Korea, close to its borders with both China and Russia. The 5880 ...
Korea Bay
The Korea Bay, sometimes the West Korea Bay (Hangul: 서조선만 or 서한만; hanja: 西朝鮮灣 or 西韓灣; [sʰʌdʑosʰʌn.man] or [sʰʌhan.man]) is a northern extension of the Yellow Sea, between Liaoning Province...
Korea Bay - Wikipedia
Panmun Field
Panmun Field is an 8000 ha wetland site in southern North Hwanghae Province of North Korea, close to the city of Kaesong and the border with South Korea. It contains mainly rice paddies. It has b...
Panmun Field - Wikipedia
Lake Rangrim
Lake Rangrim, also known as Lake Nangnim, is an artificial lake in the Rangrim Mountains of Chagang Province in northern North Korea. It was formed by damming a river valley to produce hydroelectricit...
Lake Rangrim - Wikipedia
Daedong Bay Important Bird Area
The Daedong Bay Important Bird Area lies on the north-eastern coast of the Yellow Sea on the west coast of North Korea near the mouth of the Taedong River. It comprises 3500 ha of marine, intert...
Daedong Bay Important Bird Area - Wikipedia
Kumya Bay Important Bird Area
The Kumya Bay Important Bird Area lies on the eastern coast of North Korea on the Sea of Japan. It comprises 4500 ha of estuarine waters, rivers and saltpans, encompassing a 2000 ha protect...
Kumya Bay Important Bird Area - Wikipedia
Sapung Lake
Sapung Lake is an artificial reservoir on the border between North Korea and China. The lake has been created by a damming of the Yalu River by the Sup'ung Dam, located just upstream from Sinuiju, Nor...
Sapung Lake - Wikipedia
Lake Samilpo
Lake Samilpo is an 80 ha freshwater lake in south-eastern Kangwon Province in south-eastern North Korea. It lies about 2 km from the coast of the Sea of Japan and 9 km north-west of the...
Lake Samilpo - Wikipedia
Changja River
The Changja River is a river of North Korea. The Changja River flows through the north of the county and flows through the city of Kanggye. 126°03′47″E / 40.96556°N 126.06306°E...
Potong River
Pot'ong River is a river in North Korea. It is a tributary of the Taedong River.
125°41′54″E / 39.0022°N 125.6982°E / 39.0022; 125.6982
Mayang Chosuji
Mayang Reservoir is a 376 ha artificial lake, or reservoir, lying in the mountains of North Hamgyong Province of North Korea at an altitude of 720 m above sea level. It is one of North Kore...
Mayang Chosuji - Wikipedia
Bongocheon
Bongocheon is a river of North Korea. It is a river of the Han River system.
Hantan River
The Hantan River is a river in South Korea, flowing through Gangwon and Gyeonggi Provinces. It is a tributary of the Imjin River, which eventually joins the Han River and empties into the Yellow Sea. ...
Hantan River - Wikipedia
Lake Kwangpo
Lake Kwangpo lies near the coast of South Hamgyong Province of North Korea. A 4500 ha site encompassing the lake, including adjacent rice paddies and the 2,000-hectare (4,900-acre) Lake Kwangpo ...
Lake Kwangpo - Wikipedia
Heaven Lake
Heaven Lake (천지 (Ch'ŏnji or Cheonji) in Korean; 天池 (Tiānchí) in Chinese; Tamun omo or Tamun juce in Manchu) is a crater lake on the border between China and North Korea. It lies within a caldera atop ...
Heaven Lake - Wikipedia
Onchon Field
Onchon Field is a 50,000 ha wetland site in South Pyongan Province of North Korea. It contains freshwater wetlands, rice paddies and salt pans. It has been identified by BirdLife International as...
Onchon Field - Wikipedia
Kangryong Field
Kangryong Field is a 1200 ha wetland site in South Hwanghae Province of North Korea. It has been identified by BirdLife International as an Important Bird Area (IBA) because it supports populati...
Kangryong Field - Wikipedia
Ch'ongch'on River
The Ch'ŏngch'ŏn is a river of North Korea having its source in the Rangrim Mountains of Chagang Province and emptying into the Yellow Sea at Sinanju. The river flows past Myohyang-san and through the ...
Ch'ongch'on River - Wikipedia
Amrok River estuary Important Bird Area
The Amrok River estuary Important Bird Area comprises the North Korean part of the Amrok, or Yalu, estuary, with an area of 7000 ha, abutting the border with China on the north-eastern coast of t...
Amrok River estuary Important Bird Area - Wikipedia
Ryonghung Gang estuary Important Bird Area
The Ryonghung Gang estuary Important Bird Area comprises the 10,000 ha estuary of the Ryonghung River where it flows into the Sea of Japan in South Hamgyong Province on the eastern coast of North...
Ryonghung Gang estuary Important Bird Area - Wikipedia
Anbyon Field
Anbyon Field is a 1000 ha wetland site in Kangwon Province of North Korea. It is one of the state’s designated Natural Monuments and has been identified by BirdLife International as an Important...
Anbyon Field - Wikipedia
Tumen River
The Tumen River, also called the Tuman River ([tumanɡaŋ]; called the Duman in South Korea), is a 521-kilometre (324 mi) long river that serves as part of the boundary between China, North Korea a...
Tumen River - Wikipedia
Ongjin Bay Important Bird Area
The Ongjin Bay Important Bird Area lies on the western coast of North Korea on the Yellow Sea, in Ongjin County, South Hwanghae. It comprises 3500 ha of wetlands, including rice paddies, and enc...
Ongjin Bay Important Bird Area - Wikipedia
Lake Khasan
Lake Khasan or Lake Hassan (Russian: озеро Хасан; Chinese: 哈桑湖; pinyin: Hāsāng Hú) is a small lake in Khasansky District, Primorsky Krai of Russia, located southeast of Posyet Bay, on the ...
Lake Khasan - Wikipedia
Taedong River
The Taedong River (Chosŏn'gŭl: 대동강) is a large river in North Korea. It rises in the Rangrim Mountains of the country's north. It then flows southwest into Korea Bay at Namp'o. In between, it runs th...
Taedong River - Wikipedia
Bukhan River
The Bukhan River (North Han River) is a tributary of the Han River that flows through both North and South Korea. It traverses Kangwon province in North Korea and Gangwon and Gyeonggi provinces in So...
Bukhan River - Wikipedia
Chongdan Field
Chongdan Field is a 1000 ha wetland protected area in South Hwanghae Province of North Korea. It and its surrounds, including rice paddies, have been identified by BirdLife International as a 25...
Chongdan Field - Wikipedia