Who we are

Who we are

We are a global Partnership of independent organisations working together as one for nature and people. Read more about BirdLife

What we do

What we do

We create action through insight. Through our expertise on birds we act for nature and people. Through sharing local challenges we find lasting global solutions. Read more about our programmes.

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Where we work

Where we work

From the Amazon to the Zambezi, from the Tundra to the Tierra del Fuego the BirdLife Partnership is active in more than 120 countries worldwide. Read more about our regional work.

Rhinoceros Hornbill in Sumatra, Indonesia © Shutterstock

With your help we will scale up our work to protect the world's most biodiverse sites

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'The War Issue' is out now

hobby shot illegally by hunter malta april 2013 david tipling

Together we can stop illegal killing


Black Rhino © Gerry Zambonini

What should drive conservation action: morals or money?

Tue, 25/10/2016
In The Debate, we explore the two sides of top conservation issues through articles written by leading experts in the field. In today's debate, our experts discuss Moral value vs. Dollar value in nature conservation.
How does pollution affect birds? © Carsten Medom Madsen

What’s the solution to air pollution?

Tue, 25/10/2016
Like the canary in the coal mine, wild birds are always the first to notice.
Scaly Ground-roller © Pete Morris

Conserving Madagascar's forest of hope

Thu, 20/10/2016
Developing the confidence of local communities and a BirdLife Partner to work together to protect the environment has brought encouraging changes for nature and people.
Narrow-billed Tody © Eladio Fernández

Irreplaceable - Sierra de Bahoruco, Dominican Republic

Tue, 18/10/2016
In our 'Irreplaceable' series, we cast a light on the globally-significant bird habitats that are in danger of disappearing forever.
Dove of Peace, 1961

Flight of Fancy - Picasso and the dove called Peace

Fri, 14/10/2016
Flight of Fancy is our new series, examining the history of birds as art.
bengal florican india

The search for India's hidden treasures

Thu, 13/10/2016
Out of sight, out of mind? A new study casts a light on the threats faced by the little known grassland specialists that skulk on the fringes of India's tourist trails
lesser flamingo tanzania

Irreplaceable - Lake Natron, Tanzania

Thu, 13/10/2016
In our 'Irreplaceable' series, we cast a light on the globally-significant bird habitats that are in danger of disappearing forever...

Building a future for the Cook Islands' Mangaia Kingfisher

Wed, 12/10/2016
Unique kingfisher has a brighter future thanks to a new community management programme promoted by BirdLife Cook Island's partner Te Ipukarea Society