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

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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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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.

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News

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Vultures need you

Fri, 24/03/2017
African & Eurasian Vultures are in severe trouble—most species perilously close to extinction. We're calling for contributions to a new 12-year Action Plan to save them.
Cradle Mountain, Australia © Rod Kashubin

Discover Australia's most vital places for nature

Fri, 24/03/2017
Collectively known as 'Key Biodiversity Areas', these are the most important places left for life on Earth.

From Rome with Love

Fri, 24/03/2017
Read the editorial of March's edition of the BirdLife Europe & Central Asia newsletter here!

The Bird Bulletin

Fri, 24/03/2017
Every Friday morning, we’ll bring you bite-sized updates from all across Europe & Central Asia – now you can kick start every weekend with ‘what a little bird told me’!
Seabirds such as the Wandering Albatross will benefit from the new measures © vladsilver/Shutterstock

Argentina approves measures to save seabirds

Thu, 23/03/2017
The use of measures to prevent seabird bycatch deaths has just been approved by the Argentinean government—a decision that will save the lives of thousands of seabirds.
An estimated 50-250 Blue-throated Macaws are left in the world © Myles Lamont

Discovery of a new breeding site for the Critically Endangered Blue-throated Macaw

Thu, 23/03/2017
The groundbreaking discovery is a major step towards understanding the life cycle of the macaw and most importantly, to ensure the species' full protection.
Collared lemur from Tsitongambarika, Madagascar, are set to benefit © nickgarbutt.com

From Rutland to the world

Tue, 21/03/2017
A record-breaking donation has been presented by Birdfair to BirdLife for protecting threatened sites in Africa and supporting tomorrow's conservation heroes

Discovery! New plant species in Romania

Tue, 21/03/2017
Introducing Ferula mikraskythiana (Apiaceae), a whole new species of flowering plant recently discovered in Romania.