Without this intervention, the Tristan Albatross could soon go extinct © J Cleeland
22 Oct 2018

Ambitious plan to remove "mega-mice" to save millions of seabirds

Giant invasive “mega-mice” on Gough Island are set to be eradicated in one of the most ambitious projects of its kind, which will save two million seabird eggs and chicks a year from being eaten in the nest.
22 Oct 2018

Rewilding – helping nature find its own way

Following the publication of a benchmark new study in one of biology’s most prestigious journals, we take a closer look at the science of ‘rewilding’ – the ecological restoration movement putting hope at the heart of conservation.
The Chattering Lory is being captured from the wild in unsustainable numbers © Panu Ruangjan
17 Oct 2018

The 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference: our pledges

It’s not just elephants and rhinos: BirdLife’s presence at this last week’s conference in London reminded the world of the birds that also need urgent help. Here are the pledges we made to protect the world’s most targeted birds, including parrots, hornbills and vultures.
Migration is becoming more and more hazardous for birds © Amy Johansson
12 Oct 2018

7 things we’re doing to protect migratory birds

This year, we held the first ever global summit for flyways conservation, uniting a panoply of countries and sectors. On World Migratory Bird Day, we’re sharing some of the most important decisions we made in order to ensure the miracle of migration will be there for future generations to enjoy.
05 Oct 2018

Location, location, location: how to reduce bird collisions

The global deployment of renewable energy such as wind power is key to tackling climate change. Yet placed in the wrong locations, wind turbines can harm wildlife such as birds and bats. The solution: strong science and technology that helps guide sustainable development.
Arctic tern © Markus Varesvuo
© Markus Varesvuo
Over 200 representatives from over 100 Partners attended the Global Partnership Meeting
03 Oct 2018

Family reunion: A global partnership meets to discuss the next half-decade

Between September 26th-28th, over 200 members of the BirdLife family flocked to Wallonia, Belgium for the 2018 BirdLife General Partnership Meeting. These landmark meetings are where we gather to elect our Government and review our conservation strategy for the years to come.
28 Sep 2018

People power: citizen scientists fill the information gaps for African

Not all countries have the resources to conduct big scientific surveys. A pioneering new project across three African countries proves that local volunteers are an effective way to monitor the health of birds and the habitats they live in.
25 Sep 2018

In search of the Giant Noctule – Europe’s biggest bat

This summer, experts from APB-Birdlife Belarus set out on their fourth annual fact-finding expedition to the remote marshes of Paliessie in search of a rare bat species, the Giant Noctule.
25 Sep 2018

LIFE EuroSAP brings hope for 16 threatened species

With the conclusion of one of BirdLife’s most ambitious projects to date, ‘LIFE EuroSAP: Coordinated Efforts for International Species Recovery’, we reflect back on a mammoth three-year collaboration to change the fate of 16 threatened bird species.
24 Sep 2018

Vital Argentinan marshlands under threat from dredging, clearing

Valenzuela marsh, which we've identified as an Important Bird & Biodiversity Area (IBA) is being threatened by dredging and forest clearance. We're mobilising support and lobbying for another solution to the floods plaguing the region.

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