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Once super-abundant, the Yellow-breasted Bunting is now listed as Endangered  © Sergey Yeliseev
17 Oct 2017

Is the Yellow-breasted Bunting the next Passenger Pigeon?

Wide-scale, unchecked hunting has, in the space of just three decades, driven frightening declines in two widespread bunting species, on both sides of the Eurasian landmass. Armed with our scientific findings, the BirdLife Partnership is now working to help buntings recover.
Mute Swan © HIH Princess Takamado
01 Oct 2017

Dancing Birds

“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, October 2017
31 Aug 2017

After the crash: how can we rebuild South Asia's vulture population?

Conservationists from India and Nepal have come together to plan a transboundary, sustainable answer to the question: how can you improve the outlook of a bird family that has already suffered a population crash of 99%?
Eurasian Bittern (male) © HIH Princess Takamado
01 Aug 2017

‘Good or Bad’: Reed Bed

“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, August 2017
16 Jun 2017

Can we bring back the pheasant that was wiped out by the war in Vietnam?

The Edwards’s Pheasant has been wiped out in the wild by the war that once ravaged Vietnam But a prospering caged community brings hope that it could once again return
© Pavel Tomkovich

Will you help us secure a future for the next generation of Spoon-billed Sandpipers?

05 Jun 2017

Safe at last: Spoonie’s winter wonderland becomes Ramsar site

Picture it in your mind’s eye: a wild, untamed stretch of coast, where rapid, powerful waves lash at the endless mud flats, constantly resculpting and refreshing the shoreline.
Oriental Cuckoo & Brown-eared Bulbul © HIH Princess Takamado
01 Jun 2017

Threats and Attacks of Birds

“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, June 2017
30 May 2017

Feathers in Flames: the species being snuffed out by forest fires

A provocative new art exhibition, provided thanks to Saatchi, shows the true cost of the man-made forest flames ravaging Indonesia.
Traditional clam-sifting with an industrial backdrop in Seocheon, South Korea © Seocheon County
11 May 2017

This Korean recipe could save Piper

On an island renowned for its seafood and shorebirds, life depends on the mud's bounty. Can culinary and birdwatching tourism save Yubudo from industrial development?
 Philippine Eagle, known by locals as Haring Bon © Nigel Voaden
12 Apr 2017

Former drug users turn conservationists to save the Philippine Eagle

Former drug users, indigenous people & conservationists form an unlikely team for the noblest of causes: restore the forest where the Haring Bon lives.
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The BirdLife Partnership in Asia is made up of independent civil society conservation organisations managing complex innovative conservation programmes.  Read more about BirdLife Asia

What we do

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The BirdLife Asia Programme is co-ordinated from BirdLife Asia Regional Office in Singapore. In addition, there are BirdLife International offices in Tokyo (Japan), Phnom Penh (Cambodia) and Hanoi (Vietnam). Read more about our programmes.

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The BirdLife Asia Partnership has led the way in creating and supporting the management of networks of Protected Areas in the region. Read more about our work.