Asia
Oriental Cuckoo © HIH Princess Takamado
01 Jun 2018

Parasitic Birds and Parasitized Host Birds

“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, June, 2018
Japanese White-eye © HIH Princess Takamado
01 Apr 2018

“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, April, 2018

“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, April, 2018
26 Feb 2018

World first: Rhinoceros Hornbills give artificial nest box seal of approval

In 2017, the Conservation Leadership Programme granted a Future Conservationist Award to Ravinder Kaur and her team to help improve breeding opportunities for Malaysian hornbills. Ravinder describes the team's exciting observations, and their progress in designing the perfect nest box.
12 Feb 2018

Rewarding work of restoring forest in Indonesia

Aventinus Sadip is the founder of a plant nursery and a farmer's group restoring forest around the Mbeliling IBA, Flores, Indonesia
Brambling © HIH Princess Takamado
01 Feb 2018

Camouflage in “Daidai” Color

“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, February, 2018
© Pavel Tomkovich

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Eco-clubs have given locals a new appreciation of the Amur Falcon © Thangam Velusamy / Shutterstock
29 Jan 2018

From slaughter to spectacle - education inspires locals to love Amur Falcon

Five years ago, hundreds of thousands of migrating Amur Falcons were being slaughtered annually in northeast India. Today, they are celebrated.
Rudong mudflats, Jiangsu Province, a crucial site for shorebird species ©  Richard Allen
23 Jan 2018

Great news for shorebirds! China to halt coastal land reclamation

The Chinese government has announced that it will halt all ‘business-related’ land reclamation along its coast. This is a massive boost to the tens of millions of migratory shorebirds along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF) that depend on the intertidal mudflats of China’s east coast.
The Helmeted Hornbill (Critically Endangered) is one of innumerable bird species that will benefit from the Program © Bjorn Olesen
22 Jan 2018

Satellite tracking app empowers communities to protect their own forest

This year we’re launching an innovative new programme using satellite technology and a mobile phone app to help locals monitor their forests. The Asia-Pacific Forest Governance Project, led by BirdLife and funded by the European Union, aims to involve the community in conservation and policy-making
22 Jan 2018

The women of Dumrithumka are leading by example

The 11 women who make up the committee of Dumrithumka Adarsh Mahila Community Forest User Group—2017 Nature's Heroes—have changed their community's attitude towards the forest they all depend on.
09 Jan 2018

Award for vulture restaurant pioneer whose work helps poor farmers

This 2017 Nature's Heroes, nominated by Bird Conservation Nepal, pioneered safe feeding areas which have led to the beginning of a recovery in populations of threatened vultures.

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