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State of the world's birds case studies

Response: What can be done to improve the status of birds

Key publications

Heath, M. F., Evans, M. I., Hoccom, D. G., Payne, A. J. and Peet, N. B. (eds) (2000) Important Bird Areas in Europe: priority sites for conservation, Volume 1 Northern Europe. Cambridge, UK: BirdLife International.


  • Kozulin, A. V., Vergeichik, L., Nikiforov, M., Ivanovski, V., Birjucov, V., Dombrovski, V., Grichik, V., Maximencov, M., Byshniov, I., Sidorovich, V., Cherkas, N., Mongin, E., Pinchuk, P., Karlinova, N. and Zuyonov, S. (2008) Important Bird Areas of Belarus. Minsk: APB-BirdLife.
  • Kozulin, A. V., Dombrovski, A. Ch., Ivanovski, V. V., Maximenkov, M. V., Nikiforov, M. E., Skuratovich, A. N., Birjukov, V. P., Grichik, V. V., Dmitrerok, M. G., Byshirov, M. G., Sidorovich, V. E., Cherkas, N. D., Mongoin, E. A., Pinchuk, P. V., Zhuravliov, D. V. and Abramchuck, A. V. (2005) Скарбы Прыроад Ñ‹ Беларусı [Treasures of Belarusian nature. Areas of international significance for the conservation of biological diversity]. Minsk. [In Belarusian and English]

Recommended Citation:
BirdLife International (2016) Country profile: Belarus. Available from: Checked: 2016-10-24

Belarus at a glance





BirdLife Partner

Akhova Ptushak Belarusi


Total number of birds 263
Globally threatened birds 9
Country endemics 0

Important Bird Areas

Number of IBAs 51
Total IBA area 1,523,784 ha

Endemic Bird Areas

Number of EBAs 0