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- Shy Albatross (Thalassarche cauta): uplist from Near Threatened to Vulnerable?
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- The Caged Bird Sings April 28, 2017As Angelo Caserta, Director of BirdLife Europe & Central Asia, examines the role of environmental organisations in civil society, he reflects pensively on why ‘the caged bird sings’. Birds are born to be free, and since I was a child it has always been painful for me to see caged birds. I could not understand […]
- The Bird Bulletin - Vol. 5, The Penguin Edition April 28, 2017Welcome to a very special ‘Penguin’ edition of ‘The Bird Bulletin’ our new weekly news brief. Every Friday morning, we bring you bite-size bird news from across Europe & Central Asia - now you can start every weekend with 'what a little birdie told me'. HAPPY FEET – World Penguin Day! On Tuesday, we […]
- Closing Space: An environmental funder’s reaction April 27, 2017Florence Miller is the director of The Environmental Funders Network (EFN), an informal network of trusts, foundations and individuals making grants on environmental and conservation issues. In a guest article written for ‘The Caged Bird Sings’ – a special ‘Civil Society’ issue of our monthly newsletter – Miller examines how the closing space for civil […]
- The Caged Bird Sings April 28, 2017
Tag Archives: Military Macaw
Military Macaw Ara militaris is listed as Vulnerable under criteria A2c,d; A3c,d; A4c,d on the basis that a population decline equivalent to 30-49% over 10 years is suspected in the past and projected in the future, owing to habitat loss and harvesting for the pet trade (Snyder et al. 2000). Recently it has been noted that the species appears to be rarely traded in Bolivia, where good numbers are protected in five national parks (B. Hennessey in litt.). This raises the question of whether the population is still in rapid decline.