Category Archives: North America

IBAs in Danger – urgent action needed!

An increasing number of Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs) are under threat from damaging development. 95 BirdLife Partnership countries and territories provided data on the pressures at their most threatened IBAs. Continue reading »

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New BirdLife video captures local perspectives

New video “Local Perspectives” captures the characters behind conservation on the ground – dedicated local people all around the world who are conserving the nature that they depend on, and sharing their thoughts with the world… Continue reading »

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Linking sites and people through migratory birds

Six BirdLife Partners in the Americas, together with the global Rio Tinto-BirdLife program and local conservation groups, have successfully completed three years of conservation efforts for migratory birds along the Interior-Pacific flyways. These efforts have built on an existing initiative, … Continue reading

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The Mangrove Alliance: a natural solution to a tangled issue

A new alliance of BirdLife Partners and other organisations aims to conserve, restore and manage mangrove forests sustainably throughout the American tropics. Continue reading »

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Oil Spill Answers from Expert on the Ground

Audubon’s Melanie Driscoll, director of bird conservation for the Louisiana Coastal Initiative, is in Venice to help coordinate bird rescue efforts. Continue reading »

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