Middle East
28 May 2020

Egyptian government signs landmark agreement to safeguard migratory birds

This April saw a major conservation milestone for migratory birds in Egypt.
In its natural grassland habitat, the species would usually hunt small mammals and birds © RSCN
13 May 2020

6,000 Endangered Steppe Eagles find refuge within refuse dumps

If you wanted to see 6,000 Endangered eagles, a rubbish dump might not be the first place you’d think of looking. But conservationists in Saudi Arabia are working to make these unlikely havens safe for the birds that call them home.
Stacie & Ghiwa working in the field © FON
08 Mar 2020

How women are leading nature conservation in Lebanon

History has always shown us that there is nothing more powerful than a group of women determined to achieve a goal: especially women in conservation, who are harnessing their forces to protect nature and our future.
BirdLife staff & partners meeting in Amman to discuss the implementation of the Migratory Soaring Birds Project.
12 Dec 2019

Partners come together to discuss plans for the Migratory Soaring Birds

Amman- 6 BirdLife Partners from the Middle East & Africa have concluded today a 3-day meeting in Amman for a collaborative discussion on the progress of the Migratory Soaring Birds (MSB) Project, which is funded by
Iris palaestina © Palestine Wildlife Society
11 Dec 2019

New call for small grant projects in Palestine

On behalf of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, BirdLife announces a new Call for Letters of Inquiry for projects focused on plant conservation in Palestine.

Red List appeal: help us continue to identify which birds most need our help

 

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The BirdLife Partnership in the Middle East is a network of nine national NGOs with headquarters in Amman, Jordan. We work to build conservation capacity in the region.  Read more about BirdLife Middle East

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Through conservation work that respects ancient traditions, the empowerment of local people in the Middle East is bringing benefits for nature and communities worldwide. Read more about our regional network.