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Help win €30,000 to protect the Kinangop grasslands in Kenya

Wed, 06/04/2011
NatureKenya (BirdLife Partner) is looking for funds to help save the Kinangop grassland

African IBA monitoring project looks to sustainable future

Sun, 27/03/2011
African countries meet to look at how to meet their Convention of Biological Diversity obligations.

Video report from Nightingale Island on oil spill

Wed, 23/03/2011
Where's Andrew TV arrived on Nightingale Island on March 23, 2011. This is what he saw.

BirdLife South Africa’s Bird Clubs & Branches

Sat, 19/03/2011
This report is part of a project which aims to capture, document and disseminate these experiences and the lessons learned from them. The review is part of a project funded by the Aage V. Jensen Foundation.

Local Conservation Groups in Malawi – Partnerships for conservation and development

Sat, 19/03/2011
This report is part of a project which aims to capture, document and disseminate these experiences and the lessons learned from them. The review is part of a project funded by the Aage V. Jensen Foundation.

Saving Malawi IBAs

Fri, 18/03/2011
In Malawi, the Wildlife and Environmental Society of Malawi (WESM, BirdLife Affiliate) operates through nine branches covering the entire country, supported by a national secretariat in Blantyre.

Bird Clubs South Africa style

Fri, 18/03/2011
BirdLife South Africa (BLSA; BirdLife Partner) has a membership of around 6,700, of whom more than 5,000 are also members of Bird Clubs. The network of more than 40 Bird Club/branches and affiliates provides a great resource, which allows BLSA to achieve much more than it could through its dedicated staff alone.

We want more women in conservation

Thu, 17/03/2011
Arriving on Cousin Island Special Reserve, visitors will not fail to notice the enthusiastic group of female wardens who will welcome them to the island. It might be the driver of the boat, one of the people pushing the boat or the person leading a tour of the island.

A lifeline to prevent Africa's first recorded bird extinction

Fri, 04/03/2011
Liben Lark with a population of possibly fewer than 100 birds, is widely tipped to become mainland Africa’s first recorded bird extinction, unless urgent action is taken to prevent its demise from the only area it now inhabits: a single grassy plain in southern Ethiopia.