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Plate-billed Mountain Toucan (Near Threatened), native to Colombia and Ecuador © Martin Mecnarowski/Shutterstock

Welcome to the Americas Newsletter

Thu, 20/04/2017
Every month we will feature trials, triumphs, and stories of promise from the world of nature conservation.
El colibrí de garganta rubí © Steve Byland

Plantemos especies autóctonas para ayudar a las aves

Thu, 20/04/2017
A finales del año pasado, Audubon (BirdLife en EE.UU.) lanzó el programa Plants for Birds (Plantas para las aves), que anima a los estadounidenses a plantar especies autóctonas en beneficio de las aves.
Kayaking Balkan rivers to protest against the Balkan dam boom © Balkan Rivers Tour

Protecting the pristine: Europe's last truly "wild" waterways

Thu, 20/04/2017
Cameras, kayaks, test tubes, tree saplings, and lawyers: this is how civil society is coming together to save the blue gem of the Balkans
Hear the King Penguin's trumpeting call up-close-and-personal in new virtual reality film © BirdLife/Visualise

Walk with penguins in ground-breaking virtual reality video

Wed, 19/04/2017
For the first time, you can instantly transport yourself to a sub-antarctic island and immerse in the lives of penguins—thanks to a new 3D 360-degree film launched today
Manchots royaux © O. Prince/princeimages.co.uk

Pour l'amour des manchots

Tue, 18/04/2017
Les manchots sont parmi les oiseaux les plus charmants et les plus facilement reconnaissables du monde, mais une panoplie de menaces les pousse vers l’extinction.
Slender-Billed Curlew, Morocco, 1995 © Chris Gomersall

Chasing ghosts: how technology is helping track the bird that mysteriously disappeared

Tue, 18/04/2017
A groundbreaking new technique, which studies tiny atoms left in feathers, is telling us where we should look for the vanishingly rare Slender-billed Curlew.
Vanneau huppé © Andy Hay

Les oiseaux des champs : une population en voie de disparition en Europe

Tue, 18/04/2017
Iván Ramírez nous explique comment l'agriculture intensive a contribué à faire des oiseaux des champs l'une des populations d'oiseaux les plus menacées en Europe.
El pingüino de las Galápagos es el único que vive al norte del ecuador © Shutterstock

Contra viento y marea: salvando al pingüino de las Galápagos

Fri, 14/04/2017
Las cálidas aguas que tanto nos gustan a los humanos son también un paraíso para el pingüino de las Galápagos. Pero, ¿por qué está tan amenazado este pequeño pingüino?
Un kea, ave endémica de la zona alpina de la Isla Sur en Nueva Zelanda © Dave Buckton

En búsqueda del único loro alpino (y carnívoro) del mundo

Fri, 14/04/2017
Hay que ser muy sigiloso para ver a un kea en su hábitat natural. Kimberley Collins nos cuenta su aventura de cuando salió en búsqueda del único loro alpino del mundo.