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The Middle East: sorting fact from fiction

Mon, 29/10/2018
Many misconceptions have crept into international media representations of the Middle East, making this region one of the most misunderstood in the world. Here we bust six myths with examples from our conservation work in the region.

Conservationists gather in Middle East to protect migratory birds

Mon, 14/05/2018
The first ever global summit for migratory birds brought together key players from all over the world in Abu Dhabi, UAE this April. In addition to global strategies, great progress was made in tackling threats to birds in the Middle East. Here are the main outcomes.
By © Vladimirs Suscinskis/shutterstock

Ground-breaking Arabic app brings birdwatching to a new generation

Thu, 26/04/2018

While bird lovers in the Middle East have been enjoying th

 Persian Leopard © Vasiliy Koval

From Kalashnikovs to leopards: conservation in the danger zone

Tue, 06/06/2017
Hana’s family fled to the mountains of Kurdistan to escape a brutal regime. As an adult, she returned to create a safe haven for a threatened leopard. This is her story.
 Un pêcheur rame à travers les marais de l'Irak © Nature Iraq

Le miracle des marécages iraquiens

Fri, 07/04/2017
Azzam Alwash est un héros qui a laissé derrière lui le luxe d’une vie aux USA, pour revenir dans son pays natal, l’Iraq. Avec pour mission : redonner à ces mythiques zones humides, leurs lettres de noblesse.
Un pescador remando por las marismas de Irak © Nature Iraq

Conservación en tiempos de guerra

Tue, 04/04/2017
Entrevistamos a Azzam Alwash, el hombre que dejó una vida de lujos en los EE.UU. para regresar a su Irak natal y restaurar los humedales del país a su antiguo esplendor.
A fisherman in the central marshlands of Iraq © Nature Iraq

The miracle of the Iraqi marshlands

Tue, 28/03/2017
Meet Azzam Alwash, the man who left a life of luxuries behind in the US to return to his native Iraq to restore his country’s historically significant wetlands.
Lesser Kestrel © Subramanya C K

Lesser Kestrel shot for preservation

Thu, 19/01/2017
In Palestine, nature-lovers are flocking to the desert to snap the Lesser Kestrel. Their pics will preserve the species for future generations – in more ways than one.
Bearded Vulture © Francesco Veronesi

Saving the vultures of Saudi Arabia

Wed, 21/12/2016
An overview of the vulture species that nest in Saudi Arabia, the threats they are facing and what BirdLife is doing to help them.