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In Harm's Way? Least Terns in Mississippi Await Fate – Video

Tue, 04/05/2010
Video by Audubon about Least Tern nesting sites in Mississippi which are at risk from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

Wetland Birds Are Sitting Ducks As Oil Slick Approaches Fragile Coast - Video

Mon, 03/05/2010
The exploded British Petroleum oil well pumping daily an estimated 210,000 gallons of crude into the Gulf of Mexico is still hemorrhaging today as wildlife officials, politicians, and oil industry executives are clambering to triage and treat the crisis.

Important Bird Areas at Risk from the Gulf Oil Spill

Sat, 01/05/2010
Many Important Bird Areas designated by Audubon (BirdLife Partner in the US) and its partners for their essential habitat value to bird species lie within potentially affected areas. Read the full list here.

Birds at risk from the Gulf Oil Spill

Thu, 29/04/2010
See a list of bird species most at risk from the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Are birds the next victims of Gulf oil spill?

Thu, 29/04/2010
Audubon (BirdLife Partner in the US) experts across the Gulf Coast are monitoring the spread of thousands of litres of oil that threaten to turn the recent drilling platform explosion into a growing environmental disaster.

Rockhopper penguin boost

Thu, 15/04/2010
Argentina has created a new marine protected area to protect Vulnerable Southern Rockhopper Penguin.

Saving waterbirds in Barbados

Tue, 30/03/2010
Fifteen to thirty thousand shorebirds are shot each year in a handful of managed shooting swamps on Barbados on their southbound migration. However, the tradition of hunting migratory shorebirds is changing. The old culture of 'kill as many as you can' is being replaced by a conservation ethic among hunters.

Guyra Paraguay advises Government on ecotourism

Tue, 30/03/2010
Guyra Paraguay (BirdLife Partner) and the National Secretary of Tourism (SENATUR) in Parag

New site for owlet

Tue, 23/02/2010
Endangered Long-whiskered Owlet has been filmed and photographed at a new site in Neotropical Primate Conservation’s main research area, La Esperanza, Peru. First found in 1976, the species had not been seen since 2007.