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Shipment of illegally killed birds discovered in Slovenia

Mon, 12/11/2018
Our Slovenian partner DOPPS reports on the alarming discovery of a huge shipment of illegally killed birds discovered in Slovenia en route to Italy last month. Significant numbers of Red-thorated pipit, White wagtail and Meadow pipit were found amongst a haul of over a thousand individuals birds.

Intensive farming is shepherding the collapse of the living world

Fri, 09/11/2018
Ariel Brunner, Senior Head of Policy at BirdLife Europe, explains why the fierce debate on cuts to the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) budget is just a smokescreen for a broken farming system shepherding the collapse of the living world.

Leandro Tamini, líder del Albatross Task Force, ganó el Premio Marsh

Wed, 07/11/2018
Entrevistamos a Leandro Tamini, líder del Albaross Task Force en Argentina, quien ganó el Premio Marsh de Liderazgo en la Conservación Marina, un reconocimiento entregado a las personas u organizaciones que logran un gran impacto en la conservación.

Want to save seabirds? Follow them.

Tue, 06/11/2018
A new study used tracking data from 52 seabirds over 20 years to help scientists understand how to best protect them.
Mount Afadjato is the highest mountain in Ghana

How to make a conservation project last: a constant learning curve

Mon, 05/11/2018
In 1998, the Ghana Wildlife Society set up a community forest reserve at Mount Afadjato to halt deforestation and promote sustainable livelihoods. They share their successes and lessons learned over the years in their bid to involve the community in a lasting solution.
All photos © Albatross Task Force

Albatross Task Force leader wins major award with seabird-saving invention

Thu, 01/11/2018
We interview the leader of the Albatross Task Force in Argentina, Leandro Tamini, who has won the Marsh Award for Marine Conservation Leadership, which recognises people or organisations having a profound impact on marine conservation.

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.
The Chinese Egret relies on the mangroves and mudflats as a refuelling site on migration © JJ Harrison

Great news for Singapore shorebirds: new protected area announced

Mon, 29/10/2018
This month, wetlands containing one of Singapore’s last remaining mangroves have secured protection after years of concerted advocacy. This move will benefit globally threatened birds such as the Chinese Egret and Straw-headed Bulbul.
There are thought to be fewer than 250 Liben Larks left © Nikk Borrow

Can the Critically Endangered Liben Lark be saved? Our latest update

Fri, 26/10/2018
Community nature reserves are not only improving habitats for rare grassland birds, but also proving a vital lifeline for cattle farmers, literally saving lives during drought. But how has the Liben Lark responded to this initiative?