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 Philippine Eagle, known by locals as Haring Bon © Nigel Voaden

Former drug users turn conservationists to save the Philippine Eagle

Wed, 12/04/2017
Former drug users, indigenous people & conservationists form an unlikely team for the noblest of causes: restore the forest where the Haring Bon lives.
Projects led by young conservationists are making a difference to birds around the world. Photo: Slaty Egret © Birdwatch Zambia

7 projects led by young conservationists that are changing the avian world

Tue, 11/04/2017
Today winners have been announced for CLP and Birdfair project awards, all initiatives led by young conservationists. Discover their inspiring work in this roundup.
Galapagos Penguin © Shutterstock

The penguin that paddles in paradise

Tue, 11/04/2017
No huddles please for the Galapagos Penguin; this tropical birdcalls the warm waters of the equator its home. But life in paradise is anything but a walk in the sun...
Surveying fiscal benefits pilot sites © Candice Stevens

South Africa gets first biodiversity tax incentive

Tue, 11/04/2017
BirdLife South Africa’s Fiscal Benefits Project is proud to announce that the very first biodiversity tax incentive has been placed in a landowner’s tax return.
African Penguins © Shutterstock

Saving Africa's only native penguin species

Mon, 10/04/2017
Africa’s only native penguin species is inching towards extinction due to local food shortages. Conservationists are now trying to reconnect penguin and prey
 Los pingüinos son el segundo grupo más amenazado de aves marinas después de los albatros. En la imagen, pingüinos rey © O. Prince/princeimages.co.uk

Ayúdanos a salvar a los pingüinos

Fri, 07/04/2017
Los pingüinos son de las aves más encantadoras y reconocibles del mundo. Por desgracia se están viendo afectados por un número creciente de amenazas.
 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.

The Bird Bulletin - Vol. 3

Fri, 07/04/2017
Kick start your weekend with ‘what a little bird told me!’
Penguins are the second most threatened group of seabirds after albatrosses. In the photo, King Penguins © O. Prince/princeimages.co.uk

Protect a penguin today

Fri, 07/04/2017
Penguins are among the world’s most charming and recognisable birds but from south pole to equator a web of threats is seeing them slide ever-closer towards extinction.