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Looking for the next Conservation Leaders

Mon, 09/09/2013
The Call for Applications for 2014 Conservation Leadership Programme Awards is open!

Africa welcomes feathered globetrotters!

Fri, 06/09/2013
This year, the residents of as many as eleven African countries will watch the sky in Botswana, Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria, RSA, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and Zimbabwe and, for the first time, in Kenya, Zambia and Rwanda.

Sound ecosystem management key to adaptation

Fri, 06/09/2013
Harnessing ecosystem-based approaches for food security and adaptation to climate change in Africa.

Rare sighting of marked Spoon-billed Sandpiper on...

Fri, 06/09/2013
A rare sighting of a marked spoon-billed sandpiper on migration was reported last weekend from Rudong mudflats north of Shanghai.
International gathering on saving drying lakes

International gathering on saving drying lakes

Wed, 04/09/2013
Academics, NGO representatives and public officials from ten countries in the Middle East, Balkans and Africa are attending the International Gathering on Saving Drying Lakes in Burdur, Turkey, organised by Doğa Derneği (BirdLife in Turkey), next 17-18 September.
The Priolo brand – tourism contributes to bird conservation

The Priolo brand – tourism contributes to bird...

Wed, 04/09/2013
19 companies have so far joined the Lands of Priolo brand in Portugal, which is a seal of quality for tourism entrepreneurs and companies operating in the Special Protected Area of Pico da Vara, where the only population of the Azores Bullfinch – one of Europe’s rarest birds - lives.
First snow leopard caught on NABU camera in Kyrgyzstan

First snow leopard caught on NABU camera in...

Tue, 03/09/2013
A stately snow leopard has been caught on one of the 18 cameras recently set up by NABU (BirdLife in Germany) in the Tian Shan mountains, in Kyrgyzstan, one of the species’ last refuges. Nobody knows exactly how many of these endangered cats still live in the wilderness, but experts estimate that there are about 4,080 to 6,590 snow leopards that roam across an enormous area of 2 million square kilometres in Central Asia.
Art and creativity to support nature conservation in Bulgaria

Art and creativity to support nature conservation...

Tue, 03/09/2013
The Egyptian Vulture is the leading character of the new graffiti drawn on a wall of a school in Haskovo, Bulgaria. The idea of making this mural painting came from the BSPB (BirdLife Bulgaria), aiming to use contemporary art and creativity to better catch public attention over the LIFE+ project “The Return of the Neophron”.
Wetlands for wintering waterbirds threatened in Azerbaijan

Wetlands for wintering waterbirds threatened in...

Tue, 03/09/2013
Two of the most important wetlands in Azerbaijan, Lake Hajigabul and Red Lake, identified by BirdLife as Important Bird Areas (IBAs), are in danger due to bad water management, as reported by the Azerbaijan Ornithological Society (AOS – BirdLife in Azerbaijan).