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Les scenarios pessimistes ne font qu’entraver les efforts de conservation

Fri, 02/06/2017

Aujourd'hui, certains grands titres des nouvelles relatives à la conservation sont domi

Griffon vulture rescued from mistreatment in Morocco pictured in the wild © Rachid El Khalmichi

Showing only “doom and gloom” would cripple conservation action

Fri, 02/06/2017
Studies show that people can be overwhelmed by information depicting the magnitude of damage on wildlife and their habitats, causing the perception of an irreversible and helpless situation.

The Bird Bulletin - Vol.10

Fri, 02/06/2017
Today's issue of 'The Bird Bulletin' features a double dose of Bearded vulture love and deciphers the mysteries of how birds communicate with each other.

Trump pulls US out of Paris Agreement - BirdLife's reaction

Thu, 01/06/2017
Donald Trump has pulled the United States out of the Paris Agreement. Read BirdLife International's statement on this shocking news.
Oriental Cuckoo & Brown-eared Bulbul © HIH Princess Takamado

Threats and Attacks of Birds

Thu, 01/06/2017
“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, June 2017
Red Natura 2000 © SEO/BirdLife

Green Jobs: not man the less, but Nature more

Wed, 31/05/2017
During EU Green Week, Christopher Sands examines the meaning of the term ‘Green Jobs’, arguing that its essence is ‘not man the less, but Nature more’.

Feathers in Flames: the species being snuffed out by forest fires

Tue, 30/05/2017
A provocative new art exhibition, provided thanks to Saatchi, shows the true cost of the man-made forest flames ravaging Indonesia.
Paolo Paron showing members of the local community live drone images of the Mara Wetland, Tanzania © Joseph Ouko

Monitoring biodiversity using drone technology

Fri, 26/05/2017
The use of flying 'drones' to monitor changes in biodiversity and ecosystems is becoming more common.

The Bird Bulletin, Vol.9

Fri, 26/05/2017
Read today’s Bird Bulletin, featuring a Short-toed Eagle chick, a nightingale podcast and raptors over the celestial mountains of Western Tien-Shan.