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One tenth of bird species flying under the conservation radar

Thu, 24/07/2014
More than 350 newly recognised bird species have been assessed by BirdLife International for the first time, with more than 25% being classed as threatened with extinction

Tanzanian Conservationists propose ways of securing the Eastern Arc Mountain forests

Wed, 23/07/2014
The Eastern Arc Mountain forests of Tanzania consist of a complex of ranges and peaks that are among the oldest in Africa. Two Critically Endangered bird species, the Uluguru Bush-shrike and the Long-billed Tailorbird are found in these forests.

Great step forward for seabirds in Spain

Tue, 22/07/2014
Spain has officially established 39 new marine protection areas. The new sites are ‘Special Protection Areas for Birds’ (SPAs), designated under the European Birds Directive. The SPAs will offer protection to seabirds whilst they are at sea, complementing the existing network of sites on land.

Saving seabirds, empowering women: the Albatross Task Force gains momentum

Fri, 18/07/2014
In Namibia, a huge positive shift in momentum for seabird conservation - which also means great news for local Namibian women - all due to the Albatross Task Force.

New maps change the conservation landscape

Mon, 14/07/2014
Maps not only give BirdLife the bird’s eye overview it needs to plan action for nature, but they allow us to lobby and influence businesses and governments across the world. BirdLife celebrates a decade-long partnership with ESRI, the leading GIS software provider, by attending the ESRI User Conference and looking at the crucial value of mapping for our conservation work.

Serbian Saker decreasing despite intense efforts

Thu, 10/07/2014

Pigeon breeders, farmers, poachers and strong winds: the many threats to the ra

Migratory bird ecology awarded € 2.5 million research boost through Theunis Piersma

Fri, 04/07/2014
Professor Theunis Piersma has been awarded The Spinoza Prize for work on migratory bird ecology, find out what this means and watch his video.

Ringed Marsh Harrier from Netherlands triggers awareness of migratory birds in Mabang, Sierra Leone

Thu, 03/07/2014

On 7th February 2014, a farmer called Sullay Kanu who lives in Komrabai mabe