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Reed Cormorant (Microcarbo africanus) Photo: HIH Princess Takamado

The Eyes of the Cormorant

Mon, 07/12/2015
‘Through the Lens’, Fujingaho Magazine, December 2015

Romanian conservationists and hunters unite to save a threatened bird

Mon, 07/12/2015
The Red-breasted Goose is getting help from an unexpected quarter.

Re-COP - Day 8 from Paris at the UN Climate Summit

Mon, 07/12/2015
We're blogging from inside the COP21 summit in Paris - follow our updates here.

Re-COP - Weekend Edition

Sat, 05/12/2015
We're blogging from inside the COP21 summit in Paris - follow our updates here.

Re-COP - Day 5 at the United Nations Climate Summit in Paris, France

Fri, 04/12/2015
We're blogging from inside the COP21 summit in Paris - follow our updates here.

World failing to protect its migratory birds

Thu, 03/12/2015
A new study published in Science has called for a greater international collaborative effort to save the world’s migratory birds, many of which are at risk of extinction due to loss of habitat along their flight paths.

More than a quarter of UK birds now of 'highest conservation concern'

Thu, 03/12/2015
The Curlew, Nightingale and Puffin join the growing list of threatened birds, while the Bittern and Nightjar get a reprieve in the new 'Birds of Conservation Concern' report.

Re-COP - Day 4 in Paris at the UN summit on climate change

Thu, 03/12/2015
We're blogging from inside the COP21 summit in Paris - follow our updates here.
Bar-tailed Godwits and other shorebirds helped by new sanctaury

Shorebirds gain new sanctuary in South Australia

Wed, 02/12/2015
A key South Australian shorebird habitat, the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary, is to be proclaimed a national park and the South Australian Government will also seek for it to be acknowledged as a site of significance in the East Asian–Australasian Flyway. Migratory shorebirds are in trouble across the world and the creation of this new sanctuary and the recognition of its importance is a role model for other Australian State Governments