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A campaign to save African Vultures in the wake...

Fri, 16/08/2013
I want African Vultures ALIVE – not DEAD
Birdfair beefs up conservation for grassland migrants in the Americas

Birdfair beefs up conservation for grassland...

Fri, 16/08/2013
The largest event for nature on the planet is taking place this weekend and is raising money BirdLife's Flyway Programme

Results of survey on promoting evidence-based...

Tue, 13/08/2013

A questionnaire survey, on how to best promote evidence-based bird conservation,

Turkish Northern Bald Ibis fly south

Tue, 13/08/2013
Six Northern Bald Ibis that were released in Turkey as part of a trial re-introduction have begun their migration south
A call for BirdLife Poets

A call for BirdLife Poets

Thu, 08/08/2013
Following the outstanding success of its first competition in 2012, The Rialto Magazine have teamed up again with the RSPB (BirdLife in the UK), to launch a second Nature Poetry Competition, and are seeking entries from across the BirdLife Partnership.

Bats in the Balkans – there is biodiversity...

Wed, 07/08/2013
Two projects aimed at conserving bats and underground biodiversity in the Neretva River Catchment Area have been kick-started with a workshop in Citluk, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Nature Seychelles launches Cousin Island website

Nature Seychelles launches Cousin Island website

Fri, 02/08/2013

If you want to see Seychelles nature at its finest, then one of the top places to visit

Forest & Bird celebrates Minister’s Fiordland tunnel decision

Forest & Bird celebrates Minister’s Fiordland...

Thu, 01/08/2013
Forest & Bird applauds the Conservation Minister’s decision today to reject the controversial proposal to build an 11km tunnel in dual World Heritage Site Te Wahipounamu in Fiordland and Mt Aspiring national parks.