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BirdLife will continue to work through the Western & Central Pacific Fisheries Commission towards seabird protection to 25°S, something that has already been achieved in the Indian and Atlantic Oceans

Hard work not over yet for seabird protection in the Pacific

Wed, 13/01/2016
Breakthrough for saving seabirds from longline fishing mortality in the north Pacific, but there’s a catch

Big on big things?

Wed, 13/01/2016
In 2015, we set criteria to test the EU’s commitment to sustainable development and addressing the environmental crisis. How did the Commission perform?

Shifting into higher gear against illegal bird killing

Mon, 11/01/2016
How BirdLife is using a 'race' (among other things) to stop the illicit slaughter of millions of birds in the Mediterranean.

What's next for EU biodiversity?

Mon, 11/01/2016
Juncker’s long “to-do-list” to save Europe’s nature.

From conservation research to on-the-ground species protection

Mon, 11/01/2016
How our 'European Red List of Birds' has become a project (LIFE Euro SAP) to protect 16 threatened species.

From reducing bycatch to protection beyond borders: our 2016 marine objectives

Mon, 11/01/2016
More protected areas and management plans are needed to save seabirds.
Ghana has lost 90-99% of its Grey Parrot population in just two decades ©Reto Kuster

Ghana’s Grey Parrot population may soon cease to exist

Mon, 11/01/2016
In the last two decades Ghana has lost 90-99% of its Grey Parrot population. The population decline has been caused by four main factors: trade, overall forest reduction, silvicultural practices and farmland timber harvesting. The findings are published by a team of researchers from Ghana, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK) and BirdLife International.
Egyptian Vulture © Sergey Dereliev

Bird Conservation International

Sun, 10/01/2016
Bird Conservation International is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal focusing on the major conservation issues affecting birds and their habitats.