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IUCN Red List raises more red flags for threatened species

Thu, 12/06/2014
The IUCN Red List, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, now includes 73,686 assessed species, of which 22,103 are threatened with extinction.

Friends of Association Djibouti Nature unite to ensure long-term sustainability of the organisation

Wed, 11/06/2014
Association Djibouti Nature, our Partner in the north-east African country of Djibouti, shows that size doesn’t matter when it comes to effectively working for nature and people.

Support saves forgotten Monarch

Wed, 11/06/2014
The fire ants and devastating rains hit as the funding dried up, but thanks to your huge support Critically Endangered Tahiti Monarch is having its best ever breeding season.

World Migratory Bird day celebrations in Kasese District, Uganda

Tue, 10/06/2014

On 10th May 2014 a group of conservation organizations gathered at the Katwe Eco-touris

Rules work: national legislation benefits Eastern Europe’s birds

Mon, 09/06/2014

New scientific evidence confirms that legal protection of bird species does work.

SAVE Brasil recognised for over a decade of work to save Atlantic forest

Fri, 06/06/2014

The Atlantic forest of South America could merit an award for many reasons.

Industry must act now to safeguard biodiversity threatened by limestone quarrying, NGOs say

Thu, 05/06/2014
Limestone is needed for industry; limestone habitats are essential for the survival of vulnerable and irreplaceable species. A new paper targets the extraction industry to give these species a conservation boost.

Community Resource Planning in Lutembe and Mabamba Bays, Uganda

Tue, 03/06/2014

Two local conservation groups in Uganda; one in Lutembe bay (Lutembe bay Wetland Users