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Dr. Shiiwua Manu receives first ever Marsh Award for International Ornithology

Mon, 03/11/2014
The new Marsh Award for International Ornithology was presented for the first time this year to Dr Shiiwua Manu, head of the A. P. Leventis Ornithological Research Institute (APLORI) in Jos, Nigeria.

Firsts for flamingos in Tunisia

Fri, 31/10/2014
This year, for the first time, a small colony of about one hundred flamingos nested successfully in the Korba Lagoon, northern Tunisia. Les Amis des Oiseaux (AAO, BirdLife in Tunisia) quickly mobilized its members and partners to help ring the young flamingos, making this also the first time flamingos have been ringed in Tunisia.

High hopes for meeting on migratory species

Fri, 31/10/2014
BirdLife Partners are taking part in the Eleventh Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS COP11) which is taking place in Quito, Ecuador, from 4 to 9 November 2014.

Why the EU will fail to deliver on ecosystem restoration

Thu, 30/10/2014

In response to the rapid and dramatic disappearence of plants and animals, in 2010 the

Nature in the crosshair

Thu, 30/10/2014

The Birds and Habitats Directives are the bedrock of nature conservation in the

Ulcinj Salina in Montenegro – from potential disaster to sustainable tourism

Wed, 29/10/2014
When watching this video it is hard to believe that Ulcinj Salina was set to be drained and converted into a complex of hotels and golf courses.

New measures to tackle bird trafficking in Greece stop an illegal trader

Mon, 27/10/2014
At the crossroads between Eastern and Western Europe, Greece has seen a lot of illegal wildlife trade, normally for falconry but also for private collections. Despite the efforts of environmental NGOs, this trade is growing and conservationists are constantly seeking new ways to tackle the issue and involve the authorities.