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

Thu, 03/12/2015 - 08:00

We're blogging from inside the COP21 summit in Paris - follow our updates here.

Worldwide Climate Change

Bar-tailed Godwits and other shorebirds helped by new sanctaury

Shorebirds gain new sanctuary in South Australia

Wed, 02/12/2015 - 21:14

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

Pacific Australia Migratory Birds and Flyways - Asia

Conservation hero award for helping to save wetland

Wed, 02/12/2015 - 19:43

The Disney Conservation Fund announced its 2015 "Disney Conservation Heroes" - people whose efforts help to save wildlife, protect habitats, and educate communities. Rosabel Miro, Executive Director of Panama Audubon Society (BirdLife in Panama) is one of this year's heroes.

Americas Panama Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs)

Prek Toal -  South-East Asia’s largest waterbird colony (Image: Sun Visal)

Extraordinary waterbird colony – Prek Toal - recognised as Ramsar Site

Wed, 02/12/2015 - 13:34

South-East Asia’s largest waterbird colony, the 21,342 hectares Prek Toal (Ramsar Site no.

Asia Cambodia Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBA) - Asia

Oil prospects in Uganda’s Murchison Falls National Park are branded by species, including rii, the word for giraffe in the Luo language; © Megan Seman​

CEPF Celebrates Its 2,000th Grantee: NatureUganda

Wed, 02/12/2015 - 08:54

NatureUganda's Programme Manager Michael Opige talks about the goal of sustainably managing oil and gas exploration in Uganda's Albertine Graben, also known as the Albertine Rift Region

Africa Uganda

Re-COP - Day 3 in France at the UN Climate Summit in Paris

Wed, 02/12/2015 - 08:01

We're blogging from inside the COP21 summit in Paris - follow our updates here.

Worldwide Climate Change

Re-COP - Day 2 at the UN Climate Summit in Paris

Tue, 01/12/2015 - 07:40

We're blogging from inside the COP21 summit in Paris - follow our updates here.

Worldwide Climate Change

Explore the biological & cultural diversity of the Mediterranean Basin, and all the conservation projects happening to protect it with this new story map. © BirdLife International

The Mediterranean Basin Story

Mon, 30/11/2015 - 13:03

Explore the biological & cultural diversity of the Mediterranean Basin, and all the conservation projects happening to protect it with this new story map.

Worldwide

Re-COP - Day 1 at the Paris COP21 summit on climate change

Mon, 30/11/2015 - 08:43

We're blogging from inside the COP21 summit in Paris - follow our updates here.

Worldwide Climate Change

Particpants at a forum at the end of a five year conservation project in the Pacific

Pacific Partnership Protects Nature for People and Wildlife

Sun, 29/11/2015 - 21:32

A five year project undertaken by BirdLife together with the European Union to protect some of the most important sites for birds and other native wildlife throughout the Pacific is coming to an end. Working with national BirdLife Partners in the Cook Islands, Fiji, French Polynesia, New Caledonia and Palau, invasive alien species have been permanently removed from 10 islands and safeguarded 10 species of globally threatened wildlife such as the Polynesian Storm Petrel, Tahiti Petrel, Micronesian Megapode and the Polynesian Ground Dove. A feature of the project was the involvement of local landowners and communities who have benefited from the work to remove the invasive species.

Pacific Cook Islands Invasive Alien Species - Pacific

Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoos threatened by urban sprawl

Carnaby's Black-Cockatoo threatened by urban sprawl

Sun, 29/11/2015 - 20:31

Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo is one of the popular and iconic birds of Western Australia. But the spread of Perth and habitat loss means they are in trouble. Updated research from BirdLife Australia shows that flocks are getting smaller as the population of these large, white-tailed, black-cockatoos declines each year. Over 600 volunteers taking part in the Great Cocky Count have confirmed the trend in numbers dropping each year. A causality of urban sprawl, If the current trend continues, the Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo population of the Perth-Peel Coastal Plain will continue to decline at a rate of roughly 15 per cent each year.

Pacific Australia Preventing Extinctions - Pacific

A rat attacks a keruru egg

Rat plague crisis about to hit New Zealand says BirdLife Partner Forest & Bird

Sun, 29/11/2015 - 20:01

BirdLife New Zealand partner, Forest & Bird is predicting a pest plague next winter and spring given the significant level of beech flowering occurring now. This will lead to an abundance of seed the next autumn which in turn leads to an eruption of rat and stoat predator populations. When seed supplies run out these predators turn on endangered birds such as mōhua, kākā, kea, whio and kiwi. Forest & Bird is seeking an urgent commitment by the New Zealand Government to commit to emergency funding for substantial pest control

Pacific New Zealand Invasive Alien Species - Pacific