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How the EU "Fitness Check" can become a game changer

Wed, 25/11/2015
On behalf of BirdLife Europe and NABU (BirdLife in Germany) we would like to invite you to our workshop on Tuesday 1st December 2015.

Balkan Lynx added to the IUCN list as Critically Endangered

Tue, 24/11/2015
Their global population has fallen to double digits. Here's what's being done.

Collaboration to enhance management of transboundary ecosystems launched

Tue, 24/11/2015
BirdLife International and the East African Community have joined forces to promote the protection of the environment, conservation of key transboundary ecosystems, and sustainable utilization of natural resources in the Eastern Africa region.

CEPF’s ‘rapid response fund’ in the Eastern Afromontane Hotspot – a first success

Fri, 20/11/2015
A first grant under the 'rapid response fund' has been provided to Conservation Lake Tanganyika (CLT), a local NGO in Zambia. CLT’s project aimed to enhance the participation of local people in the management of two KBAs (also an Important Bird Area) in Zambia: Sumbu National Park and Tondwa Game Management Area.
One of a few hundred adult Northern Bald Ibis; but soon to be more. Photo: Imad Cherkaoui

Record breeding success for Critically Endangered Northern Bald Ibis

Fri, 20/11/2015
Traditional symbol of fertility now coming back from brink with year-on-year population increase in Morocco thanks to work of BirdLife Partners and Moroccan Government.

Nature Summit: hundreds gather in Brussels to decide on future of laws

Fri, 20/11/2015
Hundreds gathering in Brussels for event calling on European Commission to protect key nature laws.

Birds are the neglected victims of global warming, says new RSPB report

Thu, 19/11/2015
Research shows how birds in the UK are struggling (and often failing) to adapt to climate change.

The Messengers: Preview our upcoming climate change report

Thu, 19/11/2015
A preview of the report by Birdlife International and Audubon on the threats and solutions for nature and people.

'We cherish, nurture and protect life... because this is our nature'

Thu, 19/11/2015
Patricia Zurita (CEO of BirdLife International) and David Yarnold (president and CEO of the National Audubon Society/BirdLife in the US) present 'The Messengers', BirdLife International's climate change report.