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In the editorial of our latest monthly newsletter, BirdLife Europe & Central Asia calls on nature lovers from the Atlantic to the Adriatic to protect the migratory bird paradise of Ulcinj Salina, Montenegro.
BirdLife International est le récipiendaire du Prix de distinction du Leadership en gestion de l’environnement et gouvernance environnementale en Afrique. Le prix a été décerné par le NEPAD, un cadre stratégique de développement économique de l’Union africaine à BirdLife le Mercredi 19 septembre 2018, à Nairobi au Kenya.
BirdLife International is the first recipient of the exceptional leadership award in environmental management and governance in Africa. The award was given by NEPAD, an economic development programme of the African Union to BirdLife on Wednesday, 19 September 2018 in Nairobi, Kenya.
With the conclusion of one of BirdLife’s most ambitious projects to date, ‘LIFE EuroSAP: Coordinated Efforts for International Species Recovery’, we reflect back on a mammoth three-year collaboration to change the fate of 16 threatened bird species.
Valenzuela marsh, which we've identified as an Important Bird & Biodiversity Area (IBA) is being threatened by dredging and forest clearance. We're mobilising support and lobbying for another solution to the floods plaguing the region.
At first glance, this latest review of the continent’s birds presents a pessimistic reflection of this expansion. But it’s not all doom and gloom. The report also shows us the significant headway that Partners across Africa have made in combatting these threats.
From 4-7 October, birds and birders alike will flock to Sagres in southern Portugal for its internationally renowned Festival of Birdwatching & Nature Activities. This year, the Bonelli’s Eagle promises to be the star of the show.