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Are we finally almost there? The Gola Forest National Park gazettement in Liberia: an update

Thu, 10/04/2014

The Liberian Government has been undertaking some admirable steps as part of efforts to

New birdwatching guide shows best birding sites in Greece

Thu, 10/04/2014
HOS, BirdLife in Greece, has just released a new guide designed for birdwatchers, photographers and naturalists to provide all information needed to see some of the most important birds of Greece.

Natuurpunt now manages 20,000 hectares of nature

Thu, 10/04/2014

In Belgium; our BirdLife Partner Natuurpunt has crossed the symbolic threshold of 20,00

Conservation Leadership Programme announces 2014 conservation awards

Wed, 09/04/2014
The Conservation Leadership Programme has awarded twenty six grants in 16 different countries worth a total of $450,000.

Sand Martins return to CEMEX quarry homes

Wed, 09/04/2014
As spring arrives Sand Martins are making their way from sub Saharan Africa to the UK in their annual migratory journey. Thanks to efforts beginning last year in the 2013 Sand Martin Awareness campaign, this year they will be returning to CEMEX quarry sites that have been specially prepared for their arrival.

Champions of the Flyway

Mon, 07/04/2014

After an exhilarating 24 hour bird race, the final r

BirdLife Partners join forces against illegal bird killing in the Mediterranean

Mon, 07/04/2014
For migratory birds, illegal killing is an additional threat to their already dangerous and challenging journey. Violations of the EU Birds Directive are particularly widespread, adding to the substantial decrease in migratory bird populations over the past 40 years.

Reviewing Ruyigi Communal Plan for Community Development: an opportunity for ABN and SSGs to...

Fri, 04/04/2014
BirdLife Partner in Burundi is working together with a local Site Support Group in Ruyigi to develop a Community Development Plan to sustainably manage their natural resources, and give the local community a stronger voice in local, regional and national policy.