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Cross-border cooperation with CEPF for Lake Skadar and its pelicans

Tue, 01/07/2014
Lake Skadar forms the international border between Albania and Montenegro, but is also a biodiversity-rich Balkan wetland harbouring the Dalmatian Pelican. CEPF is supporting 10 organisations to sustainably manage the lake for its pelicans, for conservation, and for the local people that live on its shores.

Gerrit and Khady: a Black-tailed Godwit romance

Mon, 30/06/2014
Khady and Gerrit are passionate about Black-tailed Godwits (Limosa limosa), a ‘Near Threatened’ migratory shorebird. Khady studies them while they winter in Senegal and Gerrit is the godwit conservation specialist of Vogelbescherming Nederland (VBN, BirdLife in the Netherlands). Khady Gueye is a one of the awardees of the Young Graduates Research Project (YGRP) award, a conservation project grant under the Conservation of Migratory Birds (CMB) project, funded jointly by MAVA Foundation and Vogelbescherming Nederland (VBN).

Dog Island, Anguilla, declared rat-free

Mon, 30/06/2014
After an intensive eradication programme and 2 years of careful monitoring, Dog Island in Anguilla has been officially declared rat-free and native wildlife is already showing signs of recovery.

A shared vision for the conservation of the East Atlantic Flyway developed at the BirdLife Best...

Wed, 25/06/2014

The BirdLife Africa Secretariat in collaboration with the BirdLife Partners in Europe,

Addressing climate change: why biodiversity matters

Thu, 19/06/2014
A new policy report looks at the relationships between climate change adaptation and mitigation with biodiversity conservation.

Scientists confirm worst fears: new EU Policy on Agriculture is bad for nature

Thu, 19/06/2014

“The EU failed to stand to the promises of greening the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP

IUCN Red List raises more red flags for threatened species

Thu, 12/06/2014
The IUCN Red List, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, now includes 73,686 assessed species, of which 22,103 are threatened with extinction.

Friends of Association Djibouti Nature unite to ensure long-term sustainability of the organisation

Wed, 11/06/2014
Association Djibouti Nature, our Partner in the north-east African country of Djibouti, shows that size doesn’t matter when it comes to effectively working for nature and people.