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Critically endangered Mascarene Petrel discovered at sea and unique image captured of bird with its...

Thu, 04/09/2014
An expedition to find the Critically Endangered Mascarene Petrel at sea have photographed a female bird where the egg is an obvious protrusion in the contour of her underbody.

EU biomass policy: from denial to action

Wed, 03/09/2014

As the streets and corridors of Brussels were slowing down and luggage for holidays was

World Migratory Bird Day 2014: Stakeholders Pledge to Protect Lake Natron

Tue, 02/09/2014
The Government of Tanzania has pledged to accord a higher protection status to the Lesser Flamingo breeding grounds of Lake Natron.

A message from Martha

Mon, 01/09/2014

On September 1st 1914, when a Passenger Pigeon named Martha died in Cincinnati Zoo, Ohi

Birds in Europe & children in Africa prepare for migration season with Spring Alive

Mon, 01/09/2014

In Europe, millions of migratory birds are stirring.

BirdLife and Lynx publish first ever illustrated world bird checklist

Fri, 22/08/2014

Lynx Edicíons and BirdLife International have published the first ever

Welcome to Taita Hills, Kenya – a guide is now available!

Wed, 20/08/2014

A guide to Taita Hills’ unique natural history has just been released.

Fast, affordable stoves destined to save Malawian forests from pressure

Tue, 19/08/2014
As we approach one of the villages in rural Malawi, a few kilometres from the Nchitsi Forest Reserve boundary, we are met by a group of villagers in song and dance. They quickly lead us to the kitchen and one of them and proudly show us a changu mbaula - Chichewa for ‘fast stove’, also known as ‘rocket’ stove for its quick cooking abilities.