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Spring Green

Tue, 01/04/2014
'Through the Lens', Fujingaho magazine, April 2014

Plight of Spring messengers should be taken more seriously

Tue, 01/04/2014
Bird experts are at a loss to explain the remarkable sighting of a White Stork trailing a banner announcing the coming of Spring.
Black Skimmer is one of the ten species most at risk from this latest oil spill (photomatt28; flickr.com)

Galveston Bay oil spill imperils thousands of birds

Wed, 26/03/2014

Texas City, in the United States was the site of a massive oil spill on Saturday, an in

HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco is BirdLife Species Champion for Northern Bald Ibis (Jean-Paul Tilly; worldsrarestbirds.com)

Ibis gets royal visit

Fri, 21/03/2014
HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco recently visited Souss Massa National Park, Morocco, home to the largest remaining wild population of Northern Bald Ibis.

Flyways race is raising vital funds for migrant birds

Fri, 14/03/2014

Fourteen teams of adrenalin charged birders will step boldly into the Israeli night at

Coffee and conservation project launches in Puerto Rico

Thu, 13/03/2014
A new project in Puerto Rico is providing local people with training in sustainable agriculture, shade-grown coffee, water conservation and bird monitoring and reporting.

Local Communities oppose renewed Natron soda ash exploration

Wed, 12/03/2014

Over 18,000 residents of Engaruka area of

Commercial development threatens Ulcinj Salinas in Montenegro

Mon, 10/03/2014
For the past two years CZIP (Birdlife in Montenegro) has been fighting a battle against the conversion of Ulcinj Salinas into a tourist-development complex. The Ulcinj Salinas are an irreplaceable habitat for birds on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea, and one of the most important habitats on the Adriatic flyway. They are home to over 250 species of birds and recognized as an Important Bird Area (IBA) and as an Emerald Site of the Bern Convention.