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First Blue-eyed Ground-dove chick recorded

Fri, 10/05/2019
In great news for the Critically Endangered species, a chick has been seen close to fledging.

“Current assault on nature is threatening human survival - transformative change is needed”

Mon, 06/05/2019
Unprecedented intergovernmental scientific report joins public outcry for urgent action on the biodiversity crisis, saying business as usual is no longer an option.
Biodiversity describes the myriad connections between all living things © Symonenko Viktoriia / Shutterstock

The B word: communicating biodiversity to a world that doesn’t care enough

Thu, 02/05/2019
Biodiversity. It’s the magnificent infrastructure that supports all life on earth, including ours. But we’re losing it fast. With the biodiversity crisis quite possibly surpassing climate change as the greatest threat to humanity, we explore why many do not seem to realise the urgency, and reveal why next year is the crucial time for a plan ‘B’.
Brown-eared Bulbul © HIH Princess Takamado

Names of Birds

Wed, 01/05/2019
”Through the Lens”, Fujingaho Magazine, May 2019

The beginning of the end?

Tue, 30/04/2019
BirdLife speaks to renowned American author Jonathan Franzen about economics, ethics and the end of the earth.
Spot the difference: the Steppe Whimbrel is identified by its white underwings © Callan Cohen & Gary Allport

Migration route of secretive Steppe Whimbrel discovered

Mon, 29/04/2019
The Steppe Whimbrel is the rarest and least understood member of the highly threatened Numeniini tribe (curlews and godwits). But considering they were believed to be extinct 25 years ago, it’s unsurprising that we know so little about them. A newly published report is beginning to fill in the gaps in our knowledge.

Diplomats visit a key biodiversity site

Fri, 26/04/2019

The great Niaye of Pikine, commonly known as the Technopol

Forest Governance in Southeast Asia and Pacific: Year Two Review Completed

Wed, 24/04/2019
From March 25-29, members of the Forest Governance project met in Malaysia to discuss the project status, identify challenges, and ensure successful delivery of the project. Here's what they discussed and decided.