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Five neat tricks to keep your cat from attacking birds

Wed, 17/05/2017
Nature Canada’s Cats & Birds campaign shows you how to wean your pet moggy off outdoor living - a lifestyle change that will save the lives of both birds and cats.

The guardians of Africa's largest lake

Tue, 16/05/2017
Locals are rallying together to protect Lake Victoria's valuable wetlands and its inhabitants from traffickers and other dangers.
Commissioner Phil Hogan and the Living Land coalition

Well over 250,000 citizens and 600 organisations demand a better food and farming system

Mon, 15/05/2017
Civil society sends a strong message to the European Commission: the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy is in dire need of a fundamental rethink.
The Cross River Gorilla is a rare and iconic species photo © WCS

Ray of hope for endangered Cross River Gorilla in West Africa Forest

Mon, 15/05/2017
Collaborative conservation efforts required to preserve biodiversity and save threatened species like the Cross River gorilla, one of Africa's most endangered apes.
Hooded Grebes are threatened by the construction of two dams © Juan María Raggio

Stop killing the river: New documentary on the plight of the Hooded Grebe

Fri, 12/05/2017
A new documentary, Killing the River, reveals how the planned construction of two hydroelectric dams is threatening the ecosystem of Argentina’s last glacial river.

The Bird Bulletin - Vol. 7

Fri, 12/05/2017
This week's edition of 'The Bird Bulletin' featuring record-breaking Ruffs, love-struck White storks and a recipe for nature-friendly food and farming for Europe!
Traditional clam-sifting with an industrial backdrop in Seocheon, South Korea © Seocheon County

This Korean recipe could save Piper

Thu, 11/05/2017
On an island renowned for its seafood and shorebirds, life depends on the mud's bounty. Can culinary and birdwatching tourism save Yubudo from industrial development?
Women conservationists involved in CEPF funded projects © Anthony Ochieng

Female conservationists agree to bridge gender gap in conservation

Wed, 10/05/2017
Women in conservation involved in CEPF funded projects in the Eastern Afromontane Hotspot meet in Rwanda.

Migration: A long-distance love story

Tue, 09/05/2017
For 15 years, a lovestruck stork has faithfully returned from South Africa to his disabled amore in Croatia - but the trip is dangerous and one year he may not return.