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BirdLife Finland succeeds in court battle over endangered species

Tue, 15/04/2014
Long-tailed duck is classified worldwide as Vulnerable. In southern Finland, a license for spring hunting of the species was authorized in year 2011, further threatening the survival of the population. BirdLife Finland and its local member organisation are working to save the species and lodged a complaint to the Supreme Administrative Court of Finland. The complaint proved successful as the Court found the license for spring hunting illegal.

Legality of spring hunting under fire in Malta and Brussels

Tue, 15/04/2014

In Malta, the illegal killing of birds is particularly widespread and with each hunting

Seeds and crop rotation! A sustainable reality for the Manda Wilderness Agricultural Project - Part...

Tue, 15/04/2014
One of the first CEPF-funded small grants in the Eastern Afromontane Hotspot is delivering results already - read all about the Manda Wilderness Agricultural Project in Mozambique! (part 1 of 3)

BirdLife Partner NABU engages in Africa against ivory poaching

Fri, 11/04/2014
NABU, BirdLife Partner in Germany, is warning of an increase in poaching in African national parks where poachers are killing around 100 elephants a day.

Italy put in hot spot as Commission calls to end live bird decoy use in hunting

Fri, 11/04/2014
Hunting practices in Italy have been put under fire recently by the European Commission due to the common hunting method involving the capture of wild birds to use as live decoys.

Ria de Alvor: Pioneer decision in Portugal stands up for nature

Fri, 11/04/2014
A landmark decision has taken place in courts in Portugal as the Central Administrative Court South upheld the conviction of the owners of Quinta da Rocha requiring them to restore habitats that were destroyed because of their development in the Ria de Alvor.

Tinhosas Islands – desert island, seabird paradise

Fri, 11/04/2014

São Tomé e Príncipe is a small tropical country know

Are we finally almost there? The Gola Forest National Park gazettement in Liberia: an update

Thu, 10/04/2014

The Liberian Government has been undertaking some admirable steps as part of efforts to