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Battle against expected rat explosion funded by New Zealand Goverment but core conservation funding...

Mon, 30/05/2016
The Department of Conservation in New Zealand (DOC) has been allocated an extra $20.7 million to help fight back against an expected pest population boom caused by a heavy forest seeding, or mast. While this is good news, at the same time the Department has had its core funding cut.
Saker Falcon © Irene Mel, Flickr

New book release from Libya brings joy to ornithologists

Sun, 29/05/2016
Bird conservation and identification in Libya has reached a new milestone with the release of a new guide titled ‘Birds of Libya’.

One more in a cage; no more in the wild

Fri, 27/05/2016
A new study shows that, without action, soon the only places to see and hear Indonesian bird species will be in cages. There are 13 bird species found in Sundaic Indonesia which are at serious risk of extinction. Holding the status of Indonesia’s national bird would render Javan Hawk-eagle immune to over-harvesting? No, even this species is rapidly disappearing.
Byblos Harbour © Philip Hayward

Lebanon declares protected area in the World Heritage Site of Byblos

Fri, 27/05/2016
The World Heritage Site of Byblos is now officially the 17th Hima in Lebanon. The announcement took place in the municipality of Byblos with the presence of SPNL team and the municipality vice-president Ayoub Bark.
Malagarasi River ©Anthony Ochieng

New partnership to safeguard Malagarasi River System

Fri, 27/05/2016
The Malagarasi River faces many urgent threats, mainly from development activities such as salt mining, hydropower dam constructions, and pressure from agriculture activities. How do you ensure that the local communities benefit without damaging the river’s biodiversity?
Super dog Whiskey on patrol against rats

Whisky protects lorikeets in French Polynesia

Fri, 27/05/2016
Biodiversity dogs on Rimatara and Ua Haka Islands in French Polynesia are the key weapon to keep rats and other invasive predators from the home of 3 of the most beautiful and rare lorikeets in the world; Since they have been on patrol they have located three cunning rat invaders and a rat skin planted by the equally cunning Caroline Blanvillian of SOP Manu.

BirdLife Partner joins the protest against purse seine fishing in Cook Islands waters

Thu, 26/05/2016
In the seas around the Cook Islands, purse seine fishing, especially that associated with Fish Aggregation Devices (FADs), threatens fishing stocks and the health of the marine ecology. BirdLife partner , Te Ipukarea Society joins the protests calling for the ban of these devices by the Cook Island's Government
Yellow Cardinal, Fran Alverja

Bird friendly beef in Porto Alegre’s market

Wed, 25/05/2016
SAVE Brasil has managed to bring bird-friendly beef with the seal of the Grasslands Alliance into Brazilian markets. But why is grass-fed beef such good news for birds?

BirdLife Partners win big at the 2016 Natura 2000 Awards

Tue, 24/05/2016
Three of the six awardees at the event on 23 May come from our network. Read more about their projects here.