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OSPAR Wild - Protecting the Amazon of the Atlantic

Wed, 02/11/2016
Following rigorous and highly innovative scientific analysis, BirdLife has submitted a landmark proposal to OSPAR for a high seas Marine Protected Area (MPA)...

Bioenergy: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

Wed, 02/11/2016
Amid growing speculation that the EU will publish its much-anticipated Renewable Energy Package at the end of this month, Sini Eräjää dispels the myth that....

5.8 million and counting – EuroBirdwatch 2016

Wed, 02/11/2016
40 partner organisations, 1,070 events, 24,115 people and 5.8 million birds – welcome to EuroBirdwatch 2016.
Cauquén colorado © Silvia Vitale

El cauquén colorado de la Patagonia, en situación crítica

Tue, 01/11/2016
Alrededor de 1000 cauquenes colorados con aspectos genéticos únicos se enfrentan a una situación crítica... por cuestiones de terminología.
Eurasian Golden Orioles (Oriolus oriolus) ©RSCN

The largest hunting violation ever recorded in Jordan

Tue, 01/11/2016
The illegal killing and trading of birds is one of the rising issues for conservation

Salt Pan success for BirdLife Malta!

Mon, 31/10/2016
Nathaniel Attard celebrates a historic agreement with the Maltese government which sees BirdLife Malta entrusted with its fourth national land management project...

What does the Bat say??.....SAVE ME

Sun, 30/10/2016
A project lead by NatureFiji-MareqetiViti,has got the support of local people to protect the habitat of threatened bat populations especially to stop the harvesting of the Fiji Mastiff bat and the collecting of bat guano for farming purposes

World’s largest protected marine area to shelter millions of penguins

Fri, 28/10/2016
BirdLife International welcomes the news that the pristine waters of Ross Sea, Antartica, will become the world’s largest protected marine area.
Southern Cassowary © A. Drauglis

13 birds that aren't for the faint of heart

Fri, 28/10/2016
With Halloween around the corner, we take a look at some of the more spook-tacular corners of the wonderfully diverse bird family.