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Egg collector is sent to jail with the collaboration of BirdLife's Bulgaria and UK partners

Mon, 17/11/2014
When Jan Frederick Ross first moved from his native England to Bulgaria in 2004 escaping justice, he believed that continuing his illicit activities in the Balkan country would not cause him any problems. He kept collecting eggs illegally, disregarding the seriousness of the crime and the fact that sooner or later it could be uncovered.

BirdLife International uses new platform to tell conservation stories

Mon, 17/11/2014

BirdLife International has started using a new media

Hundreds of important sites for nature threatened with destruction

Fri, 14/11/2014

More than 350 of the planet’s most important sites for nature are threatened with being

First full migration census in southern Turkey of Egyptian Vulture and other raptors

Fri, 14/11/2014
Turkey is one of the few countries in the world that has a large breeding population of Egyptian Vultures, estimated at 1,000 – 3,000 pairs. Doğa Derneği, BirdLife Partner in the country, is aware of its responsibility in the protection of the species and has initiated research to assess its conservation status in Turkey.

Is the EU today’s biggest threat to Southern US forests?

Thu, 13/11/2014

On the occasion of the National Day of Action, thousands of people across the US are co

Green or greenwashed? President Juncker put to the test

Wed, 12/11/2014

The environmental mobilisation has reached the corridors of power.

Hopes are raised as global agreements aim to make world a safer place for migratory birds

Mon, 10/11/2014
Two new global agreements have been reached that will help save migratory bird species across the world.

Namibia takes positive steps to save 30,000 seabirds a year

Fri, 07/11/2014
Following a meeting with the BirdLife’s Albatross Task Force, The Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources in Namibia has introduced new fishery regulations which should practically eliminate seabird mortality from one of the most destructive fisheries!

Renewable energy and migratory birds

Thu, 06/11/2014
Without proper planning, energy developments, including wind turbines and power lines, can be a major threat to migratory birds.