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All three of Cambodia's vulture species are Critically Endangered © Bou Vorsak / BirdLife Cambodia

Cambodia bans veterinary drug Diclofenac to save vultures

Tue, 30/07/2019
Fantastic news for Asia's Critically Endangered vultures! Following tireless advocacy from NGOs including BirdLife, the Cambodian government has banned the veterinary use of Diclofenac: a drug used as a painkiller for cattle, but deadly to vultures.
© Fode Sembene Camara

How is new 'solar salt' technology saving Guinean mangroves?

Fri, 26/07/2019
In Dubréka, Guinea, salt production used to involve cutting down mangroves to burn as fuelwood. Now, a new project is using solar technology to extract salt in a safer, more sustainable way that is already allowing mangroves to regrow.

New Eyes and Ears for the Forest

Tue, 23/07/2019

The Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) in Malaysia just de

Photo Essay: Audubon's 2019 photography awards

Thu, 18/07/2019
Audubon has announced the winners of it's 2019 Photography competition. See the stunning photos.

More than 10 years conserving natural grasslands

Tue, 16/07/2019

In the southern cone of South America lies a beautiful and unique stretch of lowlands,

Más de 10 años conservando los pastizales naturales

Tue, 16/07/2019

La región del Cono Sur de Sudamérica alberga un área de pa

Rock iguanas mostly eat plants, fruit and flowers © Sarah Havery

Welcome to Iguana island: the land where reptiles rule

Tue, 16/07/2019
The Turks & Caicos Islands harbour two remaining strongholds for an endemic, Critically Endangered rock iguana, under threat from invasive mammals and development. Now a partnership of NGOs is working hard to ensure the ‘Iguana Island’ remains worthy of its name.
© Jean Beaufort

Forest conservation project converts bee-burners to beekeepers on Príncipe Island

Fri, 12/07/2019
On the small island of Príncipe in the Gulf of Guinea, a community beekeeping project is empowering communities to obtain honey in a way that doesn't risk their lives. This initiative is already restoring forests and enriching livelihoods.
The delta is home to 40,000 Snow Geese © Bird Studies Canada

Canada delta in danger from trading port expansion

Wed, 10/07/2019
Fraser River Delta is one of British Columbia’s most vital habitats for migratory shorebirds, and the site of a major discovery about how shorebirds feed. Two BirdLife Partners, Bird Studies Canada and Nature Canada, are joining forces with BC Nature to halt plans for a huge trading port on-site.