BirdLife is starting a project 'Enhancing the Protection of Birds in the Marine and Coastal Environment' of the Nairobi Convention.
The future of Tana Delta is discussed at an inter-ministerial meeting held at the office of the Prime Minister.
Soda ash project in Lake Natron, Arusha Region, could face further delays to take off owing to lack of required clearance from environmental authorities.
Hope rise that the planting of the biofuel crop jatropha within the Coast region of Kenya is to halt.
Nature Canada has successfully completed its latest project in Paraguay, where it helped nearly 500 women farmers in four rural communities to increase their food security and improve their health.
The first field guide to the birds of Ghana is intended for the people of Ghana rather than overseas visitors.
Nature Seychelles (BirdLife Partner) has received a total of £40,000 to renovate the Cousin Island Field Station.
Concerns raised over road construction plans and effects on Lake Natron and its flamingos.
The BirdLife Partnership have helped the Kenyan Government get the Kenya Lake System added to UNESCO's World Heritage List.
The BirdLife Partnership welcome the news that the proposed asphalt road in the Serengeti National Park, will not now be built.
Tanzanian Government has announced the proposed asphalt road will not be built.
Join in the campaign to save Lake Quaran and Gebel Qatrani in Egypt.
Villagers celebrate project which is raising local incomes and protecting the forests.
Nature Kenya members, the local Maasai community and Olorgesaile Museum staff join in a birdwalk at Olorgesaile Prehistoric Site
BirdLife Botswana have set up a bird monitoring programme
Concerns that hunting pressures are increasing on the Critically Endangered Dwarf Olive Ibis have been confirmed.
The first development in an Egyptian protected area is planned by real estate developers.
A new publication finds a significant mismatch between the protected area network in Africa, and the key habitats occupied by the continent’s most threatened birds.
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