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Nature’s clean-up crew are in drastic decline so BirdLife Partners come together to take action. Dr Kabelo Senyatso pledges for BirdLife Botswana. Photo: Obaka Torto

BirdLife Partners commit to saving Africa’s vultures

Thu, 22/10/2015
Nature’s clean-up crew are in drastic decline so BirdLife Partners come together to take action

Alarming decrease of waterbird populations in West Africa

Tue, 06/10/2015
Status of the East Atlantic Flyway 2014 - Alarming decrease of waterbird populations in West Africa: over one million birds missing in Banc d’Arguin and Bijagos Archipelago.

Partners come together to save unique wetland

Thu, 17/09/2015
A new joint project between two BirdLife Partners aims to protect a unique protected area in Western Madagascar.

Unique opportunity for Africa to lead the way with sustainable development by valuing nature

Tue, 15/09/2015
BirdLife is holding the first ever Pan-African Business and Biodiversity Forum (PABBF) in Ghana on the 9-10th October 2015. This is a unique and very exciting opportunity for conservation, business and sustainable development in Africa that brings private, public and civil sectors to the same stage to have their say about the value of nature in African development.

New report shows one-third of South African IBAs are in imminent danger

Sat, 12/09/2015
One-third of the 112 Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs) of South Africa are facing imminent danger of irreversible damage, according to a new report published by BirdLife South Africa.

New species or unnoticed plight?

Fri, 04/09/2015

The beautiful, newly ‘discovered’ bird species, the Tuluver, is a digitally-altered ima

Spring Alive event in Cameroon. Photo: CBCS

Africa, it’s your turn – migratory birds need you!

Thu, 03/09/2015

Make your garden, balcony or school bird-friendly with Spring Alive

Addressing the real issues: a local village perspective

Mon, 31/08/2015
Local Institutions Capacity Building: Two Community Based Organisations (CBOs) and four Lower Local Governments around the mountain gorilla parks in Rwanda and Uganda have benefited from training on project planning and development organised by the International Gorilla Conservation Programme (IGCP) with financial support from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF).
Members of LVSB conducting IBA monitoring ©Victor Olango

Site Support Group Champions Conservation of Dunga Swamp

Mon, 17/08/2015

Lake Victoria Sunset Birders (LVSB) is a Site Support Group (SSG) based in Dunga Swamp