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CEPF investment in West Africa shines spotlight on Liberia forests
Civil society organisations active in the field of natural resource management in Liberia now have a chance to save forests.
New hope for critically endangered Tanzanian tailorbird
The Long-billed Forest-warbler, endemic to Tanzania, is now thriving in its natural habitat.
Kipeto Wind Energy Project could wipe out critically endangered birds
BirdLife International, Nature Kenya, Kenya Bird of Prey Trust and The Peregrine Fund have collectively expressed concern over a proposal to develop the Kipeto Wind Energy Project.
Disentangling the cause of seabird deaths in South Africa
Despite huge success in reducing the incidental catch of seabirds in fishing nets, there’s been reports that an old type of vessel used in South Africa is still posing serious threats to seabirds.
Saving Lake Oursi with phones and Facebook
Volunteer conservationists in rural Burkina Faso are turning to social media in order to save their local wetland.
Discovering the remarkable nature of São Tomé and Príncipe
There are undoubtedly discoveries to be made in these biodiverse islands, with the invertebrate and marine biodiversity of the archipelago particularly understudied.
Sao Tome and Principe
Ghana Wildlife Society wins Action of the Year Award
Ghana Wildlife Society (GWS) has been announced the winner of the 2016 Action of the Year contest, for its submission - "A walk with Swallows".
Children taught to identify and count birds in Senegal
BirdLife International experts and other conservation stakeholders in Senegal have given kids the opportunity to develop a lasting interest in bird science.
Helping farmers create a safe haven for vultures in Zambia
In a bid to secure a safe haven for vultures, BirdWatch Zambia has educated farm owners, managers and workers within the Chisamba IBA to protect natural habitats from man-made threats.
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