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After 130 years, the Mascarene masquerade is over

Tue, 13/06/2017
With the help of infrared binoculars, GPS and a heck of a lot of rappel rope, we've managed to find the Mascarene Petrels' breeding colonies for the first time.
The Seabird Tracking Database has reached 10 million data points © David Grem

Record-breaking 10 million points for seabird conservation

Thu, 08/06/2017
Today we celebrate World Oceans Day as we finally reach a record-breaking 10 million data points in the Seabird Tracking Database.

Dire Straits - is Europe protecting its seabirds?

Wed, 07/06/2017
A new scientific paper, spearheaded by our Head of Conservation, Iván Ramírez, has been published in the peer-reviewed journal ‘Marine Policy’.
 Persian Leopard © Vasiliy Koval

From Kalashnikovs to leopards: conservation in the danger zone

Tue, 06/06/2017
Hana’s family fled to the mountains of Kurdistan to escape a brutal regime. As an adult, she returned to create a safe haven for a threatened leopard. This is her story.

Trump saca a Estados Unidos del Acuerdo de París - La reacción de BirdLife

Mon, 05/06/2017
Donald Trump ha decidido sacar a los Estados Unidos del Acuerdo de París. BirdLife International junto con Audubon (BirdLife en los EE.UU.) quieren emitir su reacción a esta impactante noticia.
Shoebill © David Thomas

Les gardiens du plus grand lac d’Afrique

Mon, 05/06/2017

Les populations locales s’unissent pour protéger les zones humides précieuses du Lac Vi

Safe at last: Spoonie’s winter wonderland becomes Ramsar site

Mon, 05/06/2017

Picture it in your mind’s eye: a wild, untamed stretch of coast, where rapid, powerful

Le Gorille de la Rivière Cross est une espèce rare et iconeuse © WCS

Une lueur d’espoir pour le Gorille de la Rivière Cross en danger dans la Forêt de l’Afrique de l’ouest

Mon, 05/06/2017

Avec environ seulement 300 individus restant dans la nature, les conservateurs ont expr

Griffon vulture rescued from mistreatment in Morocco pictured in the wild © Rachid El Khalmichi

Showing only “doom and gloom” would cripple conservation action

Fri, 02/06/2017
Studies show that people can be overwhelmed by information depicting the magnitude of damage on wildlife and their habitats, causing the perception of an irreversible and helpless situation.