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Capacity Development - Americas
Forests of Hope - Americas
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The Montserrat Oriole is no longer Critically Endangered
With two thirds of its forest habitat destroyed, Montserrat Oriole populations declined after a series of volcanic eruptions. Here's how RSPB turned things around.
A new hope for the Blue-throated Macaw
A successful programme geared towards promoting the use of artificial feathers in ceremonial headdresses gives renewed hope for the survival of the Blue-throated Macaw.
Tracking jaguars in Paraguay’s hot, dry Chaco Plains
400 camera traps are being set up across the Chaco Plains of South America, to reveal the damage deforestation is having on the mammals who stalk this untamed region.
Cryptic by name, cryptic by nature
The Cryptic Treehunter is so elusive, researchers are not even sure it still exists anymore. What other species are we losing before they can even be discovered?
Reinvesting in Caribbean nature conservation
New study will identify Key Biodiversity Areas in the Caribbean - an opportunity for grassroots organizations to get much needed support and scale up their efforts.
Protecting the penguins of Patagonia
A group of Argentinean researchers have been surveying and assessing colonies of a Near Threatened penguin species - with encouraging results.
Planting native species to help birds
In the fall of 2016 Audubon (BirdLife US) launched the Plants for Birds programme, which encourages and empowers people in the US to support birds by planting native species.
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Adding fuel to a fire
Death By A Thousand Cuts takes us to the heart of Hispaniola, a Caribbean island split between those who protect the forest, and those who cut it down to survive.
New study reveals alarming decline of Patagonian geese
In the early 20th century, tens of thousands of Ruddy-headed Geese crowded the deserts of Patagonia. Today, they have become a rare sight. Worryingly, a new study reveals reintroduction might not be possible.
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