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Capacity Development - Americas
Forests of Hope - Americas
Grasslands - Pastizales del Cono...
High Andean wetlands
Important Bird and Biodiversity...
Local Engagement and Empowerment...
Marine - Americas
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Preventing Extinctions - Americas
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Europe and Central Asia
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The tiny transmitters tracking birds from North to South America
Our knowledge of the movements of migratory birds across the Americas will be radically increased with the expansion of a high-tech bird tracking initiative.
‘Worst ever’ forest fires ravage Chile’s wildlife
Wild animals are fleeing the forests towards inhabited areas in search of food and shelter as forest fires batter central and southern Chile.
Bird-Friendly Beef – Tales from the Southern Cone
Nicolas Marchand takes us to the grasslands of South America where gauchos work with BirdLife to rear ‘bird-friendly beef’.
Incendios forestales en Chile y su afectación a la fauna silvestre
CODEFF (BirdLife Chile) necesita tu ayuda para cuidar de los animales afectados por los incendios que afectan el país.
Irreplaceable: Mar Chiquita Lake, Argentina
In our 'Irreplaceable' series, we cast a light on the globally-significant bird habitats that are in danger of disappearing forever...
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?
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