News Americas

Chestnut Capped Piha Lipaugus weberi. Photo: Andy and Gill Swash

Actualización de la Lista Roja 2015 – los cambios para las Américas

Thu, 29/10/2015
Tras esta actualización de la Lista Roja de 2015, en la región se encuentran un total de 583 especies en categorías de amenaza a nivel mundial (En Peligro Crítico, En Peligro y Vulnerables), lo que representa algo más del 42% de todas las especies amenazadas del mundo.
Mangrove forest, Mexico

Pronatura's mangrove restoration gets helping hand from Ricoh

Fri, 02/10/2015
Over the next three years, Pronatura aims to restore 15 hectares of mangrove and provide economic benefits to local communities using this important habitat.

Cooking Up Conservation Success: Audubon’s Stewardship Network

Thu, 24/09/2015

National Audubon Society (BirdLife in USA) released a new Conservation Stewardship Manu

Sierra de Bahoruco National Park has suffered from deforestation from illegal farming (Eladio Fernandez)

Tentative first steps for forest restoration in the Caribbean

Tue, 15/09/2015
The rapid deforestation of a Dominican Republic National Park is finally receiving the attention it deserves from the country’s authorities and civil society, thanks to a project which is addressing the root causes of its destruction.

Protecting The Bahamas’ Future

Fri, 04/09/2015

In a remarkable demonstration of commitment to the environment,  the Bahama's Minister

Paraguayan forest finally gets protection

Fri, 10/07/2015
Guyra Paraguay has donated 500 ha of land within the San Rafael National Park to the Paraguayan Government.

Protection for key nature sites in the Bahamas

Fri, 12/06/2015
Five new National Parks totally 8,500 hectares have been established on San Salvador island in the Bahamas

US Federal Government Agency to look at tackling bird deaths at oil pits, gas flares, and power lines

Fri, 22/05/2015
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service intends to address millions of grisly and unnecessary bird deaths by strengthening implementation of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.

Phenomenal mystery of migration solved in North America

Tue, 07/04/2015
BirdLife Partner, Bird Studies Canada is part of the team that discovered the amazing migration of Blackpoll Warbler