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BirdLife Partners - Asia
What we do
Capacity Development - Asia
Climate Change - Asia
Forests of Hope - Asia
Important Bird and Biodiversity...
Local Engagement and Empowerment...
Migratory Birds and Flyways - Asia
Preventing Extinctions - Asia
Seabirds and Marine - Asia
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Europe and Central Asia
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Adictos a las águilas: dejando las drogas por la conservación
Ex-drogadictos, indígenas y conservacionistas forman un extraordinario equipo unidos por una noble causa: restaurar el bosque donde vive el águila monera.
Former drug users turn conservationists to save the Philippine Eagle
Former drug users, indigenous people & conservationists form an unlikely team for the noblest of causes: restore the forest where the Haring Bon lives.
One quarter of Bangladesh is safe from recently exposed vulture-killing drug
After successfully banning two drugs poisonous to vultures, Bangladesh is leading the way in Asian vulture conservation, and moving towards banning a third
Rearing Chicks in Northern Europe
“Through the Lens”, Fujingahou Magazine, April 2017
The Batman of Vietnam
CLP interviews Vu Dinh Thong, a man who fell in love with bat conservation 16 years ago and is now one of Vietnam's leading bat experts.
Urban Tree Sparrows: throng in Hong Kong
For people in built-up areas, this bird represents their only interaction with wildlife. A census reveals the Tree Sparrow’s love for air vents, pipes and wall cracks
Hong Kong (China)
Can we bring vultures back to Thailand?
Thailand no longer has any resident vultures - food shortages and hunting led to their extinction years ago. But an ambitious reintroduction project could change that...
Japan is home to one third of all seabirds - so we mapped its waters
For the first time, Japan's most vital breeding, nesting and feeding seabird sites have been identified - the first step towards awarding them protected status.
Protected zones offer refuge for Cambodia’s endangered ibises
A newly-approved plan to zone Lomphat Wildlife Sanctuary aims to protect its most vital habitats and species from threats including logging, encroachment and hunting.
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