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Common Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus). Photo: HIH Princess Takamado

Common Kestrels - the changing relationship of co-existence with humans

Thu, 01/10/2015
'Through the Lens', Fujingaho magazine, October 2015

Major breakthrough in fight to save Asian vultures from extinction

Fri, 28/08/2015
A major step for the future of vultures in Asia has been announced by the Indian Ministry of Health. A ban of multi-dose vials of human formulations of diclofenac, which is responsible for the death of tens of millions of Asia’s vultures, has come into force with immediate effect.
There are many benefits to the community of sustainably-managed forests. Photo: David Thomas / BirdLife

Insights into how nature and people benefit from community forestry in Nepal

Mon, 24/08/2015

Nepal is blessed with a rich diversity of wildlife – a consequence of the varied landsc

New hope for recovery of Critically Endangered seabird thanks to successful restoration project and team's dedication. Photos: Simba Chan

Brave efforts pay off in doubly-successful project to restore colonies of Chinese Crested Tern

Thu, 13/08/2015
Breeding success of one of world's rarest birds broke records thanks to team's successful restoration project and dedicated monitoring of colony including during super-typhoon...
Brown Dipper (Cinclus pallasii). Photo: HIH Princess Takamado

Ninja on the Stream

Sat, 01/08/2015
'Through the Lens', Fujingaho magazine, August 2015
© Huang Qiusheng

Yellow-breasted Bunting declined by 90%

Mon, 08/06/2015
One of Eurasia’s most abundant bird species has declined by 90% and retracted its range by 5000 km since 1980 a new study shows.
Little Grebe (Tachybaptus ruficollis). Photo: HIH Princess Takamado

Rearing Babies Piggyback

Mon, 01/06/2015
'Through the Lens', Fujingaho Magazine, June 2015

First steps towards an Asian land bird monitoring programme

Mon, 13/04/2015

Question: How do we know that many bird species are declining?

BirdLife embarks on a project to ensure community forests in Nepal are best managed for the community, and for the forest. Photo: David Thomas / BirdLife

Community forestry to benefit nature and people

Thu, 09/04/2015
BirdLife embarks on a project to ensure community forests in Nepal are best managed for the community, and for the forest