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A tern for the better
Asia’s rarest seabird has been discovered breeding in the Korean Peninsula. This new stronghold could help the Chinese Crested Tern bounce back from near-extinction.
2017 brings hope for Pacific birds
Big projects in 2017 offer real hope for some of the most endangered birds of the Pacific
Papua New Guinea
New year, new birds: 10 newly-recognised species
We continue our showcase of Volume 2 of the Illustrated Checklist of the Birds of the World with a look at the latest members of the vast and varied avian family.
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?
The world's rarest songbirds
To celebrate the upcoming Illustrated Checklist of the Birds of the World, with beautiful drawings of the entire avian kingdom, we look at some of its rarest members.
Learning from the Experts – talking to traditional harvesters of Collared Petrels in Tanna, Vanuatu.
Traditional harvesters of Globally Threatened Collared Petrels provide information that might help save them from extinction
Saving the vultures of Saudi Arabia
An overview of the vulture species that nest in Saudi Arabia, the threats they are facing and what BirdLife is doing to help them.
Stakeholders call to end unsustainable land use in West Africa
The unsustainable land use issue has been identified as key threat to biodiversity conservation in the West African Region.
UN summit calls for urgent farming, forestry, fisheries reforms
BirdLife welcomes the decision by the UN Biodiversity Conference to pursue environmental reform in the farming, forestry and fisheries sectors.
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