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Maasai Mara team during the exchange © NatureKenya

Helping to build communities of passionate conservationists to save vultures

Mon, 21/08/2017

Wildlife poisoning driven by human-wildlife conflict is a leading threat to the surviva

Indian Peafowl © Percom/Shutterstock

7 stunning bird courtship displays that'll make you swoon

Wed, 16/08/2017
Before sex, first comes the courtship period – and few know how to catch the eye quite like birds. Here are seven such displays that caught our eye.

The Living Infinite

Wed, 16/08/2017
In the editorial of the special 'marine' edition of our Europe & Central Asia newsletter, Christopher Sands casts his eyes to the ocean.

What's the catch? The fate of Europe's seabirds

Mon, 14/08/2017
Bruna Campos explains why a ‘sea change’ in policy is needed to protect thousands of Europe’s seabirds from the threat of incidental bycatch in fishing gears.

The mystery of the seabird that barks like a dog

Mon, 14/08/2017
Tânia Pipa from SPEA (BirdLife Portugal) shares news of a very happy discovery on the tiny islet of Baixo off the ‘White Island’ of Graciosa in the Azores.
The Endangered Barbary Macaque is benefiting from the work of local NGOs in Algeria © Elzbieta Szulmajer

After the Arab Spring: learning to love nature again

Fri, 11/08/2017
From “protect by punishment” to “protect by involving people”: read about the peaceful revolution that is changing nature conservation in North Africa and the Middle East.

The Seabird Bulletin

Fri, 11/08/2017
We’re proud to present ‘The ‘Seabird’ Bulletin’ – a special summer edition of our regular news brief,

Journey to the Mid-Atlantic Ridge

Fri, 11/08/2017
Marguerite Tarzia chronicles her crossing of the north Atlantic aboard the research vessel RRS Discovery!

The last dance? Critically Endangered grebe’s mesmerising display filmed for first time

Thu, 10/08/2017
On the remote glacial lagoons of Patagonia, a rare grebe performs a bewitching dance that has been caught on film for the first time. But with invasive predators and proposed dams threatening its existence, how long do we have until the music stops?