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Great step forward for seabirds in Spain

Tue, 22/07/2014 - 16:17

Spain has officially established 39 new marine protection areas. The new sites are ‘Special Protection Areas for Birds’ (SPAs), designated under the European Birds Directive. The SPAs will offer protection to seabirds whilst they are at sea, complementing the existing network of sites on land.

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Serbian Saker decreasing despite intense efforts

Thu, 10/07/2014 - 09:04

Pigeon breeders, farmers, poachers and strong winds: the many threats to the rare Falcon.

Europe and Central Asia Serbia Preventing Extinctions - Europe and Central Asia

Cross-border cooperation with CEPF for Lake Skadar and its pelicans

Tue, 01/07/2014 - 11:28

Lake Skadar forms the international border between Albania and Montenegro, but is also a biodiversity-rich Balkan wetland harbouring the Dalmatian Pelican. CEPF is supporting 10 organisations to sustainably manage the lake for its pelicans, for conservation, and for the local people that live on its shores.

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Scientists confirm worst fears: new EU Policy on Agriculture is bad for nature

Thu, 19/06/2014 - 10:38

“The EU failed to stand to the promises of greening the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP)”: these are the conclusions of the academic paper ‘

Europe and Central Asia Advocating for sustainable agriculture

Natura 2000 Day: the EU not protecting its richest nature sites properly

Mon, 16/06/2014 - 09:36

May 21st 2014 marked the second Natura 2000 day, which celebrated Europe’s largest network of nature areas protected by EU law.

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Rules work: national legislation benefits Eastern Europe’s birds

Mon, 09/06/2014 - 13:30

New scientific evidence confirms that legal protection of bird species does work. A recent study focusing in Eastern Europe shows that the rate of decline of protected species was approximately halved after the onset of protection.

Europe and Central Asia Birds in Europe

Rules, business and the environment: CEMEX and BirdLife jointly endorse EU Nature Directives

Fri, 30/05/2014 - 15:43

On May 27, in the presence of EU Environment Commissioner Janez Potočnik, BirdLife Europe and

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Pioneering wildlife audit reveals 1500 exclusively 'British' species overseas

Tue, 20/05/2014 - 10:45

One of the world’s smallest lizards, a ‘spiky’ yellow woodlouse, a blue iguana, a flightless moth, a seabird thought to be extinct for three centuries and a predatory shrimp confined to just two rockpools, are just some of the amazing 1547 species

Europe and Central Asia Preventing Extinctions