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Regent Honeyeater © Dean Ingwersen / BirdLife Australia

From the ashes: 5 birds affected by Australia's bushfires

Fri, 24/04/2020
The Australian bushfires of late 2019 and early 2020 gave much cause for heartbreak and angst. With the smoke finally clearing, read about five affected bird species and the efforts underway to help bring them back from the brink.
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Our campaign to make a healthy natural environment a human right

Wed, 22/04/2020
On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the BirdLife Partnership is launching a bold new campaign to add a new article to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: the right to a healthy natural environment. Find out why this addition is so crucial and read our letter to the UN Secretary-general.
Black browed albatross © Derren Fox

An interview with one of our Albatross Task Force human stars

Mon, 20/04/2020
The Albatross Task Force is on a mission to reduce seabird bycatch at some of the world's most deadly fisheries. Discover what motivates the "human stars" of #AlbatrossStories to make such large lifestyle sacrifices for these birds, and what you can do to help.

Conserver les Plantes Patrimoniales de Garâa Sejenane et Dar Fatma

Sun, 19/04/2020

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Garâa Sejenane

Saving endemic plants in Tunisia

Sun, 19/04/2020
Conserving the Patrimonial Plants of Garâa Sejenane and Dar Fatma
Albania has the only Dalmatian Pelican breeding site on the Adriatic coast © Taulant Bino

The battle to keep Albania's protected areas protected

Fri, 17/04/2020
After a momentous victory to protect a National Park from development, Albania’s entire protected area system came under threat. Here’s how a local coalition of NGOs reacted.

Champions of the Flyway: Staying home to save the Steppe Eagle

Thu, 16/04/2020
Two human qualities that can’t be confined, even in the face of a global pand

The time for nature restoration is now

Thu, 16/04/2020
What do you see out of your window? Before confinement, did you actually know about that old tree, the noisy redstarts that cheep around your bedroom every morning, the violet flowers defying the sidewalk concrete? Nature is all around us, but you probably hadn’t realized.
The Marine Protected Area covers important Grey-headed Albatross colonies © John Dickens

New research shows sustainable fishing and conservation can coexist

Wed, 15/04/2020
In the sub-Antarctic, intrepid expeditions and satellite tracking data have allowed us to pinpoint important feeding and breeding zones for seabirds and seals. This valuable information helps planners to minimise the overlap between fisheries and wildlife.