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Discover Australia's most vital places for nature
Collectively known as 'Key Biodiversity Areas', these are the most important places left for life on Earth.
The hunt for the world's only alpine (and carnivorous) parrot
You need to be sneaky if you want to catch a Kea in the wild. This is how Forest & Bird are searching for the world’s only alpine parrot in Nelson Lakes NP, New Zealand.
Climate change could deliver final blow for world’s threatened species
Around half of threatened terrestrial mammals, and a quarter of birds, are already being negatively impacted by climate change. Could it prove the tipping point?
One to Watch - Iiwi on the decline?
The "One to Watch" series takes a quick look at the status of some of the iconic species we're working on.
United States of America
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
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
The guardians of the Kākāpō Kingdom
Being a kākāpō ranger is a bit like looking after a celebrity’s child. This is what life is like when you're tasked with protecting one of the world's rarest parrots.
The loss of a tireless worker for petrels – Bob the petrel detector dog
The loss of one of two `petrel detector' dogs is a big setback in the search for the nests of the critically endangered Fiji Petrel
Meeting of BirdLife’s Pacific partners showcases conservation success
The 2016 BirdLife Pacific Partnership meeting was a celebration of the work and successes of the partners in defending and restoring nature
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