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Every penguin, ranked: which species are we most at risk of losing?
10 of the world’s 18 species of penguin are threatened with extinction. Discover where they live, and the threats they face, in this illustrated list of the world’s species
Protecting the pristine: Europe's last truly "wild" waterways
Cameras, kayaks, test tubes, tree saplings, and lawyers: this is how civil society is coming together to save the blue gem of the Balkans
Walk with penguins in ground-breaking virtual reality video
For the first time, you can instantly transport yourself to a sub-antarctic island and immerse in the lives of penguins—thanks to a new 3D 360-degree film launched today
Pour l'amour des manchots
Les manchots sont parmi les oiseaux les plus charmants et les plus facilement reconnaissables du monde, mais une panoplie de menaces les pousse vers l’extinction.
Chasing ghosts: how technology is helping track the bird that mysteriously disappeared
A groundbreaking new technique, which studies tiny atoms left in feathers, is telling us where we should look for the vanishingly rare Slender-billed Curlew.
7 projects led by young conservationists that are changing the avian world
Today winners have been announced for CLP and Birdfair project awards, all initiatives led by young conservationists. Discover their inspiring work in this roundup.
Protect a penguin today
Penguins are among the world’s most charming and recognisable birds but from south pole to equator a web of threats is seeing them slide ever-closer towards extinction.
“Waterbird’s paradise” shortlisted for World Heritage status
14 sites across the Yellow Sea of China are to be considered for World Heritage status – fantastic news for endangered migratory birds such as the Spoon-billed Sandpiper.
“Stop the Killing”: Lebanese President speaks out for migratory birds
Lebanon's President Aoun has made a heartfelt pledge to prevent the annual slaughter of the thousands of migratory birds who fly over the country twice a year.
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