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How we're saving the kings of the ocean
It has been another busy year for the Albatross Task Force, and our teams have made good progress in achieving their objectives towards reducing the bycatch of vulnerable seabirds in some of the world’s most deadly fisheries.
I can’t believe we still have to raise funds to protect penguins…
Rory Crawford, BirdLife International Marine Programme Manager, blogs about BirdLife's latest work to save penguins from extinction.
Record-breaking 10 million points for seabird conservation
Today we celebrate World Oceans Day as we finally reach a record-breaking 10 million data points in the Seabird Tracking Database.
Feathers in Flames: the species being snuffed out by forest fires
A provocative new art exhibition, provided thanks to Saatchi, shows the true cost of the man-made forest flames ravaging Indonesia.
Ravaged by deforestation - but a new refuge brings hope for the Cherry-throated Tanager
A newly-created nature reserve in Brazil's ravaged Atlantic Forest will protect one of the last strongholds of the highly-threatened Cherry-throated Tanager.
The guardians of Africa's largest lake
Locals are rallying together to protect Lake Victoria's valuable wetlands and its inhabitants from traffickers and other dangers.
Migration: A long-distance love story
For 15 years, a lovestruck stork has faithfully returned from South Africa to his disabled amore in Croatia - but the trip is dangerous and one year he may not return.
Major breakthrough in attempt to unlock secrets of ultra-elusive seabird
An intrepid BirdLife Pacific team has finally managed to capture and tag a Beck’s Petrel – one of the world’s rarest and least-known birds.
Papua New Guinea
Cyprus songbird slaughter: UK Government responds to petition
Over 800,000 birds were killed on the UK's military bases in Cyprus last Autumn. With efforts to stem the slaughter floundering, the MoD has responded to an online petition
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