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Make Spring come Alive in your garden or balcony this year!
Follow our advice and make simple changes to make your garden, balcony, or school bird-friendly with Spring Alive this year.
Conservation Leadership Programme awards 2015
In this, its 30th anniversary year, the Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) has announced the winners of the 2015 team Conservation Awards.
Extended beard of Bearded Vulture - incredible effect of drug revealed
BirdLife International has captured startling new evidence of further impacts of drugs on vulture populations: a number of Bearded Vultures have been seen with unusually long beards.
Pollinating birds and mammals declining, reveals first global assessment of trends in the status of pollinators
According to a new
CEMEX commits to long-term nature conservation across continents with BirdLife
BirdLife continue to work with CEMEX to better understand Golden Eagle in Mexico, protect Turtle Dove along their flyway and safeguard Rhinoceros Iguana in the Dominican Republic.
From the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, turtle conservation overcoming similar challenges
Feature: three projects are working with local fishermen and tourists to protect Endangered loggerhead sea turtles, funded by CEPF.
Show birds some love on Valentine’s Weekend - Join the Great Backyard Bird Count!
Give Mother Nature a valentine this year and show how much you care about birds by counting them for the Great Backyard Bird Count
Massive boost for BirdLife's Marine work
BirdLife’s Marine Programme has a received a huge boost from the world’s largest event for nature.
World’s governments are failing on protected areas for nature
A new BirdLife study has found that while governments are making progress in expanding Protected Area networks, these are failing to provide adequate coverage for nature.
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