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World’s largest protected marine area to shelter millions of penguins
BirdLife International welcomes the news that the pristine waters of Ross Sea, Antartica, will become the world’s largest protected marine area.
13 birds that aren't for the faint of heart
With Halloween around the corner, we take a look at some of the more spook-tacular corners of the wonderfully diverse bird family.
What should drive conservation action: morals or money?
In The Debate, we explore the two sides of top conservation issues through articles written by leading experts in the field. In today's debate, our experts discuss Moral value vs. Dollar value in nature conservation.
What’s the solution to air pollution?
Like the canary in the coal mine, wild birds are always the first to notice.
Flight of Fancy - Picasso and the dove called Peace
Flight of Fancy is our new series, examining the history of birds as art.
The search for India's hidden treasures
Out of sight, out of mind? A new study casts a light on the threats faced by the little known grassland specialists that skulk on the fringes of India's tourist trails
Irreplaceable - Lake Natron, Tanzania
In our 'Irreplaceable' series, we cast a light on the globally-significant bird habitats that are in danger of disappearing forever...
Tony Juniper: It's time to change strategy
Moral value or financial value? Author Tony Juniper on why conservationists must understand the way politics and business work in order to win the economic argument.
Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
CITES round-up: the world speaks up for the African Grey
The most important wildlife trade summit in years resulted in big wins for threatened species such as the African Grey and the Helmeted Hornbill.
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