Who we are
About BirdLife International
What we do
Forests of Hope
Sites & Habitats (IBAs and...
Invasive Alien Species
Local Engagement and Empowerment
Where we work
Europe and Central Asia
Donate to BirdLife International
Leave a Legacy to BirdLife
Join BirdLife International
Fundraise for us
Rare Bird Club
Trusts and Foundations
close this bar
) - otherwise click
to find out more.
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.
Vultures need you
African & Eurasian Vultures are in severe trouble—most species perilously close to extinction. We're calling for contributions to a new 12-year Action Plan to save them.
From Rutland to the world
A record-breaking donation has been presented by Birdfair to BirdLife for protecting threatened sites in Africa and supporting tomorrow's conservation heroes
Mapping the world's most threatened bird habitats
A new Story Map, produced by BirdLife, highlights vital endangered birding habitats in Africa, and showcases some success stories from Australia.
Curlews in crisis?
New research suggests that the Numeniini - a tribe of large waders including Curlews and Godwits - could be the most endangered birds you've never heard about.
Get news by email