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Grey Parrot fading from Africa's rainforests
It’s one of the most recognisable pet birds in the world. And it’s also the latest species to join the Red List’s dreaded Endangered club. What went wrong for the Grey?
2016 Red List: great news for island endemics, disaster for cagebirds
Today, the health of the world's 10,000+ bird species was revealed with the publication of the 2016 Red List. There are reasons to cheer, but also reasons for concern.
Why is the Red List so important?
Ahead of tonight's unveiling of the 2016 Red List, we take a look at why it is such an invaluable tool for determining conservation priorities.
Critical conservation summit must not become a Mexican stand-off
A little less conversation, a little more action is needed at COP 13 if we're to secure a future for our natural resources.
The future of conservation in the Mediterranean
How best to invest in nature conservation in the Mediterranean? Conservationists come to joint answer as CEPF biodiversity evaluation and strategy reaches final stages.
COP22: Developing nations lead way in the fight against climate change
At the first climate change conference since the landmark Paris Agreement treaty became legally-binding, the pressure was on to turn legislation into real action.
New vital bird habitat identified in India
Thanks to a project funded by the Conservation Leadership Programme, Papikonda National Park has been declared an Important Bird & Biodiversity Area (IBA).
7 stunning forest birds we could soon lose forever
A handful of the vibrant, diverse species whose continued survival is threatened by the loss of forest habitats.
Climate change is changing you
A new study reveals ongoing alterations in shape, size, sex and distribution of animals and plants are due to man-made warming.
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