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Rice Fields with Birds

Fri, 01/08/2014
'Through the Lens', Fujingaho magazine, August 2014

Liberian government prosecutes elephant ivory trader

Wed, 30/07/2014
Post war Liberia has seen the Country expanding from solely subsistence bush meat hunting and use of animal parts for totem and traditional purposes, to additional local-global commercialization driven hunting due to the global market demand for wildlife products.

Hundreds of thousands of birds accidentally poisoned every year

Mon, 28/07/2014

Two thousand, three hundred and fifty five Red and Black kites, 2,146 Griffon Vultures,

Decebal and Darko’s journey across Europe: our Red-breasted Geese successfully reached Siberia!

Fri, 25/07/2014

Let me introduce you to Decebal and Darkos, two special Red-breasted Geese that were se

Newly born, the Desertas Petrel turns into one of Europe’s conservation challenges: are we ready...

Fri, 25/07/2014

The 2014 Red List of Birds update gives birth to a new European species, the De

One tenth of bird species flying under the conservation radar

Thu, 24/07/2014
More than 350 newly recognised bird species have been assessed by BirdLife International for the first time, with more than 25% being classed as threatened with extinction

Tanzanian Conservationists propose ways of securing the Eastern Arc Mountain forests

Wed, 23/07/2014
The Eastern Arc Mountain forests of Tanzania consist of a complex of ranges and peaks that are among the oldest in Africa. Two Critically Endangered bird species, the Uluguru Bush-shrike and the Long-billed Tailorbird are found in these forests.

Great step forward for seabirds in Spain

Tue, 22/07/2014
Spain has officially established 39 new marine protection areas. The new sites are ‘Special Protection Areas for Birds’ (SPAs), designated under the European Birds Directive. The SPAs will offer protection to seabirds whilst they are at sea, complementing the existing network of sites on land.

Saving seabirds, empowering women: the Albatross Task Force gains momentum

Fri, 18/07/2014
In Namibia, a huge positive shift in momentum for seabird conservation - which also means great news for local Namibian women - all due to the Albatross Task Force.