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News African-Eurasian Flyway

The special plight of Trans-Saharan migratory birds

Fri, 11/03/2016 - 10:59

The long distance travellers have seen large declines in their population in the last few decades. Here's what BirdLife is doing to stem the drop.

Europe and Central Asia Migratory Birds and Flyways - Africa

Striking the wind beneath migratory birds’ wings

Thu, 10/03/2016 - 12:59

Since wind keeps birds in the air and drives turbines that produce energy, migratory routes see regular human-avian conflict. No points for guessing who wins.

Europe and Central Asia Egypt Migratory Birds

Europe urged to do more to tackle threatened African wildlife

Thu, 26/11/2015 - 09:46

Conservationists are welcoming the launch of a new European plan to help protect wildlife in Africa.

Europe and Central Asia Preventing Extinctions - Africa

Migrating through the energy maze

Tue, 01/09/2015 - 09:04

Energy production is increasingly catching up to illegal killing, poisoning and habitat destruction as a major danger to migratory birds.

Europe and Central Asia Climate Change - Africa

Protecting the Mediterranean’s migratory birds

Thu, 27/08/2015 - 09:35

Read why people and organisations are fighting for the flyways and the reason their work is necessary.

Europe and Central Asia Croatia Migratory Birds and Flyways - Europe and Central Asia

BirdLife team helps Convention on Migratory Species take significant steps forward for the conservation of migratory birds

Tue, 29/11/2011 - 20:15

The BirdLife's Partnership's work at the recent Conference of the Parties (COP10) to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species has paid dividends with important decisions taken for the benefit of migratory species.

Worldwide

BirdLife projects flying high in UNEP-GEF top-twenty

Wed, 23/11/2011 - 08:15

To mark its 20th Anniversary, the GEF has announced and profiled its 20 best projects funded through UNEP. This ‘20-best’ list features two projects in which BirdLife International was a key player.

Middle East