“Porto fayoum” tourism development planned at...

Thu, 12/05/2011
The first development in an Egyptian protected area is planned by real estate developers.

First signs of progress in saving Indian vultures...

Thu, 12/05/2011
The ban on a veterinary drug which caused an unprecedented decline in Asian vulture populations has shown the first signs of progress, according to scientists.

Gaining weight, but not yet waterproof: penguins...

Wed, 11/05/2011
400 penguins remain in the rehabilitation centre on Tristan as their feathers are still in too poor condition for release.

Festival de las Aves Endémicas del Caribe:...

Wed, 11/05/2011
Comenzó el viernes santo el Décimo Festival de las Aves Endémicas del Caribe, coordinado, como cada año, por la Sociedad para la Conservación y el Estudio de las Aves del Caribe (SCSCB), la más grande organización conservacionista de la región, cuyo objetivo es la conservación de la vida silvestre en el Caribe isleño.
nature iraq CEO Alwash receives Takreem Award

Nature Iraq receives Takreem Arab Achievement...

Wed, 11/05/2011
This year's Takreem Award which promotes Arab excellence and leadership worldwide has been awarded to Nature Iraq.

Life+ Cap DOM: Conservation of priority bird...

Wed, 11/05/2011
Life+ Cap DOM (Département d’Outre-Mer) is the first European Programme for the conservation of fauna involving several DOMs and their NGOs.

Partners for Sustainability, ahora está...

Wed, 11/05/2011
Socios para la Sustentabilidad, es un informe de BirdLife International, que relata el compromiso de los socios de BirdLife alrededor del mundo para la construcción de la sustentabilidad socio-ambiental, a través de acciones en el terreno con las comunidades locales más vulnerables en el planeta.

Short film highlights environmental damage caused...

Wed, 11/05/2011
More than 20 environmental organisations across Europe are calling on the EU to stop the environmental damage caused by EU biofuels targets with the help of Peter and Jane, characters in a specially-created animated short film. To watch the 1m 30 second film in English, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igUtLwruUjA

Study confirms IBAs are priority sites for...

Mon, 09/05/2011
A new publication finds a significant mismatch between the protected area network in Africa, and the key habitats occupied by the continent’s most threatened birds.

A new bird species was discovered in… Athens!

Mon, 09/05/2011
A group of birdwatchers – members of the Hellenic Ornithological Society – woke up at dawn the 1st May in order to see the new bird species for Greece: the Pallas's Warbler

Conserving biodiversity, respecting rights

Mon, 09/05/2011
The BirdLife Partnership recently adopted a position on Conservation and Rights, which reaffirms BirdLife’s commitment to support the basic and procedural rights of the individual within its sphere of influence..

Community conservation project wins award in Oz

Mon, 09/05/2011
Birds Australia (BirdLife Partner) has won the 'Natural Environment' category of the Victorian Coastal Awards for its Beach Nesting Birds project, which has recruited local communities and land managers to improve the breeding success of the Near Threatened Hooded Plover.

Endangered bird shot in Malta, flown to Germany...

Fri, 06/05/2011
A Pallid Harrier, one of Europe's most-endangered birds of prey, which was shot in Malta, was sent to Germany for rehabilitation at the end of April, by BirdLife Malta.

New webcam showcases breeding Spanish Imperial...

Fri, 06/05/2011
SEO/BirdLife invites you to follow the first days of the life of three eagle chicks in the Mediterranean forest in Castilla-La Mancha via a webcam

Census finds unexplained fall in Black-faced...

Thu, 05/05/2011
The 2011 International Black-faced Spoonbill Census has found a large decrease in the known wintering populations since last year’s census.

"The Pink Concern" - A Poem by Carol...

Wed, 04/05/2011
THE PINK CONCERN Always yearning to see you

Drawing attention to the conservation of African...

Wed, 04/05/2011
The recently published book, 'The Vultures of Africa – A Coloring Book’ will be distributed to schools and conservation organisations throughout Africa to raise awareness of the plight of Africa’s vultures.

US public lands essential for hundreds of species

Wed, 04/05/2011
Publicly owned habitats support at least half of the entire U.S. distributions of more than 300 bird species, says new report