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Bird Conservation International
Bird Conservation International is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal focusing on the major conservation issues affecting birds and their habitats.
Forest discovery improves prospects for Angola’s...
A large tract of near-pristine Afromontane forest has been found in Angola’s Namba Mountains, tripling the amount of this habitat that was thought to survive in Angola.
Timor Bush-warbler rediscovered
A paper published online in BirdLife’s journal, Bird Conservation International reports the rediscovery of the Timor Bush-warbler in Timor-Leste
IBA monitoring data will measure progress towards...
In a significant contribution to indicators that track trends in the rate of global biodiversity loss, the BirdLife Partnership has developed a standard framework for monitoring Important Bird Areas (IBAs).
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