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BirdLife team helps Convention on Migratory...
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.
Governments set to adopt new guidelines on power...
Protecting birds from power lines is a global issue which can’t be solved by single states yet a number of practical mitigation measures exist.
10th conference of Parties to the Convention on...
The BirdLife International Partnership seek endorsement for conference resolutions which, if adopted, could help halt or reverse the catastrophic decline in numbers of many migratory species of birds.
Only international action will save migratory...
Populations of long-distance migratory landbirds are declining rapidly in the African-Eurasian flyway and urgent actions are needed across regions.
Improving the conservation status of migratory...
BirdLife wants approval for resolution to improve the conservation status of African-Eurasian migratory landbirds.
Minimising the risk of poisoning to migratory...
Poisoning – both deliberate and accidental – is one of the major problems facing migratory birds worldwide.
Powerlines and migratory birds
BirdLife International is challenging the energy sector to improve the bird safety standards of powerlines in Europe.
Migratory species conservation in the light of...
BirdLife International is supporting a proposal on addressing climate change issues for migratory species.
Proposal to include Saker Falcon on Appendix 1 of...
BirdLife Internatiional is supporting the proposal for listing Saker Falcon on the CMS list of Endangered Migratory Species.
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