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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.

When we were up we were up...

Mon, 25/04/2011
An adventure to Kadavu, Fiji in search of Collared Petrel.

Trucks and timber seized after Asity Madagascar...

Mon, 25/04/2011
Asity Madagascar (BirdLife in Madagascar) has helped to strike a blow against illegal loggers in the Tsitongambarika forest Important Bird Area.

Proud moment as BirdLife Partnership in Africa...

Fri, 08/04/2011
The BirdLife Partners in Africa have published a report on their experience of working with Site Support Groups.

BirdLife South Africa’s Bird Clubs & Branches

Sat, 19/03/2011
This report is part of a project which aims to capture, document and disseminate these experiences and the lessons learned from them. The review is part of a project funded by the Aage V. Jensen Foundation.

The Network of Important Bird Areas in Québec,...

Sat, 19/03/2011
The purpose of this article is to explore the emerging Important Bird Area (IBA) Caretaker Network in Québec within the Canadian context with the goal of furthering our understanding of what makes, motivates and inspires Caretakers, what opportunities and challenges they face, and the values of having an IBA Caretaker Network.

Local Conservation Groups in Malawi –...

Sat, 19/03/2011
This report is part of a project which aims to capture, document and disseminate these experiences and the lessons learned from them. The review is part of a project funded by the Aage V. Jensen Foundation.

The Indian Bird Conservation Network

Sat, 19/03/2011
This report is part of a project which aims to capture, document and disseminate these experiences and the lessons learned from them. The review is part of a project funded by the Aage V. Jensen Foundation.

The IBA Caretaker Network in Poland

Sat, 19/03/2011
The purpose of this report is to explore and analyse the IBA Caretaker Network in Poland with the goal of furthering our understanding of what makes, motivates and inspires Caretakers, what opportunities and challenges they face, and the value of having an IBA Caretaker Network.

The IBA Local Conservation Groups Network in...

Fri, 18/03/2011
Several BirdLife Partners are demonstrating success in establishing and coordinating Local Conservation Networks. This report is part of a project which aims to capture, document and disseminate these experiences and the lessons learned from them.

The involvement of Local Conservation Groups in...

Fri, 18/03/2011
The purpose of this report is to explore and analyse the IBA Caretaker Network in Lebanon with the goal of furthering our understanding of what makes, motivates and inspires Caretakers, what opportunities and challenges they face, and the value of having an IBA Caretaker Network.

The Danish IBA Caretaker Network

Fri, 18/03/2011
The purpose of this report is to explore and analyse the IBA Caretaker Network in Denmark with the goal of furthering our understanding of what makes, motivates and inspires Caretakers, what opportunities and challenges they face, and the value of having an IBA Caretaker Network.

The Greek IBA Caretaker Network

Fri, 18/03/2011
The purpose of this report is to explore and analyse the IBA Caretaker Network in Greece with the goal of furthering our understanding of what makes, motivates and inspires Caretakers, what opportunities and challenges they face, and the value of having an IBA Caretaker Network.

Networks of care

Fri, 18/03/2011
More than half of Poland’s 140 Important Bird Areas (IBAs) are over 15,000 hectares. The biggest of all, Tuchola Forest, covers 360,000 hectares. Simply monitoring sites of this size is a formidable challenge.

Saving Malawi IBAs

Fri, 18/03/2011
In Malawi, the Wildlife and Environmental Society of Malawi (WESM, BirdLife Affiliate) operates through nine branches covering the entire country, supported by a national secretariat in Blantyre.

Volunteering the Danish Way

Fri, 18/03/2011
Bird conservation in Denmark has a long history and DOF, the Danish BirdLife Partner, is one of the oldest nature conservation societies in Europe. In 2002, inspired by similar examples from the BirdLife Partnership, DOF decided to establish groups of volunteers around each of their 128 IBAs.

Working for Lebanese IBAs

Fri, 18/03/2011
From its establishment in 1986, the Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon (SPNL, BirdLife in Lebanon) advocated the establishment of a national protected areas programme.