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As human settlements spread into wild spaces, wild animals are struggling to adapt © Christopher Bandini / Shutterstock

Why we need to break down the barriers between us...

Thu, 30/08/2018
Birds colliding with windows are an upsetting symptom of human encroachment on nature. But the barriers we put up between ourselves and the natural world are part of a larger problem.
The Sokoke Scops Owl weighs only 2 ounces (57g) and is the smallest Scops Owl © John Mwcharo

Irreplaceable: Dakatcha Woodland, Kenya

Mon, 23/07/2018
It’s a refuge for Endangered species found at only a handful of other sites. It stores rainwater, traps carbon and even regulates the local climate. But this unique and globally important forest has no formal protection. Read what’s being done in the fight to secure its survival.
The couple ran 6,504 miles (10,467km) in 15 months © Katharine & David Lowrie

Meet the couple who ran the length of South...

Mon, 11/06/2018
We interview Katharine Lowrie: part of a record-breaking couple who sailed the Atlantic to begin an ultra-marathon through South America, all to raise money and awareness for wildlife and wild places.

Paradise lost: the devastation of Białowieża...

Wed, 26/04/2017
Jarosław Krogulec, Head of Conservation at OTOP (BirdLife Poland) recounts the tragic devastation Białowieża Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Marvellous Spatuletail © Daniel Rosengren

7 stunning forest birds we could soon lose forever

Mon, 14/11/2016
A handful of the vibrant, diverse species whose continued survival is threatened by the loss of forest habitats.

Spring: the time for breeding or the time for...

Mon, 02/05/2016
A cursory reading of statistics may make it seem like species have not been affected by the chopping of trees while they breed. But the birds are not alright.

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.