News Preventing Extinctions

Vulture restaurants a hit in Cambodia

Thu, 20/05/2010
A lack of food is the principle reason for the vulture's decline in Cambodia, but 'restaurants' are helping their numbers increase

Regent Honeyeaters released to go wild

Wed, 12/05/2010
Captive-bred Critically Endangered Regent Honeyeaters are being released into the Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park by Birds Australia (BirdLife Partner) as part of a national recovery program to curb the species’ decline.

Jamaica's petrels reveal some of their...

Mon, 10/05/2010
Searches at sea off the eastern coasts of Jamaica have revealed the presence of significant numbers of Pterodroma petrels, and was supported by BirdLife International's Preventing Extinctions Programme.

BirdLife brings PEP to the Pacific

Fri, 09/04/2010
Globally, one in eight bird species is threatened with extinction, including 192 who are Critically Endangered. The Pacific region hosts 44 (23%) of the most threatened bird species in the world. The BirdLife International Pacific Partnership is working together in an innovative programme to prevent any more species going extinct, through the BirdLife Preventing Extinctions Programme (PEP).

World Migratory Bird Day focuses on globally...

Wed, 31/03/2010
This year's World Migratory Bird Day theme has been announced as: 'Save migratory birds in crisis - every species counts!' This years awareness-raising campaign will take place from 8-9 May 2010, and aims to inspire people to take action for the conservation of migratory birds.

Impacts of Invasive Species - Tristan Albatross...

Thu, 09/04/2009
Critically Endangered Tristan Albatross, where chicks are being eaten alive by the invasive House Mice on Gough Island in the South Atlantic.

The British Birdfair - Video

Thu, 09/04/2009
A BirdLife interview with organisers of the British Birdfair Tim Appleton and Martin Davies. They explain how by attending the fair and indulging your passion for wildlife, youll be helping to support BirdLife's Preventing Extinctions Programme.