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New Sociable Lapwing habitats discovered in Uzbekistan

Tue, 12/04/2016
Very little was known about the Critically Endangered species' migratory route through Central and South Asia. That could soon change.

Ulcinj Salina's salt pans could be saved by the very birds it protects

Tue, 12/04/2016
The ups and downs in the fight to protect these Montenegrin salt pans are too numerous to count. But could there be light at the end of the tunnel?

Impressive Imperial Eagle conservation in Georgia and Azerbaijan

Tue, 12/04/2016
From artificial nests to habitat surveys, here's how two countries are trying to save this vulnerable species.

Finnish team wins third 'Champions of the Flyway' race

Mon, 11/04/2016
In all, 243 species were seen during the 24 hours of the race by all teams.
David Attenborough, CCI DAB inauguration. Photo: SIR CAM/UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.

BirdLife’s new nest: a home for conservationists

Fri, 08/04/2016
"We depend on nature for the very air we breathe, for every mouthful of food we consume, for every drop of clean water that we drink.” These are the inspiring words from Sir David Attenborough at the official opening of the new CCI conservation campus

This plant's funny name belies its dangerous nature

Mon, 04/04/2016
The Hottentot Fig is an invasive alien species that was favoured for its beauty, but is slowly killing other local vegetation in Portugal.
Ural Owl, a juvenile © HIH Princess Takamado

The Goddess of Wisdom

Fri, 01/04/2016
“Through the Lens”, Fujingaho Magazine, April 2016
Winter Wren trying to tell you a message about climate change. Original image: Frank Vassen, flickr

Small bird, big message

Fri, 01/04/2016
New study confirms common birds are powerful indicators of threats from climate change. From Europe to the US the trends match as scientists expected, the data showing coherent and substantial changes in detriment to cold-adapted species
The White-necked Picathartes, a unique species in Ghana ©Michael Anderson

Ghana to Host Future4Nature Innovation Factory: A place for thinking outside the box

Thu, 24/03/2016
From 29th – 31st March 2016, BirdLife International, Ghana Wildlife Society and the Legon Botanical Gardens will host the Future4Nature kick-off event in Akosombo Ghana, to develop shared, innovative solutions tailored to conditions in Ghana that will lead to long-term improvements in people’s lives.