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Extended beard of Bearded Vulture - incredible effect of drug revealed

Wed, 01/04/2015
BirdLife International has captured startling new evidence of further impacts of drugs on vulture populations: a number of Bearded Vultures have been seen with unusually long beards.

Cyprus is the big winner of international bird race

Tue, 31/03/2015
The main winners of the 2015 Champions of the Flyway race are the birds of Cyprus, with over $50,000 raised so far for BirdLife Cyprus.

Kiko and Kuki, bird’s best friends, need your help!

Tue, 31/03/2015

Everyone knows that dogs are man’s best friend, but in Greece, a couple of very

New research for saving species on tropical islands as we prepare for big operation

Mon, 23/03/2015
Importance of tropical island restoration recognised by international scientific journal as we prepare for the biggest ever operation to save birds from extinction in French Polynesia

'Fundraising for conservation' training in the Eastern Afromontane hotspot is delivering...

Thu, 19/03/2015
The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) in the Eastern Afromontane hotspot funds training programmes that help grassroot organisations become better fundraisers. With success.

Women in Conservation: Let women benefit from ecotourism revenues - biodiversity will benefit, too

Thu, 19/03/2015
This third article in the series about 'women in conservation' describes how a more equitable sharing of ecotourism revenues between men and women would benefit conservation and sustainable development at the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda.

Namibia on-board with BirdLife to end seabird bycatch in world’s worst fishery

Tue, 17/03/2015
“Namibia stands at the threshold of moving, in very short time, from being the worst country in the world for seabird bycatch, to the very best”, said Oliver Yates, BirdLife International’s Global Albatross Task Force Coordinator.