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When we were up we were up...

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

Help for the world’s Angriest Birds

Thu, 21/04/2011
Angry Birds are taking up the fight to save the world’s most threatened birds from extinction.

Tribute to conservationist Don Merton

Mon, 11/04/2011
Tributes have been paid to New Zealand conservationist Don Merton.

Tackling Invasive Alien Species

Mon, 28/02/2011
BirdLife has published a leaflet to increase awareness about invasive alien species in the 27 EU Member States and to promote the importance of adopting appropriate legislation in Brussels.

BirdLife Pacific e-bulletin out now

Wed, 23/02/2011
Welcome to our first e-bulletin in 2011. In this issue we bring you news of some of the activities being carried out by BirdLife Partners across the Pacific region to save our most threatened bird species – and our wider biodiversity – from extinction. You’ll read about what’s being done for the Critically Endangered Crow Honeyeater in New Caledonia; the New Zealand Fairy Tern – that country’s rarest bird...

Ruddy marvellous! turnstone flies 27,000 km – twice!!

Mon, 31/01/2011
Researchers from the Victorian Wader Study Group - a special interest group of Birds Australia [BirdLife Partner] - have just recaptured a Ruddy Turnstone which has completed a 27,000 km round trip migration for the second time.

Winners of The World's Rarest Birds announced

Tue, 25/01/2011
The winners of The World’s Rarest Birds international photo competition have just been announced. The competition, launched in 2010, aimed to secure images of the 566 most threatened birds on Earth for a new book highlighting their plight.

Search Continues for Pohnpei’s Rarest Bird

Thu, 20/01/2011
Conservation Society of Pohnpei (CSP) Terrestrial Programme staff, in collaboration with BirdLife International staff Dr Mark O’Brien, recently returned from a seven-day expedition to the high ridges of the island surveying Nahnalaud, Nihpit, and Kupwuriso forest in search of the Critically Endangered Pohnpei Starling. Pohnpei is the largest island in the Federated States of Micronesia.

The Magnificent Seven (rat free Fijian islands)

Tue, 21/12/2010
Two years after the BirdLife International Fiji Programme implemented an operation to eradicate rats from the Ringgold Islands, all seven islands have been confirmed rodent-free. Early monitoring also shows that the birds, people and wider wildlife of these remote islands are already benefitting from the removal of these invasive pests...