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Kakariki scoops Forest & Bird’s Bird of the Year title

Wed, 13/10/2010
New Zealand’s bright green parrot – the Kakariki – has won this year’s Forest & Bird poll (BirdLife in New Zealand) for Bird of the Year.

Australian Painted Snipe Surveys

Tue, 05/10/2010
Birds Australia's (BirdLife Partner) Threatened Bird Network has announced that it’s time once again to start looking for Australia’s most rare and cryptic wetland species; the Australian Painted Snipe (APS).

Arcadia update - Nature Fiji

Fri, 01/10/2010
NatureFiji-MareqetiViti field officer has been searching for burrows of the enigmatic Fiji petrel (pictured) and was pleasantly surprised to finally find a burrow occupied by a Collared Petrel chick. Collared Petrel is an Endangered species, believed to be extirpated from mainland Fiji because of the introduced Mongoose.

Time to hit the biodiversity target – BirdLife’s September 2010 Round Up

Thu, 30/09/2010
Next month the world's leaders are meeting in Japan to discuss a new biodiversity target. This is a vitally important milestone for the future of wildlife on our shared planet. We’ll be covering the news from the event, however looking back at September’s stories we already have some powerful messages for governments to consider...

Fijian villages shown new ways for forest management

Wed, 22/09/2010
Landowners in Vanua Levu (Fiji) who own large tracks of native forests have been encouraged to use their forests wisely.

Volunteers needed in New Caledonia for Crow Honeyeater Project

Tue, 17/08/2010
BirdLife Pacific in New Caledonia is seeking two volunteers to assist with surveying fieldwork seeking the Critically Endangered Crow Honeyeater. The positions are due to start September 15, 2010 and volunteers would ideally be available for 1-3 months.

Ringgold's community handicraft Training - video

Thu, 05/08/2010
This video captures a BirdLife handicraft training workshop that was requested by members of the Ringgolds Site Support Group - part of the Quelelevu Islands proposed Important Bird Area.

Fijian site support groups receive fundraising & biosecurity training

Wed, 04/08/2010
BirdLife International Fiji Programme, for the first time brought together representatives

Launch of Wetland Globe International Wetland Awards

Wed, 28/07/2010
The World Wetland Network, an international initiative comprising over 200 wetland NGOs from across the globe, is today launching a new set of awards to recognise best practice in wetland management, and to highlight wetlands in crisis...