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The story of Cousin Island - Video

Thu, 09/04/2009
BirdLife's story of Cousin Island and the Seychelles Warbler. An interview with Nirmal Shah - CE of Nature Seychelles (BirdLife in the Seychelles).

The Crimson Wing - Video

Thu, 09/04/2009
The Crimson Wing - Mystery of the Flamingos takes viewers to the isolated shores of Lake Natron, in northern Tanzania, for a birds-eye view of the mysterious and perilous lives of Lesser Flamingos. The film was premiered in Paris this week, and reminds the world of the threats facing one the worlds greatest wildlife spectacles.

BirdLife's State of the Worlds Birds - Video

Thu, 09/04/2009
An interview with BirdLife's Head of Science - Alison Stattersfield.

BirdLife interview with Dr Alberto Yanosky - Video

Thu, 09/04/2009
BirdLife interview with Dr Alberto Yanosky - CEO of Guyra Paraguay - about his work in the Pantanal.

Born to Travel - Video

Thu, 09/04/2009
Born to Travel Video. BirdLife's Flyways Campaign.

BirdLife April Fool - Cuck-who? Amazing new call caught on video

Thu, 09/04/2009
BirdLife have reported a strange twist in the tale of Europes harbinger of spring the Common Cuckoo Cuculus canorus. In a dramatic discovery, returning cuckoos have been heard and filmed calling with a highly distinctive variation of the normal call. The new call is best described as Oooh-Kuck, Oooh-Kuck...!

Migratory Soaring Birds project - video

Thu, 09/04/2009
UNDP-GEF BirdLife Migratory Soaring Birds project. Music by British Sea Power.

Impacts of Invasive Species - Tristan Albatross chicks being eaten alive by House Mice - Video

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.

Bird migrations set to increase - Video

Thu, 09/04/2009
BBC interview with BirdLife scientists Dr Stuart Butchart.