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How long will they stand?

Wed, 11/08/2010
The destruction of the world's mangrove forests is happening up to four times faster than the world's land-based forests, according to a new United Nations report. A study commissioned by the U.N. Environmental Program (UNEP) reports that one fifth (around 35,500 square kilometers) of the world's mangroves -- forests straddling both land and sea -- have been lost since 1980.

An Aruba without Troupial, Prikichi, Patrushi or Shoco?

Wed, 11/08/2010
The presence of the invasive Boa constrictor was first documented in Aruba in April of 1999. Ever since, the numbers of boas caught by the Park Rangers has been impressive. Hundreds are caught each year and only those seen in areas frequented by persons who then notify the Rangers for their assistance. It is safe to presume that a multifold of those caught actually live in Aruba’s wildlife.

Directorio de las Áreas Importantes para la Conservación de la Aves es presentado en Bolivia y...

Mon, 09/08/2010
El directorio de las Áreas Importantes para la Conservación de la Aves (IBA) de América fue presentado por separado en dos eventos en Bolivia y costa Rica por socios y colaboradores de BirdLife.

Important Bird Area directory is launched in Bolivia and Costa Rica

Mon, 09/08/2010
The Americas Important Bird Area (IBA) directory was launched at separate events in Bolivia and Costa Rica by BirdLife partners and collaborators.

Nature Seychelles celebrates IYB2010

Mon, 09/08/2010
The latest issue of Zwazo - Nature Seychelles (BirdLife Partner) bi-annual conservation magazine - commemorates 2010 as the International Year of Biodiversity (IYB).

‘We can hear the voice of the earth’ – Japan's touring photo exhibition

Fri, 06/08/2010
A new photo exhibition, with the theme ‘We can hear the voice of the earth’ is currently being held in Japan.