Pacific
Even reaching the islands and unloading equipment was a major challenge © Fred Jacq
28 Apr 2020

Marquesas fact-finding mission sheds light on Endangered native birds

In November 2019, a BirdLife-led team camped out on one of the world’s remotest islands to learn more about the Endangered birds we urgently need to save. Here’s what they discovered…
Regent Honeyeater © Dean Ingwersen / BirdLife Australia
24 Apr 2020

From the ashes: 5 birds affected by Australia's bushfires

The Australian bushfires of late 2019 and early 2020 gave much cause for heartbreak and angst. With the smoke finally clearing, read about five affected bird species and the efforts underway to help bring them back from the brink.
Founders Jim & Jean Thomas won the Future for Nature Award © Tenkile Conservation Alliance
20 Mar 2020

Why people and forests need tree kangaroos

What started out as a mission to save tree kangaroos has transformed the lives of over 13,000 people and boosted the conservation of some of Papua New Guinea’s most biodiverse and globally important rainforests.
Hatuta’a Island © Fred Jacq
05 Feb 2020

Explore the remote islands at the crossroads of restoration and extinction

Join us on a photographic journey to the middle of the Pacific Ocean to explore the Marquesas, a remote French Polynesian archipelago where irreplaceable nature and culture are threatened by introduced and invasive species – and where BirdLife has big plans for restoration…
Suzanne Medina and son release a Guam Rail into the wild © Guam Department of Agriculture
20 Jan 2020

How did the Guam Rail come back from extinction in the wild?

After more than 30 years, the Guam Rail is back: breeding naturally beyond the confines of captive breeding enclosures – making it only the second bird species ever to recover from extinction in the wild. How did conservationists do it, and what can we learn about the threat of introduced predators?
© Pavel Tomkovich

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We are a flourishing network of seven national organisations supported by a small BirdLife Secretariat in Fiji, and all the local people that we work with along the way. Read more about BirdLife Pacific.

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