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Who we are

Who we are

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.

What we do

What we do

We implement conservation projects across the Pacific region, with a particular focus on restoring oceanic islands to their former glory by removing invasive species.Read more about our programmes.

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Where we work

Where we work

Like the vast Pacific Ocean, our work unites the legendary island groups of Polynesia and Micronesia, continental Australia, and diverse Melanesia.Read more about our work.

Petrels in Peril © Martin Berg

Fiji and Becks Petrel on New Island and New Britain in New Guinea are in peril Time is against us! help us try stop these birds disappearing for ever.

Protect a Little Paradise

Mon, 15/08/2016
BirdLife Cook Islands Partner launches a partnership with hotels and resorts to `give a little back' and help protect the environment and biodiversity of the Cooks. The new initiative is known as Mana Tiaki and is already attracting growing support.
Chris Gaskin lining up a Beck's Petrel from his kayak. Photo © Jez Bird

What the Beck's?

Mon, 01/08/2016
The team are back from their expedition to find the nesting grounds of Beck's Petrel, a small seabird facing an uncertain future... Did they capture one with their net gun?

BirdLife steps up conservation work in Vanuatu

Sun, 31/07/2016
Vanuatu is one of the Pacific's biodiversity hot spots. With the support of the Critically Ecosystem Partnership Fund, BirdLife has been working to help the Vanuatu Environment Advocacy Network (VEAN) build capacity and protect nature.

Mongoose on the loose in Tonga

Sun, 31/07/2016
The escape two small Indian mongooses from a container imported into Tonga from Fiji poses a real threat to the wildlife of the island country. BirdLife's Invasive Alien Species Programme Manager Steve Cranwell, was called into help.
Predator Free New Zealand (Logo by Tim James)

New Zealand free of Invasive Predators by 2050?

Thu, 28/07/2016
In perhaps the most ambitious conservation project ever proposed, the New Zealand Government has thrown its weight behind eradicating rats, mustelids and possums from New Zealand by 2050. The introduction of these species has devastated the native flora and fauna - especially the birds.. .
Iconic New Zealand parrot, the Kākā: Tomas Sobek

Return of Kākā to Wellington sparks controversy

Tue, 31/05/2016
The success of Wellington's Zealandia Sanctuary in reintroducing species long locally extinct is creating controversy about potential conflict with the new inhabitants.

Battle against expected rat explosion funded by New Zealand Goverment but core conservation funding...

Mon, 30/05/2016
The Department of Conservation in New Zealand (DOC) has been allocated an extra $20.7 million to help fight back against an expected pest population boom caused by a heavy forest seeding, or mast. While this is good news, at the same time the Department has had its core funding cut.
Super dog Whiskey on patrol against rats

Whisky protects lorikeets in French Polynesia

Fri, 27/05/2016
Biodiversity dogs on Rimatara and Ua Haka Islands in French Polynesia are the key weapon to keep rats and other invasive predators from the home of 3 of the most beautiful and rare lorikeets in the world; Since they have been on patrol they have located three cunning rat invaders and a rat skin planted by the equally cunning Caroline Blanvillian of SOP Manu.