BirdLife Pacific Homepage
Find out more about the work of BirdLife's Pacific Programme.
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The Pacific has more threatened bird species per unit of land area, or per person, than any other region in the world. Pacific birds evolved on tiny, oceanic islands, in isolation from predators and competitors, and have long been subject to extermination by a range of introduced species. More »
The Pacific Regional Programme 2009-2012 aims to bring together national efforts towards bird conservation in a focused and strategic manner... More »
The BirdLife International Pacific Partnership and Secretariat are involved in a number of regional and national conservation initiatives... More »
The Pacific Partnership currently has Partners in Australia, the Cook Islands,French Polynesia, New Caledonia, New Zealand and Palau. More »
The BirdLife Pacific Partnership Secretariat manages a country programme in Fiji pending the development of an eligible conservation NGO there. More »
The BirdLife International Pacific Partnership Secretariat has developed a ‘project catalogue’ for 2010 with projects in the Pacific region that urgently need funding. Some of the projects that are included in the catalogue are described here... More »
Volunteers are extremely important to the BirdLife International Pacific Partnership. With you and others like you, we are able to make a difference to the protection of threatened bird species and the conservation of Important Bird Areas in the Pacific region! More »
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