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Every Bird Counts

Climate change is not a future concern, it is disrupting life on our planet for nature and people right now. If we don’t act fast, many species of birds and the places they depend upon will be lost forever.

People are destroying and consuming nature at a devastating rate. Birds are our early warning system. BirdLife International is the largest international Partnership for nature conservation. 

We are a global family of 123 national partners covering all continents, landscapes and seascapes.

BirdsConnect us

Soaring across migration routes called flyways, like super highways in the sky, billions of birds cross deserts, mountains and oceans during migration. Millions of people rely on these places for their livelihoods, food, water and protection against severe weather.


State of the World’s Birds: 2024 Annual Update

This annual update summarises and profiles some of the key developments in bird science and conservation during 2023. The 2023 Red List update saw 11 species uplisted to higher threat categories due to a genuine deterioration in status, while just 4 were downlisted.


A healthy planet should be a universal human right

Sign the petition to make it a UN-recognised human right for mankind to live on a healthy planet.


BirdLife: The Magazine

The latest conservation news and breakthroughs, delivered to your door.

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