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© Yeslem Ould El Vally, IMROP

Seabirds and turtles are dying from fishing activities

Wed, 23/10/2019
Seabirds are one of the most threatened birds in the world, with many species in decline due among other threats to incidental catch – also known as bycatch – during fishing activities

Empowering Park Rangers to Support Vulture Conservation in Ethiopia

Fri, 18/10/2019
In the hilly terrain of Awash National Park in Ethiopia, Tigist Bogale sits among a group of rangers in a room. The rangers all dressed in jungle green uniform, listen attentively to Dr. Bruktawit Abdu, at the front of the room passionately explaining a point to the group.
© Ethiopia Wildlife and Natural History Society (EWNHS)

BirdLife Africa partners celebrate International Vulture Awareness Day

Thu, 03/10/2019
On 7th September 2019, the world marked the International Vulture Awareness Day (IVAD), a day set aside to create awareness about vultures, and celebrate their important role in cleaning up the environment thus preventing the spread of dangerous diseases.
© Chaona Phiri

BirdWatch Zambia Celebrates a Conservation Milestone

Wed, 11/09/2019
On 31st August and 1 September 2019, BirdWatch Zambia (BWZ) - BirdLife International partner in Zambia, marked a milestone, celebrating 50 years of conservation in the country.
© Felicien Karekezi Uwizeye

Using science and community approaches to fight climate change

Mon, 09/09/2019
Climate change is affecting the livelihoods of the population around the world. Challenging situations require innovative interventions and BirdLife is working hand in hand with local communities, who have unique knowledge of their landscapes, to build alternatives in Rwanda and Burundi.
BirdLife Policy and Advocacy staff%2c who contributed immensely for our work in Africa to be recognised received the award in Nairobi%2c Kenya (c) Fathy Ahmed (1)

BirdLife wins leadership in conservation award in Africa

Tue, 25/09/2018
BirdLife International is the first recipient of the exceptional leadership award in environmental management and governance in Africa. The award was given by NEPAD, an economic development programme of the African Union to BirdLife on Wednesday, 19 September 2018 in Nairobi, Kenya.

L’environnement de la Lybie: une vue de l’intérieur

Tue, 17/07/2018
Avec un accès difficile et dangereux, l’image que l’on peut avoir de la Libye a tendance à être basée sur les conflits et les crises que l'on voit aux nouvelles. Certains ne s'attendraient pas à ce que la conservation de la nature soit à l'ordre du jour de quiconque, mais elle est bien vivante et ne cesse de croître. Nous obtenons les réactions de deux agents de la conservation de la nature, qui viennent juste de revenir de Libye.
Libyan conservationists looking for tern nests in Farwa, Libya © CEPF Med

Libya’s environment: an insider's view

Tue, 17/07/2018
With difficult and dangerous access, one’s picture of Libya tends to be based on conflict and crisis seen on the news. Some wouldn’t expect nature conservation to be on anyone’s agenda, yet it is alive and growing. We get the reaction from two conservationists that just returned from Libya.
 Le lac abrite diverses espèces d’oiseaux migrateurs tels que les grues © Fabian Haas

Le Kenya annonce une nouvelle aire protégée dans une zone critique montagnarde africaine

Wed, 14/03/2018
La nouvelle zone humide protégée du Lac Ol Bolossat au centre du Kenya qui couvre une superficie de 43,3 km2, est un site d’étape vital pour les oiseaux migrateurs et avait déjà été classée Zone importante pour la conservation des oiseaux.