Americas
21 Jun 2019

After the Storm: Can This Rediscovered Bird Recover?

Amongst the destruction and tragedy on Grand Bahama caused by Hurricane Matthew, there is an untold story of a rediscovered bird. But with a potential population of just two, can the Bahama Nuthatch recover?
29 May 2019

Obituary: Celso Rocha de Oliveira 1958-2019

A strong promoter of Hookpod trials and member of the Albatross Task Force in Brazil has passed away.
10 May 2019

First Blue-eyed Ground-dove chick recorded

In great news for the Critically Endangered species, a chick has been seen close to fledging.
This Colombian team will be using conservation to keep water clean © Jose Barros
12 Apr 2019

Think millennials are apathetic about conservation? Think again

If you think millennials are too busy looking at their phones to care about conservation, you haven’t met these young people. Every year, we grant funding and support to young people whose new, fresh ideas are changing the way we protect the planet. Here are this year’s winners.
10 Jan 2019

Five ways our partners are working to prevent the next Spix's Macaw

Following the announcement of the first bird extinctions this decade, here's what BirdLife partners are doing to protect rare birds, and protect more from going extinct.

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Pink Pigeon © Chris Moody/Shutterstock
21 Dec 2018

En Bolivia se plantaron 25,500 platines de Polylepis

La complicada geografía del Parque Nacional Madidi es el escenario perfecto para dar vida a una de las zonas más diversas del planeta. Desde BirdLife América nos preguntamos ¿cómo conservar su magia y protegerlo frente a los factores que lo amenazan?
14 Dec 2018

23 Condors Killed by Poison in Argentina

23 Andean Condors have been killed in Patagonia, Argentina, by a strong pesticide whose sale is prohibited in the country. These attacks follow ones in Jujuy and Mendoza provinces, and have conservation organizations extremely worried, as they represent a severe threat to the species.
The Canada Warbler overwinters in Colombia © Jayne Gulbrand
29 Nov 2018

Building birding trails in Colombia - before loggers can get there

Peace in Colombia is attracting tourists – but also logging. Can a new generation of young birding guides protect its spectacularly species-rich habitats?
07 Nov 2018

Leandro Tamini, líder del Albatross Task Force, ganó el Premio Marsh

Entrevistamos a Leandro Tamini, líder del Albaross Task Force en Argentina, quien ganó el Premio Marsh de Liderazgo en la Conservación Marina, un reconocimiento entregado a las personas u organizaciones que logran un gran impacto en la conservación.
All photos © Albatross Task Force
01 Nov 2018

Albatross Task Force leader wins major award with seabird-saving invention

We interview the leader of the Albatross Task Force in Argentina, Leandro Tamini, who has won the Marsh Award for Marine Conservation Leadership, which recognises people or organisations having a profound impact on marine conservation.
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Who we are

Who we are

The BirdLife Americas Partnership is a growing network of national conservation NGOs, working hard joining-up conservation between the Canadian tundra and Tierra del Fuego.  Read more about BirdLife Americas

What we do

What we do

BirdLife America’s Partnership published a directory of the 2,450 most important sites for birds so far identified in all 57 countries or territories in the Americas. Read more about our Programmes in Americas.

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Of the world's 10,000+ species of birds, around 4,500 are found in the Americas, as well as several of the highest ranking countries for threatened bird species. Read more about our regional network.

Marvelous Spatuletail © Dubi Shapiro