Europe and Central Asia
07 Oct 2019

On World Habitat Day, let’s give space back to nature

Today is World Habitat Day. Much can be said about the state of our planet’s natural habitats – but first, let’s try an experiment. Wherever you are reading this from, take a moment to lift your eyes up away from your screen.
Bird puns were the order of the day for BirdLife and the RSPB © Rachel Gartner
23 Sep 2019

Photo essay: speaking out for birds at the Global Climate Strike

Climate change is already beginning to profoundly impact bird populations across the world. Find out which birds we fought for at this week’s Global Climate Strike, and why it’s so important to speak out for nature and people.
14 Aug 2019

7 best things about Birdfair

It’s that time of year again! Birdfair — a.k.a Glastonbury for birders, the pride of Rutland Water, the biggest birding blowout in the UK — is just around the corner. We at BirdLife could not be more excited. Just check out some of the great things Birdfair 2019 has on offer!
13 Aug 2019

Catching fish, not seabirds

New EU law that gives seabirds a fighting chance against bycatch
08 Jul 2019

Highlights from the ‘International Dawn Chorus 2019’ radio broadcast

Earlier this summer, our Irish partner BirdWatch Ireland had the great honour of co-producing the biggest and most ambitious live natural history radio broadcast ever made – the International Dawn Chorus Day. Niall Hatch who took part in the broadcast, shares his highlights from the day.
White Tailed Eagle © Jaroslav Pap courtesy of Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia

Shot and left for dead: help us put an end to this persecution.

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