Europe and Central Asia
20 Sep 2018

A sky of wonders – The 9th Sagres Festival of Birdwatching

From 4-7 October, birds and birders alike will flock to Sagres in southern Portugal for its internationally renowned Festival of Birdwatching & Nature Activities. This year, the Bonelli’s Eagle promises to be the star of the show.
Joe Sultana was a passionate bird activist and a keen ornithologist © BirdLife Malta
14 Sep 2018

Obituary: bird activist Joe Sultana 1939-2018

A champion of conservation in Malta, and more widely the Mediterranean, Joe Sultana passed away on Tuesday 11th of September at the age of 78. Throughout his life, his passion and dedication for conservation inspired action both within Malta and internationally.
Tern terraces on Coquet Island © Paul Morrison
11 Sep 2018

Road to recovery for the Roseate Tern

Neighbouring BirdLife partners, RSPB (UK) and BirdWatch Ireland, have joined forces to put Europe’s rarest breeding seabird, the roseate tern, on the road to recovery.
07 Sep 2018

Algarve fires menace Bonelli’s Eagle

After the recent fires across the Algarve, BirdLife’s Portuguese partner, SPEA, sounds the alarm for the region’s important Bonelli’s Eagle population.
24 Aug 2018

SEO/BirdLife calls on all to show they truly believe in Doñana’s uniqueness

The spring rainfall, generously flooding a large part of Doñana, has made it a hotbed of fauna and flora this year, pride of place going to the hundreds of bird species that live there.
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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