They started out as three staff in a rented room, and have become a national institution with the country’s biggest citizen science database. Read about the journey of our Polish Partner OTOP, from hatchling to fully-fledged conservation organisation.
A day after the official end of the COP26 global climate negotiations and with an agreement hanging in the balance until the final minutes, the UK Presidency brought down the gavel to adopt the Glasgow Climate Pact, the most important new agreement on climate since the Paris Agreement of 2015.
Today is the inauguration of Robin Redbreast Day, November 12th – what, you say? Never heard of it. Well, mark your calendars from now on, as this special day helps BirdLife International and her partners in saving birds and their habitats, with a special focus on raising awareness about keeping common birds common.
You might think birds living on remote islands are safe from the negative impacts of human activity – but this is not the case. Read the latest discoveries about three rare islands birds, coming hot off the press from BirdLife’s peer-reviewed journal.
As countries rebuild their economies after the COVID-19 pandemic, BirdLife is here to make sure they put nature at the heart of their recovery plans. Find out about the Green Recovery Principles that BirdLife is championing at this year’s major environmental conferences.
The feathers of Audouin’s Gulls are predominately white except for their pale grey upper wings and black outer wings. They have dark eyes and blood-red bills with a black and yellow tip. Their legs have a dark grey, almost greenish colour. The male and female birds look very similar.
Although agricultural lands comprise just over 12% of Jordan’s territory, it contributes up to 20% of the national income. Unfortunately, Jordan’s agriculture is threatened by urban expansion, land fragmentation and climate change. Discover how we’re helping to combat this by training local communities in traditional practices.