Twice a year, billions of migratory birds embark on incredible journeys across the globe. These birds follow specific routes called flyways, which act as super-highways in the sky. Their journey takes them south for the winter and back north in the spring to breed.
Le GREPOM mène des activités de conservation sur ce site depuis des années à travers des suivis réguliers et des activités de sensibilisation en faveur des étudiants, écoliers et population locale.
GREPOM (BirdLife Partner in Morocco) has been carrying out conservation activities in this site through regular monitoring and awareness-raising activities for students, schoolchildren, and the local population.
Since 2005, Nature Conservation Egypt (NCE), BirdLife Partner in Egypt has been involved in protecting migratory bird species in the country. Through specialized scientific research, advocacy, education and outreach, NCE supports species, their habitats, and local communities.
New research highlights the staggering footprint of tuna fisheries, most of which operate at the most dangerous time for albatrosses, representing a major threat to these iconic seabirds.
We talk to Jonathan Handley, Senior Marine IBA/KBA Officer at BirdLife and lead author of a recent study identifying globally important sites for seabirds across the Falkland Islands, using methods that can help identify other critical areas around the world.
Found on the forest floors of peninsular Malaysia, rapid deforestation has destroyed much of the enigmatic Malay Peacock-pheasant’s habitat in recent decades, and the species was sadly uplisted to Endangered on the IUCN Red List in 2022.