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Calling for volunteers in New Caledonia
The STOT-NC is a program for monitoring landbirds of New Caledonia led by the Société Calédonienne d'Ornithologie (SCO – BirdLife in New Caledonia)...
New guidebook for New Caledonia's birds
A new guidebook has been published by SCO (BirdLife in New Caledonia) which gives a concise description of the breeding, migratory and sea birds found within the Pacific country...
Singing Kagu in focus
The Endangered Kagu of New Caledonia is an iconic bird that symbolises the challenges faced by many island species in the modern era.
Rat eradication success in New Caledonia
Follow up surveys has confirmed that three important seabird islands are officially rat-free, and bird populations are showing signs of recovery...
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