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Bird puns were the order of the day for BirdLife and the RSPB © Rachel Gartner

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

Mon, 23/09/2019
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.

Graeme Gibson obituary

Fri, 20/09/2019
As co-president of BirdLife International's Rare Bird Club, novelist Graeme Gibson worked tirelessly to the champion the cause of birds, both in his native Canada, and globally.
Evening Grosbeak © Jay McGowan, Macaulay Library, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

America’s 3 billion missing birds: where did they go?

Thu, 19/09/2019
A new study shows that the USA and Canada have lost more than a quarter of their birds over the past 50 years. This massive reduction in abundance involves hundreds of species, from beloved backyard songbirds to long-distance migrants. So what’s going on?

EDAMA Association holds Power Breakfast for Safer Flyways

Wed, 18/09/2019

In cooperation with BirdLife International and the Royal Society for the Conservation o

© Chaona Phiri

BirdWatch Zambia Celebrates a Conservation Milestone

Wed, 11/09/2019
On 31st August and 1 September 2019, BirdWatch Zambia (BWZ) - BirdLife International partner in Zambia, marked a milestone, celebrating 50 years of conservation in the country.

Critical decisions made for vultures, songbirds & other birds threatened by illegal trade

Wed, 11/09/2019
At a crucial meeting in Switzerland last month, governments of more than 180 countries made critical decisions to manage the escalating international trade in wildlife including vultures, songbirds, hornbills, parrots and a number of other bird species. Here are some of the highlights.

Workshop Against Illegal Trade in Birds of Prey: The Declaration

Wed, 11/09/2019

We, the Participants of the Workshop Against Illegal Trade in Birds of Prey That took p

© Felicien Karekezi Uwizeye

Using science and community approaches to fight climate change

Mon, 09/09/2019
Climate change is affecting the livelihoods of the population around the world. Challenging situations require innovative interventions and BirdLife is working hand in hand with local communities, who have unique knowledge of their landscapes, to build alternatives in Rwanda and Burundi.
Collared Sand Martin © Frank Vassen

Discover the Collared Sand Martin's unique relationship with quarries

Mon, 09/09/2019
Migratory birds are arriving in Africa, and now there’s a new Spring Alive species to look out for - the Collared Sand Martin. Discover its unique relationship with quarries, and find out how one particular extraction company is making sure this species is safe at their sites.