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Spot the birds

Tue, 26/01/2021
2020 was an unusual year with many unexpected events taking place beyond our control,

Natura Alert: Using citizen science to protect nature

Thu, 17/12/2020

Since the late 1970s, the BirdLife Partnership has worked together to  identify, docume

Critically Endangered lark rebounds after reintroduction success

Thu, 10/12/2020
Once confined to just one tiny, exposed rocky islet, the Raso Lark is now breeding on a second larger island and showing great signs of recovery thanks to ground-breaking conservation work in Cabo Verde

New European Breeding Bird Atlas 2

Thu, 03/12/2020
Today, with the European Bird Census Council, we jointly launch the second edition of the European Breeding Bird Atlas, probably citizen science project ever done in the planet. The atlas is a milestone for nature conservation in Europe, and it involved our BirdLife family for more than 5 years.

Nature is in crisis. The Parliament's report on the Biodiversity Strategy needs to reflect this

Wed, 02/12/2020
Ahead of the adoption by the European Parliament of its own initiative report on the

Open letter: make the CAP trilogues transparent

Mon, 30/11/2020
The CAP, the Common Agricultural Policy, costs us €387 billion in public money, and has a tremendous impact on Europe’s farmers, biodiversity and climate. You would think EU negotiations on the future of such an important issue would be transparent, right? Well, you'd be wrong.

One good tern deserves another….

Fri, 27/11/2020
Back in the spring of 2019, COVID was invisible to you and me - as it lurked and waited to strike. Our BirdLife scientists and policy folks knew it was there, however.