Pacific
 Clinging to existence - one of the few remaining adult Fatu Hiva monarchs © Benjamin Ignace
16 Jul 2021

The race to save the last of the monarchs from extinction

There are only four breeding pairs of Fatu Hiva Monarchs left on earth – the tragic victims of invasive species. Our French Polynesian Partner SOP Manu knows exactly what to do, having brought a similar bird, the Tahiti Monarch, back from the brink of extinction. But they urgently need your help.
Bassian Thrush foraging amid the burned vegetation © Tom Hunt
24 May 2021

Australian bushfire update: hope from the ashes of Kangaroo Island

We all remember the devastation wreaked by the Australian bushfires in early 2020. But what’s been happening since then? Find out about just one of the many wildlife havens BirdLife Australia is helping to restore, thanks to the generosity of BirdLife supporters.
Fidelis Nick has been working for the Tenkile Conservation Alliance since 1999 © David Zeller
20 May 2021

“Nature and forest are part of my life” – we interview a forest protector

Fidelis Nick was born in a remote village in Papua New Guinea and is now Project Officer for Tenkile Conservation Alliance. We sought his unique perspective on forest conservation.
The Antipodean Albatross travels thousands of miles in search of food © Stephanie Borrelle
13 Apr 2021

New tracking data pinpoints danger zones for Antipodean Albatross

Without action, the Antipodean Albatross could go extinct within our lifetimes. To prevent this tragedy, researchers satellite-tracked 63 albatrosses to discover where they encounter the highest accidental ‘bycatch’ in tuna fishing fleets. Find out how we’re working to make these danger zones safe.
Double-banded Plover © Agami Photo Agency / Shutterstock
09 Mar 2021

Double trouble for the Double-banded Plover

A south Pacific shorebird with a very unusual migration pattern, the Double-banded Plover faces different threats whichever route it chooses.
© Pavel Tomkovich

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