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07 May 2020

Grey-breasted Parakeet recovers from three fledglings to a thousand

In 2012, researchers made the alarming discovery that this vivacious parakeet was now confined to a single small region in northeastern Brazil. Find out how their campaign has seen the birds make a remarkable comeback from three fledglings in 2010 to a cumulative total of 1,165 fledglings.
Almost all casualties were Hooded Vultures (Critically Endangered) © R. Maximiliane / Shutterstock
05 May 2020

Investigating the mystery behind Guinea-Bissau’s mass vulture deaths

Earlier this year, the shocking, and unexplained, discovery of numerous clusters of dead vultures across Guinea-Bissau rocked the conservation world. However, investigations are shedding light on the crime behind the deaths, and ensuring a safer future for these Critically Endangered birds in the country.
30 Apr 2020

5 vital projects that will continue in 2020

The good thing about BirdLife is that, as a truly global organisation, we’re already great at staying connected, even when we’re thousands of miles apart. Here are just a few of the ways our work will carry on over the coming months, even if it’s from our living rooms…
Even reaching the islands and unloading equipment was a major challenge © Fred Jacq
28 Apr 2020

Marquesas fact-finding mission sheds light on Endangered native birds

In November 2019, a BirdLife-led team camped out on one of the world’s remotest islands to learn more about the Endangered birds we urgently need to save. Here’s what they discovered…
Regent Honeyeater © Dean Ingwersen / BirdLife Australia
24 Apr 2020

From the ashes: 5 birds affected by Australia's bushfires

The Australian bushfires of late 2019 and early 2020 gave much cause for heartbreak and angst. With the smoke finally clearing, read about five affected bird species and the efforts underway to help bring them back from the brink.
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22 Apr 2020

Our campaign to make a healthy natural environment a human right

On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the BirdLife Partnership is launching a bold new campaign to add a new article to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: the right to a healthy natural environment. Find out why this addition is so crucial and read our letter to the UN Secretary-general.
Albania has the only Dalmatian Pelican breeding site on the Adriatic coast © Taulant Bino
17 Apr 2020

The battle to keep Albania's protected areas protected

After a momentous victory to protect a National Park from development, Albania’s entire protected area system came under threat. Here’s how a local coalition of NGOs reacted.
16 Apr 2020

Champions of the Flyway: Staying home to save the Steppe Eagle

Two human qualities that can’t be confined, even in the face of a global pandemic, are ingenuity and solidarity.  
The Marine Protected Area covers important Grey-headed Albatross colonies © John Dickens
15 Apr 2020

New research shows sustainable fishing and conservation can coexist

In the sub-Antarctic, intrepid expeditions and satellite tracking data have allowed us to pinpoint important feeding and breeding zones for seabirds and seals. This valuable information helps planners to minimise the overlap between fisheries and wildlife.
Greater Mouse-eared Bat © C. Robiller / Naturlichter.de
09 Apr 2020

Important update: bats do not spread COVID-19

There have been reports from across the world of bat culling in a misplaced attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19. As an advocate for the protection of all nature, BirdLife is disseminating the following scientific update in order to clarify the facts and end this ecologically damaging practice.

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Participants take part in WWD celebrations in Uganda, organized by Nature Uganda  © Jonathan Onongo
08 Apr 2020

A look back at BirdLife Africa's World Wildlife Day celebrations 2020

On 3 March every year, people across the world gather to celebrate and raise awareness of the world's wild flora and fauna. From films and exhibitions to nature walks and face paining, here's a look back at the diverse ways the BirdLife Partnership marked the day across Africa.
Santa Marta Blossomcrown © Martin Mecranowski / Shutterstock
06 Apr 2020

We are all connected – for worse, but also for better

The rapid spread of Coronavirus has shown us that the world is even more connected than we realised – and that our connections are also the key to facing this emergency together. Could the world’s rallying cry against current crisis be a hopeful sign of the environmental sea change to come?
50% of the world's Spoon-Billed Sandpipers (Critically Endangered) overwinter here © Yann Muzika
03 Apr 2020

Myanmar shorebirds get four-fold expansion in protected wetland

One of Asia’s most important shorebird sanctuaries has just quadrupled in size thanks to years of advocacy from our Myanmar Partner. Here's how they connected insight with action to help birds on the brink and the people who live alongside them.
The Obô snail's shell alone can reach a whopping 13.5 centimetres © Vasco Pissarra
01 Apr 2020

Protecting the forest giants

On the remote African islands of São Tomé and Príncipe, conservationists are using education and storytelling to protect a unique snail and the forest it lives in – before it gets forgotten forever.
The fen landscape
30 Mar 2020

Reviving the fen: therapy for Europe's lungs in Belarus

Fens are natural wetland habitats: a precious home to nature. Unfortunately, some fens risk being drained for farming, threatening both biodiversity and the climate...
Arctic tern © Markus Varesvuo

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