11/20/2014 Inspiring hope through Ecosystem Restoration
The largest remaining protected fragment of the East African Coastal forest– Arabuko-Sokoke Forest – is facing a new threat: seismic surveys for oil and gas.
Many bird species in Serbia are subject to poaching and captivity for commercial reasons.
Fishing, logging, mining, agriculture and other activities to satisfy our growing appetite for resources are threatening the survival of the Pacific Bluefin Tuna, Chinese Pufferfish, American Eel and Chinese Cobra, while the destruction of habitat has caused the extinction of a Malaysian mollusc
BirdLife Cyprus recently released a new and updated version of their book Important Bird Areas of Cyprus, considered to be the most comprehensive, geographically complete and up-to-date catalogue of the most Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBA) in the country.
11/17/2014 Egg collector is sent to jail with the collaboration of BirdLife Bulgarian and British Partners
When Jan Frederick Ross first moved from his native England to Bulgaria in 2004 escaping justice, he believed that continuing his illicit activities in the Balkan country would not cause him any problems. He kept collecting eggs illegally, disregarding the seriousness of the crime and the fact that sooner or later it could be uncovered.
BirdLife International has started using a new media-rich information sharing technology to tell its conservation stories in a more indepth and interactive way – beginning with the story of IBAs in Danger.
More than 350 of the planet’s most important sites for nature are threatened with being lost forever according to a new report by BirdLife International.