Noticias desde Birdlife 18 May 2014

05/14/2014 Whitley Fund for Nature rewards BirdLife Bulgarian Partner for its work on the Imperial Eagle

The 2014 Whitley Awards Ceremony was held on the 8th of May at The Royal Geographical Society in London.

05/13/2014 Crowdfunding campaign raises funds to enable Portuguese children to learn about next door nature


A crowdfunding campaign by SPEA (BirdLife in Portugal) will run until the 20th of May to raise funds to re-connect children with their natural environment through the project «Birds of the Alentejo».

05/13/2014 Hopes soar for threatened albatrosses as Prince Charles hears of global conservation success


Later today at a special event at Fishmonger’s Hall in London, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, will hear of the success of a collaboration that is saving the lives of 99% of the globally threatened albatrosses which would otherwise have accidentally perished in a single South African fish

05/13/2014 Reopening the Aznalcóllar mines: unaffordable risk and potential ecological disaster


SEO/BirdLife (BirdLife in Spain) is working hard to make sure that the Aznalcóllar mines, closed since a holding dam burst in 1998, rem

05/12/2014 A simple gesture to preserve Europe’s richest nature sites – contribute now!


On 21 May, the EU will celebrate the Natura 2000 Day for the 2nd year.

05/09/2014 World Migratory Bird Day 2014 spotlights pioneering sustainable tourism initiative


This weekend 10-11 May World Migratory Bird Day 2014 is being celebrated in over 70 countries around the globe.

05/08/2014 Portuguese Priolo Brand promoting sustainable tourism joined by new committed companies


Lands of Priolo comprise the only territory where the rare Azores Bullfinch exists, in the eastern councils of São Miguel Island in Azores (Portugal)

05/07/2014 Loss of farmland birds provokes action from BirdLife Partners


We are currently in the midst of an EU wide crisis that is causing birds to disappear across European farmlands. Biodiversity rich grasslands are being converted on a massive scale to maize fields for the production of biofuels and fodder.

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