Despite the work of conservation organisations new pieces of nature get destroyed every day and their value for wildlife is lost. The loss of biodiversity continues at a pace outstripping our efforts. To reverse this baneful trend we no longer can rely on nature protection alone.
11/26/2014 Say NO to birds in a cage and on a plate
BirdLife Partner SPEA launches a new campaign to stop the illegal capture and sale of birds in Portugal.
Are you aware that with the simple click of a mouse you can buy a Great Tit online?…
Imagine a place where the Armenian, Turkish, Iranian and Azerbaijani borders converge on the banks of the Araks River, a place home to 220 bird species, a place full of water, plants and animals.
Over 40% of marine Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (marine IBAs) in Europe are not protected, and two thirds of EU countries only protect 3% or less of their marine area (Territorial sea and Exclusive Economic Zones).
Stop Press: Camac Energy has cancelled its plans at Arabuko-Sokoke Forest coastal forest amid fears that it
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.