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- Pale-throated Wren-babbler (Spelaeornis kinneari): revise global status?
- Painted Bunting (Passerina ciris): revise global status?
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- Bahama Nuthatch (Sitta insularis): revise global status?
- Tawny Eagle (Aquila rapax): revise global status?
- Biking for Birds March 23, 2018You’ve probably heard of a ‘Big Year’. That’s when birdwatchers go out and try to see as many birds as they can in one year. What you probably haven’t heard of is a Big Green Big Year, or BIGBY. That’s when a birder tries to see as many birds as they can by Green Birding […]
- After a 10 year battle, Tanzania's 'Flamingo Factory' is safe March 21, 2018Last week, the conservation world received some extremely good news when the Government of Tanzania decided to abandon plans to construct a soda ash factory at Lake Natron, the most significant breeding site for Lesser Flamingos (Phoeniconaias minor) after becoming aware of the potential impacts. BirdLife International congratulates the Government of the United Republic of […]
- Red Knots plummet by 25% in a year in Tierra del Fuego March 21, 2018This January, surveyors flying over Tierra del Fuego, South America, beheld a sorry sight: the view from the helicopter windows told a dramatically different story to the same time last year. It wasn’t hard to see that the number of rufa Red Knots Calidris canutus overwintering at this site had fallen dramatically – to a shocking 9,840 birds. […]
- Biking for Birds March 23, 2018