News from BirdLife International

Vultures need you

African & Eurasian Vultures are in severe trouble—most species perilously close to extinction. We're calling for contributions to a new 12-year Action Plan to save them.

From Rome with Love

Read the editorial of March's edition of the BirdLife Europe & Central Asia newsletter here!

The Bird Bulletin

Every Friday morning, we’ll bring you bite-sized updates from all across Europe & Central Asia – now you can kick start every weekend with ‘what a little bird told me’!

Argentina approves measures to save seabirds

The use of measures to prevent seabird bycatch deaths has just been approved by the Argentinean government—a decision that will save the lives of thousands of seabirds.

From Rutland to the world

A record-breaking donation has been presented by Birdfair to BirdLife for protecting threatened sites in Africa and supporting tomorrow's conservation heroes

Urban Tree Sparrows: throng in Hong Kong

For people in built-up areas, this bird represents their only interaction with wildlife. A census reveals the Tree Sparrow’s love for air vents, pipes and wall cracks

Argentina will have two new National Parks

At the stroke of a pen, the largest saltwater lake of South America, Mar Chiquita, and the nearby Estancia Pinas are now set to become National Parks.

Curlews in crisis?

New research suggests that the Numeniini - a tribe of large waders including Curlews and Godwits - could be the most endangered birds you've never heard about.

Why do birds sing?

Trills and chirps, songs of love and warning shrieks, whistles through the wind in mid-flight – but why do birds sing? We decode the secret language of birds.

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