The Barn Owl declined by 70% during the 20th Century, as intensive farming practices took their toll on the much-loved countryside bird.

British Barn Owls still struggling to adapt to modern life | BirdLife

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For the past year, Malawi’s department of forestry has been cooperating with the army in a desperate bid to stem the illegal logging that is depleting the country’s forests at a rate of 2.8% per year.

Illegal logging in Malawi: can clean cooking stoves save its forests?

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How intensive agriculture has made farmland birds one of the most threatened bird groups in Europe ⚠

The Vanishing: Europe’s farmland birds | BirdLife

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40% of the world's forests have already been lost. We're fighting to save what remains.

Help us save forests | BirdLife

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Discover incredible species, motivating stories, complex threats, conservation successes and innovative ideas, as we share local solutions for nature conservation in our latest brochure.

The Mediterranean Basin: together for nature | BirdLife

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As the streets grow louder, forests are falling silent. But not here...

The tiny corner of Asia where an Endangered songbird is thriving | BirdLife

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“What’s new and exciting about Motus [the programme] is that it harnesses the collective resources and infrastructure of numerous researchers into one massive collaborative effort.”, explains Stuart Mackenzie, Motus Programme Manager for Bird Studies Canada.

The tiny transmitters tracking birds from North to South America | BirdLife

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A quarter of all globally threatened birds are being further punished by climate change, new study reports.

Climate change could deliver final blow for world’s threatened species | BirdLife

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New study concludes that despite some drawbacks, the method has the potential to become an important tool for ecologists and land managers.

Monitoring birds by drone

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A new study has discovered that on a tiny Singaporean island, this rare bird is bucking global trends ✨

The tiny corner of Asia where an Endangered songbird is thriving | BirdLife

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Codeff is still accepting donations to continue their work to help wildlife affected by forest fires. Please share or donate!

‘Worst ever’ forest fires ravage Chile’s wildlife | BirdLife

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The African island nation of São Tomé and Príncipe is awash with biodiversity, much of which is little-studied

Discovering the remarkable nature of São Tomé and Príncipe | BirdLife

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The most recent nest site survey indicates that the factors that wiped out 70% of British Barn Owls in the 20th Century still impact the beloved species today.

Barn Owls still struggling to adapt to modern life | BirdLife

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Social media acts as their local radio station, their television and newspaper

Saving Lake Oursi with phones and social media | BirdLife

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A new study suggests that half of all threatened terrestrial mammals, and a quarter of threatened birds, are already being negatively impacted by climate change. Could it prove the tipping point?

Climate change could deliver final blow for world’s threatened species | BirdLife

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