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BSPB helps for the development of touristic brands in Albania

21.12.2015
On 4 th of December, a workshop for development of touristic brands for the Key Biodiversity Areas (KBA) along the Adriatic coast of Albania (Narta, Karaburun and Butrinti) was held in Vlora in...See more

Bird identification course organized for second time within 2015 in Albania

15.12.2015
Due to the high interest in the pilot bird identification training held in May 2015 in Albania , in December 4-7 th a second course on this topic was organized by the Association for...See more

Early-Winter Count of birds at Poda Protected Site was done by BSPB members from Burgas

14.12.2015
On 12.12.2015 the BSPB members from Burgas carried out an Early-Winter Count of birds at Poda Protected Site . The count was organized by the Poda Nature Conservation Centre, which is the...See more

New scientific publication reveals interesting facts on the diet of Egyptian Vultures in the Balkans

14.12.2015
New scientific publication of The Return of the Neophron LIFE+ project in the journal Bird Conservation International gives insight on the relationships between diet composition and diversity,...See more

The Messengers: what birds tell us about the threats from climate change

27.11.2015
A new report, jointly published by BirdLife International and the National Audubon Society, draws on bird science showing that climate change is already affecting life, and that negative effects...See more

Conservation of Globally Threatened Geese under AEWA

19.11.2015
Bonn, 12 November 2015 - At a side event, the Hellenic Ornithological Society ( HOS ), the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust ( WWT ) and the UNEP/AEWA Secretariat presented results of their...See more

THE EUROPEAN CEMENT ASSOCIATION AND BIRDLIFE ADOPT JOINT POSITION ON EU NATURE DIRECTIVES: BETTER IMPLEMENTATION TO BENEFIT BIODIVERSITY

16.11.2015
Birdlife Europe and CEMBUREAU have joined forces to identify ways in which the implementation of the Birds and Habitats Directives could be enhanced to the benefit of biodiversity and nature...See more

Conservationists warn Africa’s vultures are sliding towards extinction

09.11.2015
Six of Africa’s 11 vulture species – the continent’s largest and most recognizable birds of prey – are now at a higher risk of extinction, according to the latest...See more

Major EU countries join fight to protect European Nature Laws

31.10.2015
Key European nature laws have just been given a massive boost as a number of major EU countries, led by Germany, call for them to be protected. The Birds and Habitats Directives , also...See more

Results from the toxicological and parasitological analysis of Egyptian Vultures from Bulgaria and Greece

28.10.2015
The Egyptian Vulture is declining throughout most of its distribution range. In the Balkan Peninsula, the population has declined from over 500 pairs in the 80es to less than 80 pairs currently (...See more
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