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Prozac may be harming bird populations, study suggests

Starlings who were fed same levels of antidepressant drug found in sewage earthworms suffered loss of libido and appetite.

21 October 2014

Poisoned vulture could herald European bird crisis

Death linked to drugs whose use in cattle devastated vulture populations in India

16 October 2014

Birds that migrate from UK to Africa in winter declining drastically, RSPB says

Nightingale and turtle dove among populations that have seen dramatic long-term fall in number, annual RSPB report says

16 October 2014

Slender-billed curlew: Where has Europe's rarest bird gone?

The Danube delta, where the river flows into the Black Sea, is a magnet for birds - the lakes and marshes are host to more than 300 different species.

15 October 2014

Armi, piombo e malattie

Le munizioni per la caccia sono l'unica importante fonte del pericoloso metallo rimasta nell'ambiente.

07 October 2014

Saker Falcon Global Action Plan (SakerGAP) Published and Available Online!

The Coordinating Unit of the CMS Raptors MOU is pleased to announce that the Saker Falcon Falco cherrug Global Action Plan (SakerGAP) has been published and is freely available online at the CMS 11th Conference of the Parties website (see Conference Documents > Doc.

07 October 2014

Día de las aves

Están por todas partes y con sus voces componen todos los paisajes sonoros.

04 October 2014

Gamekeeper found guilty of poisoning 10 buzzards and a sparrowhawk

Court rejects Allen Lambert’s claim dead birds of prey were planted on Norfolk estate by dog-walker with grudge against him

02 October 2014

How can we stop the persecution of birds of prey?

This summer three rare breeding Montagu harriers were fitted with lightweight tracking devices. Last week two of them migrated to West Africa.

29 September 2014

New controversy over Malta's bird slaughter

Island MP Karmenu Vella nominated as European commissioner to head green policies, including wildlife protection

29 September 2014