Birds

Growing threat to England's curlews from climate change

Much-loved birds including curlews and cuckoos are under a growing threat from climate change in England, according to a new report.

22 July 2015

Starlings on Prozac: How pharmaceuticals may affect wildlife

Recent research suggests that the commonly prescribed psychiatric drug, Prozac, occurs at environmentally relevant concentrations that can significantly alter behaviour and physiology in wild birds

15 July 2015

Las cigüeñas reciben el alta

Caltia llora, inconsolable. El pollo de cigüeña que acaba de ayudar a soltar se ha marchado tras desperezarse, dar unos saltitos y probar un poco sus alas sin atreverse a volar todavía.

15 July 2015

The Truth about Vultures

We think they're disgusting for their habit of eating decaying carcasses, but look more closely and vultures have a beauty all their own

14 July 2015

Countries Meet to Tackle Threats to Europe’s Most Endangered Bird of Prey

Bonn / Abu Dhabi, 13 July 2015 – Government officials, NGOs and experts from over 30 countries met from 5 to 8 July in Sofia, Bulgaria, to develop a Flyway Action Plan for the Egyptian Vulture.

13 July 2015

Next AEWA Standing Committee Meeting to Take Place in Uganda

The 10th Meeting of the AEWA Standing Committee (StC10) is being held from 8-10 July in Kampala at the kind invitation of the Ugandan Government. It will be the first time that the Standing Committee has met in Africa.

10 July 2015

Indonésie: arrêté pour avoir vendu des aigles sur Facebook

Un homme a été interpellé en Indonésie pour avoir vendu des aigles sur le réseau social Facebook, a indiqué mercredi la police, précisant que le commerce de cette espèce protégée éta

08 July 2015

Cooperation Between World Heritage for the Benefit of Migratory Birds: The Wadden Sea and Banc d’Arguin

Bonn, 8 July 2015 - Two natural World Heritage Sites - the Wadden Sea shared by Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands - and the Banc d’Arguin in Mauretania  are two critically impor

08 July 2015