Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals
EVERY operation undertaken by the Guardia Civil is given a special name and when the Nature arm, Seprona, started an investigation into the illegal export of Angulas (elvers or juvenile eels) it wa
After a slow spring, Stephen Moss’s favourite summer visitors have all returned to Somerset – cuckoo, swift, hobby and a surprise redstart
A new research paper, just published in the journal Conservation Letters by scientists at the RSPB (BirdLife in the UK) Centre for Conservation Science, is the latest in a line of scientific eviden
Ornithologists hope for glimpse of species reported to have been seen in Wales and west country
The location of seabird colonies along the northern Norwegian coast is strongly controlled by fish larvae and plankton 'hot spots,' where currents and the contours of the coast concentrate food for
Ten slender black and white birds are wading through the water, their red, stick-like legs folding and unfolding
The scene is the criminal court in Perpignan in south-west France.
As a vast tusk-burning ceremony unfolded on May 1 in Nairobi, French Minister of Ecology, Ségolène Royal, announced a complete ban on ivory trade on French soil.