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03 September 2015
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Make your garden, balcony or school bird-friendly with Spring Alive Migratory birds have already started arriving in Africa after their epic migrations from Europe and Asia. Nature is getting ready for their arrival; are you?
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Up to 65% of migratory birds depend on farmlands for breeding or for resting and feeding. But unhelpful policies and poor implementation are making their lives difficult.
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The shape and position of Italy in the Mediterranean makes it important for birds travelling between Eurasia and Africa. LIPU, BirdLife's partner in Italy, takes stock of the migratory species' conservation status.
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Energy production is increasingly catching up to illegal killing, poisoning and habitat destruction as a major danger to migratory birds.
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The new Euro Bird Portal project logs about 30 million sightings from all over Europe every year, which can help scientists better understand migration, tackle climate change effects on birds and possibly prevent avian flu.
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The project, of which BirdLife is a partner, will be working over 3 years to help change the way we manage farms and forests to better deliver goods and ecosystem services.
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Local Institutions Capacity Building: Two Community Based Organisations (CBOs) and four Lower Local Governments around the mountain gorilla parks in Rwanda and Uganda have benefited from training on project planning and development organised by the International Gorilla Conservation Programme (IGCP) with financial support from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF).
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BirdLife in Spain's Migra initiative is gathered in-depth data on everything to do with the country's migrating species, from black spots and potential threats to routes favoured, speed and altitude of flight.
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A major step for the future of vultures in Asia has been announced by the Indian Ministry of Health. A ban of multi-dose vials of human formulations of diclofenac, which is responsible for the death of tens of millions of Asia’s vultures, has come into force with immediate effect.
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All about the event, plus: how you can witness the wonders of bird migration.
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