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The agricultural matrix has increasingly been recognized for its potential to supplement Protected Areas (PAs) in biodiversity conservation. This potential is highly contextual, depending on composition and spatial configuration of matrix elements...
The agricultural matrix has increasingly been recognized for its potential to supplement Protected Areas (PAs) in biodiversity conservation. Our study provides insights into the effects of different components of vegetation structure on the...
 New study has found that mixed agriculture-forest landscapes near protected areas can also be used to promote conservation of bird biodiversity. Click on the link below to read the full article.
Every year, proceeds from the British Birdwatching Fair go towards a conservation project, chosen and managed by BirdLife. We look back at the successes of the past 30 years. Click on the link below to read the full article. 
Kayangel Atoll is set to become the first inhabited island in the Pacific nation of Palau to be cleared of rats. As well as a healthier ecosystem for fascinating Endangered birds, residents look forward to better livelihoods through increased crop...
The latest data gathered by the BirdLife Partnership reveals that over 240 areas globally important for the conservation of birds are in imminent danger of being lost forever. Explore some of the most imperiled sites, and discover the threats they...
Filmmaker Ian Shive talks about his new Midway Atoll documentary, "Midway: Edge of Tomorrow"Click on the link below to read the full story.
Avitourism is one of the faster growing subsectors of ecotourism, recognized for its economic value. Much of our current understanding of the economic value of avitourism revolves around bird festivals, migration events, or well-known birdwatching...
Efforts to preserve island birds throughout Micronesia are taking place. In Pohnpei, research on the population biology and habitat use of the Micronesian kingfishers is being undertaken, and the results will be applied toward the captive management...