Europe and Central Asia
27 Nov 2020

One good tern deserves another….

Back in the spring of 2019, COVID was invisible to you and me - as it lurked and waited to strike. Our BirdLife scientists and policy folks knew it was there, however.
The Skadar Pedunculate Oak has long stalks on its acorns © Montenegrin Ecologists Society
27 Nov 2020

How Balkan botanists saved a threatened oak and are planting thousands more

From saving a monumental old tree to collecting over 20,000 acorns, determined young botanists from Montenegro have high ambitions when it comes to a highly threatened oak subspecies
26 Nov 2020

New European Court of Auditors report on marine environment: “EU

Today, the European Court of Auditors released a new report explaining why the state of nature at sea has not benefited from what EU legislation has set out.
European Storm-petrels regularly travel more than 200 kilometres to find food © Peter Steward
26 Nov 2020

Paperclip-sized tracker reveals intrepid journey of UK’s smallest seabird

Mark Bolton, Principal Conservation Scientist at the RSPB (BirdLife in the UK), explains how a satellite tag the size of a paperclip gave us important new insights into the life of the small but tough European Storm-petrel, and how these discoveries can help us protect it.
25 Nov 2020

Report: The use of the EMFF in Spain between 2014 - 2018

The current European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (2014-2020) pursues the objective of advancing towards environmental, economic and social sustainability in fisheries and aquaculture. It has a total budget of 6.4 billion euros, of which Spain has received around 1.089 billion.
White Tailed Eagle © Jaroslav Pap courtesy of Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia

Shot and left for dead: help us put an end to this persecution.

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BirdLife Europe is a Partnership of 48 national conservation organisations and one of six regional secretariats that compose BirdLife International. Read more about BirdLife Europe

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