Here at the RSPB we are very proud of our role in the global alliance BirdLife International. Clearly our primary mission is here in the UK but we’ve always recognised the threats to birds, indeed all of nature, aren’t limited by national boundaries. Conservation is an international issue.
BirdLife International is celebrating its 20th anniversary (its predecessor the International Council for Bird Preservation started 90 years ago) and we work with other BirdLife partners to share expertise and help tackle some of the greatest threats to the natural world.
The Tana River Delta is one of the world’s great wildlife sites, and together with local people BirdLife partner, Nature Kenya, has been successfully campaigning to save the delta from a variety of threats.
This blog has followed the story, here’s an earlier post, and we’ve just received this newsletter (attached as a pdf) from Nature Kenya which I thought I’d share with you.
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