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South Pacific Bulletin: Connecting the Albatross Task Force across the globe
Our work in the ATF generally brings us into close contact with the community, without which we would not be able to explain the phenomenon of seabird bycatch and our mission to reduce the impact on vulnerable species (see here for an example ). During these activities we always share our experiences...
14 Feb 2013
Youth Participation - Lessons from Malaysia!
Ross Watson, RSPB Operations Team Leader at Abernethy National Nature Reserve, is about to go on the trip of a lifetime. Find out about his journey to Malaysia for the World Youth Foundation Conference. From Abernethy to the Rainforest This is something of a first for me - I have never written...
26 Nov 2012
One Day on Earth 11.11.11
During our work we quite often get the opportunity do something completely different! One such day was towards the end of last year...the 11 November 2011...or more commonly known as 11.11.11. On this day, students, filmmakers, NGOs and the general public across the globe had a 24 hour period in which...
9 Jul 2012
Mass seabird mortality events in central Chile
The last few months have seen several reports in local and international press of dead birds on beaches of central Chile. Specifically, a mass mortality of sea birds was recorded in May on the shores of the town of Rocas de Santo Domingo . The first reports mentioned some 2,000 dead seabirds within four...
28 Jun 2012
Tropical Forests - Getting involved internationally with the RSPB
Tropical forests are home to 6 million species, including some of the world's most enigmatic and endangered wildlife. They provide food, water and medicines, and act as carbon stores to help in the fight against climate change. But tropical forests are in trouble. Every four seconds an area the...
1 Jun 2012
The RSPB Wants YOU! - Professional & Specialist Volunteers
In the current economic climate, people are looking to add to their CV, broaden their skills and experience and offer their “expertise” to charitable organisations. Why not challenge yourself and make new contacts too! So what do they do, who are these people? Someone just like you .....
30 Mar 2012
15 million hectares of globally important sites now better protected in Kazakhstan
(Posted on behalf of Geoff Welch) Kazakhstan does 'big' really, really well! In the UK we are not used to the vastness of space that is Kazakhstan. The world's largest landlocked country has almost 15 million hectares of Important Bird Areas (IBAs). If you tried to fit the RSPB's nature...
26 Mar 2012
Southern Brazil and Uruguay, a sea of similarities
Last month I returned from my most recent trip, this time aboard on the FV Maria , the same longliner that I had worked with last winter. We spent 19 days at sea and conducted 15 longline sets. In order to minimize seabird interactions all these sets were performed with a tori line deployed and were...
22 Dec 2011
Collaborative experiments in Uruguay
I’m leaving for sea tomorrow on a tuna boat, hoping to have a good trip and that what I learn will be of use for the conservation of the seabirds we are working to protect. This trip is an experiment to investigate the efficiency of an under-water setting capsule to reduce, and possibly...
26 Oct 2010
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