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10 November 2014
The Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) has agreed a set of guidelines to tackle causes of poisoning and ratified a groundbreaking Action Plan to save more than 400 bird species.
7 November 2014
UK is the world’s number one penguin nation, with more penguins under the nation’s jurisdiction than any other county on earth
3 November 2014
Populations of common bird species have declined in Europe in the past 30 years, but some rarer birds have increased in numbers, say the University of Exeter, the RSPB and the Pan-European Common Bird Monitoring Scheme (PECBMS).
27 October 2014
Today [Monday 27 October], the UK Government has ‘the perfect opportunity to solve some of the biggest conservation problems facing the world in one stroke’, according to experts from wildlife charities the RSPB and WWT.
22 October 2014
English egg collector who 'exported' crime to Bulgaria convicted
13 October 2014
The number of vultures dying from diclofenac contamination in India has reduced by more than two thirds between 2005 and 2009, according to a study published today in an issue of the journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (B) on the risk and impacts of pharmaceuticals in the environment.
3 October 2014
Nature is in crisis, and a new study is urging Governments to redouble efforts to save it
24 June 2014
A new analysis shows so-called neonic pesticides are causing significant damage to a range of beneficial insects
27 May 2014
Veterinary diclofenac is now ‘a global problem’ threatening a host of already vulnerable birds of prey
20 May 2014
A new report reveals the unique and threatened species of the UK's overseas wildlife
13 May 2014
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, will hear of the success of a collaboration that is saving the lives of 99 per cent of the globally-threatened albatrosses which would otherwise have accidentally perished in a single South African fishery
16 January 2014
The UK's overseas territories are jewels of threatened wildlife: so why isn't the UK Government doing more to protect them?
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18 December 2014
One of Britain's rarest beetles is discovered for the first time at Welsh reserve
Fundraisers mark centenary of passenger pigeon extinction with gruelling challenges to save the turtle dove.
15 December 2014
Bitterns - elusive heron-like birds once extinct in the UK - have had a record year in England with the highest number of individuals recorded since the 1800s, thanks to support from an EU conservation programme.
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