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30 November 2012
This week BirdLife and South Korea held a joint workshop in Busan, marking a major step forward for our work with the Asian distant water tuna fleets.
16 November 2012
Today, after a long fight, the European Commission has finally launched an EU Plan of Action to reduce seabird bycatch: the incidental deaths of seabirds ensnared in fishing gears.
25 July 2012
A new report has indicated a healthy increase in the numbers of black-browed albatrosses breeding in the Falkland Islands, a UK Overseas Territory.
15 May 2012
A number of BirdLife partners, including the RSPB, met in Berlin on 3-4 May to look at the problem of seabird bycatch in gillnet fisheries in Europe and identify best practice in ways to tackle the issue.
27 April 2012
All longline vessels in the Indian Ocean will now be required to use two seabird bycatch mitigation measures
9 March 2012
Albatrosses and penguins are among our best-loved seabirds, but a new report shows these birds are increasingly in trouble
12 December 2011
Save stamps, save albatrosses
21 November 2011
Significant hope for the protection of iconic UK birds
3 October 2011
Two internationally acclaimed wildlife artists battled a hurricane and survived to tell the tale – all to raise money for globally threatened albatrosses.
5 August 2011
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22 May 2013
UK nature is in trouble – that is the conclusion of a groundbreaking report published today by a coalition of leading conservation and research organisations.
17 May 2013
RSPB member captures moment excited bird takes a tumble
13 May 2013
By working with the shipping industry we hope to prevent the deaths of further seabirds
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This page was last published on Monday 3 December 2012 at 10:10 PM