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A bird said to have the aerodynamic build of a “jet fighter” has been tracked flying more than 12,000km (7,500 miles) from Alaska to New Zealand, setting a new world record for avian non-stop flight.
'Jet fighter' godwit breaks world record for non-stop bird flight
22 October 2020
The number of knot feeding and flying to create swirling dark clouds of birds on the Norfolk coast has reached record numbers.
Knot numbers hit record level at RSPB Snettisham
22 October 2020
In order to encourage change in areas of animal welfare and nature protection, ORCA supports authentic citizens’ initiatives from all over Serbia.
Citizen engagement and animal protection in Serbia
20 October 2020
A new landmark report from BirdLife International uses bird conservation successes to outline recommended solutions that could help the next set of targets to succeed.
New report: birds provide hopeful message on targets to save nature
5 October 2020
French government risks paying huge fines if it bows to pressure from hunting lobby.
The European Commission orders France to outlaw 'barbaric' glue traps for birds
10 August 2020
Paris has ignored a letter of formal notice sent by the European Commission in July last year, which calls on French authorities to stop illegal bird hunting.
France reprimanded over controversial bird hunting practices
22 June 2020
In 2018 Member States reported 246,571 cases of campylobacteriosis. The highest occurrence was detected in chicken meat (37.5%) and turkey meat (28.2%).
Campylobacteriosis is the most commonly reported zoonotic disease in the EU
11 May 2020
Sweeping changes to a wildlife protection law were passed in Parliament on Wednesday (March 25), with the amendments to the Wild Animals and Birds Act conferring greater protection on Singapore's native flora and fauna.
The Parliament of Singapore votes for more protection for native wildlife and harsher penalties for offenders
25 March 2020
A population of North Island robins in a New Zealand sanctuary provides a unique system for investigating the memory skills of birds in the wild.
Wild birds remember a novel task for nearly two years
24 February 2020
The conservation of migratory species of wild animals is the subject of the decision published by the Council of the European Union.
EU position to be taken at CoP on conservation of migratory species
17 February 2020
Letting cats roam freely outdoors should be forbidden due to their negative impact on birds and other wildlife, an article in the Journal for Environmental Law published on Wednesday argues.
If your cat goes outside it could be violating European law
27 November 2019
Did you know that changes in bird populations are an excellent sign of how well our planet is doing? And, right now, bird populations are in decline!
Where have all the birds gone? Their populations are in decline, says IFOAM
19 November 2019
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