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New Study Provides First Direct Evidence of Feral Cats in Hawaii Killing Endangered Hawaiian Petrel

Press-release from the American Bird Conservancy, Washington, D.C., April 17, 2013 A new study by federal and university scientists has provided the first direct videographic evidence of depredation of the endangered Hawaiian Petrel by feral cats. The study affirms large […]

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American Bird Conservancy: Bermuda Petrel population becoming ‘self-sustaining’

Bird Once Thought Extinct for Over 300 Years Now Numbers Over 100 Nesting Pairs

http://www.abcbirds.org/newsandreports/stories/120411.html, April 11, 2012:

The recovery program for a bird once believed extinct, the

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Vietnam: New site for Endangered Grey-crowned Crocias

Welcome news via BirdLife that one of the rarest birds in Vietnam, has just been discovered at a new location in Kon Tum Province significantly extending its known

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Save the biodiversity of Samoa

From www.samoanbirds.com

"The tropical rainforest of the Samoan islands are home to two unique species of bird found nowhere else on earth: the Ma’oma’o

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Australia: Rare cockatoos now face starvation threat

This one article, by Katie Robertson of PerthNow which also owns the photo above, perfectly sums up the firestorm facing so many birds today: human population growth

BirdLife: Global assessment identifies world’s most important wildlife forests

An interesting study by BirdLife scientists which - I would think I'm right in saying - probably identifies a number of forests that are unknown to most people

ABC: Endangered El Oro Parakeet helped by new land acquisition

Press-release from the American Bird Conservancy, Washington, D.C., December 20, 2011:

 

A critical, 318-acre parcel of land in southwestern Ecuador has been acquired as part of the Buenaventura

Black-faced Spoonbill Found Injured in Japan

The beautiful Black-faced Spoonbill Platalea minor is a Globally Endangered endemic confined to East Asia, and based on the international census in 2010 has a world population of

Undulated Antpitta showing on cue at Peruvian reserve

Interesting press-release from the American Bird Conservancy today detailing how the beautiful and very elusive Undulated Antpitta Grallaria squamigera has joined a growing list of antpitta species

Rodent eradication in Palau shows early signs of success

Excellent news from the BirdLife Community website, as non-native rats are eradicated from more islands in the Pacific allowing native birds a chance to recover their populations:

 

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