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Experts from 13 countries declare their concern on the planned installation of wind farms in one of the world's biggest colonies of the Eleonora’s falcon   In a...
67 species of seabirds, including endemic and threatened ones, breed and/or winter in EU countries.  And while they return to land to breed, seabirds depend on the marine...
The significance of small Mediterranean islands as obligatory refueling sites underlines new study Published in the latest issue of Animal Migration, a new study by the...
The illegal use of poisonous substances in the environment to target ‘undesirable’ animals depletes biodiversity and threatens public health, yet it continues to go unnoticed and...
The Dalmatian pelican population of NW Greece has been severely affected by an unprecedented outbreak of avian influenza. The outbreak started and is currently in progress at the...
With a powerfully animated TV & radio ad, HOS/BirdLife Greece launched its new nation-wide awareness campaign aiming at putting an END to the trapping and trade of wild...
A new study on breeding birds in the EU shows one out of every six birds over nearly a 40-year period has been lost. Overall, we have lost around 600 million breeding birds in...
The European Red List of Birds 2021 published today Today, BirdLife International released the European Red List of Birds 2021 [1]. The Red List reviews the regional...
After a short break for summer, we returned to Antikythira mid-August for the autumn 2021 ringing season and the long anticipated but always exciting Raptor Migration...
The protection of a globally endangered species now depends on a mobile app! The new Ministerial Decision regulating hunting for the period 2021 – 2022, signed by the Deputy...
A new study shows that supporting a declining population of a migratory vulture with captive-reared young birds every year could delay extinction, and thus afford...
The famous “Cuckoo’s horse” of Epirus, the Egyptian vulture "Aoos" along with his mate, are present for another year in Epirus, Greece and for the first time after many years...

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