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Tag: Birdlife International

Ramsar Conference Leads to Positive Steps for Coastal Wetlands and Fraser Delta

19 November 2018 – Bird Studies Canada’s collaborative work to find a conservation solution to habitat loss in the Fraser River Estuary Important Bird and Biodiversity Area (IBA) in Danger recently took Pete Davidson (supported remotely by James Casey) to Dubai, as part of the BirdLife International delegation to the 13th Conference of Parties to the Ramsar Convention.

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Ambitious International Summit Tackles Threats Along Migratory Flyways

16 May 2018 – In late April, as billions of migratory birds returned to their northern breeding grounds from southern and equatorial winter quarters, an unprecedented gathering took place. A group of people passionate about the plight of the birds along their ancient flyways assembled at a migratory bottleneck on the Arabian Gulf.

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Safeguarding the Seabirds of Haida Gwaii

9 November 2017 – In mid-October, Bird Studies Canada’s B.C. program team convened, for the first time, all the key players on Haida Gwaii with expertise or responsibility pertaining to seabirds and the threats they face from introduced mammal predators.

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International Training Benefits Our Shared Songbirds

11 December 2015 – Through our Latin American Training Program, we offer advanced migration monitoring training at Long Point Bird Observatory and abroad - most recently, in Belize.

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Partnering for Grassland Conservation

9 December 2015 – Bird Studies Canada's Dr. Christian Artuso recently participated in international meetings to support our grassland bird research and conservation initiatives.

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Expanding Human Activities Threaten Important Sites for Nature

17 November 2014 – More than 350 of the planet’s most important sites for nature are at risk, according to a new BirdLife International report.

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