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    Radio-tracking Yelkouan Shearwaters

    Light pollution is known to negatively affect nocturnal seabirds. They are vulnerable to predation and therefore only visit their nests in the darkest periods of the night when predators can’t see them. Edward Jenkins, LIFE Arċipelagu Garnija Project Warden, explains how radio-tracking works to help measuring the impact of light pollution.   Artificial light near the colonies…
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    Action for Nature: BirdLife Malta host international scout exchange

    On the 23rd March, BirdLife Malta welcomed the arrival of a scout group from the Hungarian YMCA to take part in an international exchange with the Tarxien Scout Troup as part of the Action for Nature initiative. Over the five-day exchange, the group of scouts took part in a number of activities at Foresta 2000…
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    Malta’s first marine Special Protection Areas announced

    Malta now has its first eight marine Special Protection Areas (SPAs) within the Natura 2000 network which gives seabirds in Malta full protection on land and at sea. Malta’s first marine SPAs were approved by the Maltese Government and their designation as such given the green light by the European Commission. The inventory of these…
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    BirdLife Malta will continue to work hard to safeguard nature and birds

    Reacting to the press release by the Federation for Hunting and Conservation (FKNK) regarding the sad death of the Griffon Vulture (Avultun Prim) in Sicily, BirdLife Malta would like to state that it worked with the bird after it was asked to assist by the Government. Nicknamed ‘Maximus’, the Griffon Vulture (Gyps fulvus) was rescued…
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