BirdLife Malta

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  • Visit a Nature Reserve

    Our nature reserves open on  1 November for the winter. Visit us and discover wonderful wildlife.

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  • Report Illegal Hunting

    The hunting season is now open. Click here to find out what is allowed, and how to report illegalities.

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    The cooing trees

    By Ray Vella, Foresta 2000 warden Ever since the first Collared Dove appeared in Malta in 1964, it would take many more years before they would start to breed in Malta. The usual reasons were foremost the illegal shooting. Even the first bird which found its way to Malta, wearing a ring from former Yugoslavia,…
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    Autumn Migration

    By Nick Piludu, photos by Aron Tanti At the end of August summer is still wrapped around the islands and the first thunderstorms are yet to pour their rage on the dry valleys. But the days are slowly growing shorter and the migration instinct is waking up in birds that have spent their summer in…
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    Maltese waters internationally important for seabirds

    Commissioner Karmenu Vella welcomes Malta’s contribution to European nature protection as 50% of Maltese waters identified as ‘Important Bird Areas’   Half of Maltese waters are internationally important for seabirds, BirdLife Malta announced today as findings of the EU-funded LIFE+ Malta Seabird Project were presented at an international conference of marine conservation in Gozo.  …
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  • Steven Williams

    92 schools involved in Dinja Waħda programme

    Today 92 schools from around Malta and Gozo were awarded for their achievements within BirdLife Malta’s Dinja Waħda environmental education programme. Last scholastic year was one of the most participative years in the programme’s 20 year history, covering over 80% of Malta’s primary schools. More than half of the schools participating in the programme received…
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