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  • A swift rehabilitation!

    Raising a baby bird is not an easy task; they needs lots of attention and patience. Even for a tiny bird like the swift a lot of work goes into turning a fluffy nestling into a healthy adult! Unlike other baby birds such as sparrows, young swifts won’t be cared for by their parents when…
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  • Educating by example

    Here at BirdLife Malta we strongly believe in education and the power it has to transform societies. We are very proud of our dedicated education team and the work they carry out with children and young adults. We also believe in lifelong learning and in the need to provide our community with reliable scientific information…
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  • Primary schools celebrate achievements in environmental education

    Dinja Waħda Primary 2017 prize-giving ceremony takes place at Salina Nature Reserve A total of 87 primary schools across Malta and Gozo are celebrating their outstanding achievements in connecting children with nature through BirdLife Malta’s Dinja Waħda schools programme. Following on from the successful Secondary Awards in October, the primary schools accomplishments for the 2016-2017…
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  • First Mediterranean Storm-petrel nestling ringed at L-Irdum tal-Madonna

    Researchers from BirdLife Malta’s LIFE Arċipelagu Garnija project have confirmed the first successful breeding of the Mediterranean Storm-petrel (Kanġu ta’ Filfla) on the island of Malta at L-Irdum tal-Madonna in Mellieħa. The small seabird species, which currently breeds on the islet of Filfla and a few sea caves in Gozo, was confirmed breeding at the…
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