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  • Yelkouan Shearwaters and the threats of predators

    Seabirds face many risks during the time they spend on land. In Malta there are three species of seabird that breed within the islands, all of which are nocturnal, meaning they are only active during the night. The LIFE Arċipelagu Garnija project focuses on the most vulnerable species, the Yelkouan Shearwater (Puffinus yelkouan). The Yelkouan…
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  • Does bad trump over good?

    It’s a question that many ask themselves a lot nowadays; does bad trump over good? Just a few weeks ago we saw that Foresta 2000 was again vandalised. This time these vandals chose to cut down a healthy Olive grove of 36 trees inside the nature reserve. It is so unfortunate that these acts of…
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  • BirdLife Malta’s Action for Nature project comes to an end

    July marks the end of BirdLife Malta’s 20-month Action for Nature project. The international exchange initiative has seen a total of 84 youths and leaders participate from Malta, Hungary and Norway to improve the NGO’s nature reserves as part of an environmental campaign. This month’s final week-long exchange follows two successful exchanges in 2016 which…
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  • Malta to continue to steer international efforts against illegal killing of birds in the Mediterranean

    BirdLife Malta would like to congratulate the re-appointment of Sergei Golovkin as chairperson of the joint meeting of the United Nations Environment/Conservation of Migratory Species Convention Task Force on Illegal Killing, Taking and Trade of Migratory Birds in the Mediterranean (MIKT) and the Bern Convention Network of Special Focal Points on Eradication of Illegal Killing,…
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