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  • Il-passa tar-rebbiegħa – Ftit pariri għal min irid josserva l-għasafar

    Meta, minn żmien għal żmien, nippostja xi filmat qasir ta’ għasfur li nkun rajt waqt waħda mill-mixjiet tiegħi, titfaċċa dejjem il-mistoqsija: “Imma kif irnexxielek tarah? Għax jien qatt ma nara xejn ħlief Għasafar tal-Bejt!” Issa li l-passa tar-rebbiegħa tinsab fl-aqwa tagħha, hu żmien tajjeb biex wieħed joħroġ u jduq ftit mis-sbuħija ta’ dan il-fenomenu naturali….
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  • The spring raptor migration in the Maltese Islands

    Each spring, millions of European raptors that have over-wintered in Africa set out from that continent for breeding areas in Europe to breed and raise young. Most leave Africa via the Strait of Gibraltar at the western end of the Mediterranean and via the Middle East over the outskirts of the coastal resort city of…
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  • Mediterranean-wide collaboration to improve conservation status of two endemic seabird species launched

    ­BirdLife Malta has today launched another EU-funded scientific study which aims to improve the conservation status of two endemic seabird species in the Mediterranean Basin. The LIFE PanPuffinus! project is a unique transboundary collaboration which will protect two threatened Mediterranean seabirds, the Yelkouan Shearwater and the Balearic Shearwater, through a joint large-scale conservation partnership. €3.45…
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  • Finch trapping in Malta coming to an end after EC’s final warning

    BirdLife Malta welcomes today’s news that the European Commission has once again stepped in to protect birds in our country. This has happened as a result of the farcical finch trapping derogation applied by the Gozo Ministry under the pretence of a scientific study. In a decision announced today, the Commission’s Directorate-General for Environment has…
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