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Free April-June 2020 BirdLife International Magazine!

Free April-June 2020 BirdLife International Magazine!

In the spirit of providing loyal supporters with a welcome distraction from the news cycle, the April-June 2020 magazine issue is free for all to download.

Download your free copy today!

In this magazine issue:

  • Five vital projects that will continue in 2020, even if it’s from our living rooms…
  • Fantastic news for shorebirds: one of Asia’s most important wetland reserves quadruples in size thaks to the advocacy of our Myanmar Parnter
  • Feast your eyes on the stunning art of the Audubon Mural Project, an inner-city initaitve raising awareness of birds threatened by climate change
  • From the ashes: five bird species affected by Australia’s bushfires, and what we’re doing to thelp them

The magazine summary:

One Big Leap for the Marquesas with SOP Manu

In november 2019, a BirdLife-led team camped out on one of the world’s remotest islands to learn more about the Endangered birds we urgently need to save. Here’s what they discovered.

From Liv Grant

The nine-person expedition team comprised experts from BirdLife, SOP Manu (BirdLife in French Polynesia), Auckland Zoo, Island Conservation and local Marquesans.

RESTORING PARADISE IN THE MARQUESAS
The removal of introduced species is the only solution to restoring the ecological balance and ecosystem resilience in these remote islands, and preserve their cultural importance.
Together with the local community, BirdLife has identified seven islands (including Mohotani) as the focus for our ambitious multi-island restoration operation that will secure over 2,000 hectares of predatorfree habitat, providing safe heavens for five globally-threatened birds and protecting a range of endemic plants from extinction.
As preparations advance, we continue to raise the vital funds necessary to save these irreplaceable species.

Visit birdlife.org/marquesas to learn more, and lend your support.
Or click HERE to learn more about the mission.

 

Enjoy the issue and stay safe,

Alex Dale (Head of Communications, BirdLife International)