Christopher Sands, Head of Communications
This month our BirdLife International CEO, Patricia Zurita, introduces the release of the second in a scholarly series of reports on the illegal killing and taking of birds. The layman’s review, entitled The Killing 2.0 – A View to a Kill, combines some of the findings of the initial report on the broad Mediterranean region, released 2 years ago, with a look at Northern Europe, Central Europe and the Caucasus. Read more...

On 24th October in Manila (The Philippines), at CMS COP 12, the BirdLife Partnership presented its latest publication on the illegal killing of birds in Europe - 'The Killing 2.0 - A View to a Kill'.
Read the introduction by BirdLife International’s CEO Patricia Zurita right here.
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