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Christopher Sands, Head of Communications
It is a challenge for those of us who are committed to saving a critical species from extinction to be faced with centuries of cultural prejudice and cliché embedded in the language itself. For what is positive in being characterized as a ‘vulture’?  Read more...
Diclofenac, a veterinary drug used to treat livestock, could wipe out vultures here in Europe - just as it has nearly done in Asia. 
BirdLife, together with our Spanish and Portuguese partners (SEO/BirdLife and SPEA), is working with WWF and the Vulture Conservation Foundation to save these majestic birds.

'Saving Nature's Clean-Up Crew' - watch the video! 
BirdLife's Campaign to save African Vultures. 
Nature is but a click away with these amazing live bird cams run by BirdLife partners across Europe & Central Asia. Storks, eagles, kestrels - you name it!  
A new scientific paper, spearheaded by our Head of Conservation, Iván Ramírez, has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Marine Policy. It asks 'How well is the EU protecting its seabirds?' 
BirdLife joins more than 250 NGOs across Europe to release an alternative vision for a more democratic, just and sustainable Europe.
What  do you make of death, which you do not cause, which you eat daily? 
- I make life, which is a prayer. 
- I make clean bones.
- I make a gray zinc noise which to me is a song. 
Well, heart, out of all this Carnage, could you do better? 
Margaret Atwood 

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EU makes progress on 'Invasive Alien Species'

New marine blog: 'Journey to the Mid-Atlantic Ridge'

...from little acorns grow.
Nature camps in Italy
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