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feathered friend

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any of various derisive sounds of disapproval

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Global partnership with BirdLife enhances our ability to effectively and sensitively manage biodiversity, while proactively responding to regulatory needs through our relationships with BirdLife's network of international partners," added Cemex Northern Europe President Ignacio Madridejos.
It is with such harder to find creatures that Aqua-Firma's expertly guided tailor made journeys come into their own - with use of extensive local knowledge and journeys that are highly flexible and tailored to each traveller's particular balance of interest in wildlife, birdlife, botany, beetles and anything else.
The next six chapters focus on birdlife in specific agricultural environments: grasslands, cereal and other annual crops, rice fields, orchards and plantations, coffee and cacao, and farmyards.
BirdLife, the world's largest network of conservation organisations, and BirdLife Partners from 19 countries are currently in Copenhagen working to ensure that a new deal is agreed that will tackle the global threats posed to people and nature by climate change.
The research team, led by Durham University, including BirdLife International and the RSPB (BirdLife in the UK) looked at the effects of climate change on 815 bird species of conservation concern in sub-Saharan Africa and on the network of sites designated for them (termed Important Bird Areas).
On Thursday, May 28, birds come under the spotlight when people can identify birdlife, with the help of stuffed bird examples.
The Trust has nineteen sites all around the country which are rich in birdlife and home to numerous rare species.
Once-common UK birds such as the cuckoo, turtle dove and nightingale are among those identified by Birdlife International as suffering dangerously large falls in numbers.
In a guide published in association with the Panama Audubon Society, Angehr (Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama) and two experienced birders present information on the great diversity of birdlife in this small country in ecological context, advice for birders/tourists, and descriptions of the major birding sites with species lists.
Tokyo, Japan, Apr 7, 2008 - (JCN Newswire) - Following its annual meeting of Trustees on the 3rd April, the Mitsubishi Corporation Fund for Europe and Africa (MCFEA) has announced a program of GBP230,000 in new grants, including a 3-year grant to Peace Parks Foundation and an initial 1-year grant to Birdlife International.
The RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch aims to get people to take a look at the birdlife in their gardens.
The UK-based nonprofit BirdLife International has launched an ambitious new campaign, dubbed the Species Champions Initiative, to save 189 critically endangered bird species around the world from extinction over the next five years.
According to BirdLife International, which has carried out numerous biological surveys in East Timor, the park lies within the Coral Triangle, an area with the greatest biodiversity of coral and reef fish in the world.
Tolga Temuge, (NOTE - CORRECT SPELLING) of BirdLife Malta, said: "We want bird watchers to visit Malta to put pressure on the hunters here.
Safe for both birdlife and pets, the traps are available in sets of two for pounds 16.