Tagged: conservation

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World’s First Floating Aviary

The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a conservation organisation which works to save precious wetlands. It takes its wetland expertise around the world in an attempt to rescue endangered species from the edge...

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How Many Bid Species are There in the World?

This is a harder question to answer than you might imagine. Until very recently it was believed that 95% of the world’s species had been identified and described. On this basis, it was felt...

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Leighton Moss Bird Sanctuary

Operated by the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds), Leighton Moss is the largest reed-bed in the North West of England. A truly amazing bird sanctuary, Leighton Moss makes for a very...

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Big Garden Birdwatch Results Revealed!

This year more than half a million people across the UK took part in the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch. This survey gives an indication of how each species of bird is faring and so...

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Project Puffin

I will never forget the first time that I saw a puffin. I had travelled to Alaska, primarily to see Grizzly bears. My holiday would not have been complete without an excursion to the...

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The Exotic Pet Trade

Exotic birds and reptiles are fascinating creatures and many people across the globe love to keep and collect them. These animals have become valuable commodities as a result and so in spite of the...

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Crowdfunding Bird Protection?

Rare Parrot threatened with Extinction You can utilise crowdfunding for anything these days and that includes a complex project to save a rare parrot from total extinction.

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African Grey Parrot Conservation

The Plight of the African Grey Parrot The African grey parrot is a much admired and much loved bird and it isn’t difficult to see why. Its striking grey and red plumage, its intelligence...