A new harbour for fish farming purposes is being proposed for the Pentakomo coast, an area that is important for the Mediterranean Monk Seal, one of the rarest and most threatened species in the world.
Με τη σημερινή επίσημη δημοσίευσή του το Τοπικό Σχέδιο Ακάμα είναι πλέον
As of today, the 15th of February 2023, using lead shot ammunition
Το BirdLife Cyprus, το Terra Cypria – Το Κυπριακό Ίδρυμα Προστασίας του Περιβάλλοντος, η Πρωτοβουλία
In early 2021, the Planning Council presented what was a truly bad
Overhead power lines can often have negative impacts for wildlife – especially
There was a time when lead was used in many household items,
The beginning of the Lady’s Mile redevelopment project has recently been announced. This precious area is definitely in need of both upgrading and management. The issue now lies in how this will be done, given that it is a very important and protected natural area.
In recent years, there has been a discussion regarding the Turtle dove and what measures can be taken to help its recovery. But what is the current population status of the species, what are the reasons that have led to its significant decrease and what discussions are taking place at a European level in order to help it?
Η αρχή έγινε με τη Μαρίνα στην Αγία Νάπα, μετά ακολούθησε ο
The breeding season is upon us, but for some birds, finding a
Ecosystems in different parts of the world evolved independently over millions of
The EU Action Plan for the Turtle Dove is a major step
A report on the state of implementation of the EU Nature Directives
On Friday 9 December 2016, BirdLife Cyprus volunteers and staff, together with
As new information arises, new threats to birds are identified and conservation
Vultures are magnificent creatures but too often misunderstood. Their carrion diet is
Nesting during this season in the scrub and cliffs of Cape Greco
Today nature won over pesticides…but by default. By not reaching the required
The agriculture committee of the European Parliament (COMAGRI) has blocked a regulation
BirdLife International has just released the publication European birds of conservation concern: