The BirdLife Cyprus report on bird trapping levels for autumn 2022 paints a promising picture.
Tag: illegal bird killing
Tag: illegal bird killing
An opinion piece on illegal bird killing in Cyprus by Guy Shorrock, a former UK police officer and a wildlife crime investigator for the RSPB (BirdLife in the UK).
Another year of illegal bird slaughter at Lake Soros, Meneou – BirdLife Cyprus and the Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) call for a permanent ban to hunting at the site
Joint Press Release by BirdLife Cyprus and CABS (Committee Against Bird Slaughter)
BirdLife Cyprus reports a worrying increase in bird trapping levels for autumn 2021. This sadly comes as no surprise, following a shameful relaxation of the relevant Cyprus bird protection law in December 2020.
On 30 November 2021, BirdLife Cyprus handed the President of the House of Representatives, Ms Annita Demetriou, the signatures of more than 13,700 citizens who are calling for the annulment of the relaxation of the bird protection law.
Over recent decades, around 40-50 Griffon Vultures have died of poisoning, leaving
The south-western part of Larnaka Salt Lake in Meneou (locally known as
In March, BirdLife Cyprus published its Autumn 2020 anti-trapping monitoring report, marking
BirdLife Cyprus’ latest report on bird trapping, for autumn 2020, presents the lowest trapping levels with mist nets ever recorded. Unfortunately, this welcome progress contrasts sharply with a catastrophic recent relaxation of the hunting law, while at the same time limestick use is on the rise.
Η πικρή αλήθκεια ένι ότι έσιει εκατοντάδες χιλιάδες λόγους γιατί εν μπορούμεν
The photographs speak for themselves. Illegal killing of dozens of Bee-eaters near
A new, much-debated law amendment is currently before the Parliamentary Environment Committee.
BirdLife Cyprus’ latest report, on autumn 2019 trapping levels, highlights further reduction in
British Bases show the way, while Republic takes backward step and big trappers continue undisturbed
The contrast could hardly be greater. While the Cyprus Police anti-poaching unit,
CABS and BirdLife Cyprus are appalled at the illegal shootings of protected bird
For 116 years, not a single White Stork nested in Montenegro. Instead,
Total of 26 bird killers caught by covert surveillance so far The
The European Honey-buzzard is fearless in the face of stinging wasps and
BirdLife Cyprus’ latest report on autumn trapping shows a positive and continuing
This spring, BirdLife is telling the spectacular migratory stories of seven iconic
Now in winter many would be relieved thinking that our migratory birds