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- ISSN: 0959-2709 (Print), 1474-0001 (Online)
- Editor: Professor Phil Atkinson British Trust for Ornithology, UK
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Bird Conservation International is a peer-reviewed journal that seeks to promote worldwide research and action for the conservation of birds and the habitats upon which they depend. The official journal of BirdLife International, it provides stimulating, international and up-to-date coverage of a broad range of conservation topics, using birds to illuminate wider issues of biodiversity, conservation and sustainable resource use. It publishes original papers and reviews, including targeted articles and recommendations by leading experts.
Bird Conservation International – Evolving with the times
- 13 January 2023,
- 2023 is set to be another landmark year for the journal, as a new contract between BirdLife International and Cambridge University Press coincides with a move...
Forest birds and plantations
- 12 December 2022,
- Tropical forests harbour a very high proportion of the planet’s terrestrial biodiversity, supporting wildlife communities that are more diverse and more species-rich...
- 30 November 2022,
- Bustards are deeply challenging birds to conserve. Their grassland habitats are in irresistible demand for food production—both agriculture and livestock—throughout...