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BirdLife International and ERA worked with SCAR specialists to identify bird breeding sites in the Antarctic Peninsula region that met BirdLife s global criteria for qualification as particularly important for the species, and these have been incorporated into the 2014 edition of the Wildlife Awareness Map Series.
[This] statement is a significant milestone for the global partnership between Cemex and BirdLife International, adding an important policy dimension to the extensive work carried out on the ground.
The findings by scientists from James Cook University, the Wildlife Conservation Society, the University of Queensland, Stanford University, BirdLife International, the International Union for Nature Conservation, and other organizations come at a time when countries are working toward what could become the biggest expansion of protected areas in history.
In addition, several civil organizations like the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Birdlife International will also take part in decision making at the meeting.
The diminutive birds, listed by Birdlife International as being critically endangered, grow to around 22cm tall.
Summary: Birdlife International this year marked 30 years since the founding of The Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon at its annual congress in Ottawa last month.
The New York-based Wildlife Conservation Society said a team of its scientists, working with other groups including BirdLife International, discovered the wren-sized Cambodian tailorbird living in dense, humid lowland scrub in Phnom Penh and other locations just outside the city.
The editors are independent wildlife consultants Tim and Carol Inskipp, and Richard Grimmett, who is head of conservation at BirdLife International.