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Conserve wild birds, their habitats and global biodiversity; prevent extinction in the wild; maintain and, where possible, improve the conservation status of all bird species; sustain vital ecological systems that underpin human livelihoods; enrich the quality of people's lives; empower people, contribute to the alleviation of poverty and, by people working together, strive to ensure sustainability in the use of natural resources.
Events2023-05-11 | London, UK – Extinction or Regeneration Conference
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Global Partnership Meeting (every 4-5 years). International Council (meets twice a year); Board; International Advisory Group; Executive Team; Regional Directors. Regional Offices: Accra (Ghana); Amman (Jordan); E-AA2429 - BirdLife Europe - Belgium; Cambridge (UK); Nairobi (Kenya); Singapore; Suva (Fiji); Tokyo (Japan); Quito (Ecuador).
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