World Working Group on Birds of Prey and Owls (WWGBP)
Groupe de travail mondial sur les rapaces
Grupo Mundial de Trabajo sobre las Rapaces
Weltarbeitsgruppe für Greifvögel und Eulen
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1970, by the then 'International Council for Bird Preservation (ICBP)', now called B-XB1722 - BirdLife International.
Further conservation of raptors - Falconiformes - and Owls - Strigiformes - in all parts of the world; advise BirdLife International and IUCN on questions of international importance relating to birds of prey; identify and maintain a survey of threatened species; identify and keep an inventory of threatened habitats; encourage research; collect and collate information.
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