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        It’s Time:100 years of BirdLife

        A century ago, visionary conservationists concerned about the plight of the world’s birds and the wider environment came together to form an international movement.

        People are destroying and consuming nature at a devastating rate. Birds are our early warning system. BirdLife International is the largest international Partnership for nature conservation. 

        We are a global family of over 115 national partners covering all continents, landscapes and seascapes.

        100 Yearsof BirdLife

        At midday on 20 June 1922, a group gathered at the London home of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir Robert Horne – then MP for Glasgow. United by their passion for birds, the group decided that co-ordinated international action was the answer to the various threats birds faced and founded The International Council for Bird Preservation (ICBP) – now BirdLife International.

        Bezos Earth Fund Bets on Birds

        The Bezos Earth Fund announced today that it was granting a total of $17 million in two grants to BirdLife International to fund scaled up work in two key initiatives, its Conserva Aves partnership and the Key Biodiversity Partnership.


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