BirdLife Estonia

Our mission is to ensure the good status of Estonian birds through research, protection and education.

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Albatross Task Force in the Americas: working with fishers to design solutions

BirdLife's Albatross Task Force works with fishing crews on board their ships to introduce seabird-saving measures in focal countries. Here's an update of the programme's successes in the Americas.

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Protecting the Canada Warbler at both ends of its epic journey

The Canada Warbler migrates more than 10,000 kilometres a year, from Canada and the United States to the forests of South America. Find out how our Colombian Partner is using a local grassroots approach to support an Americas-wide action plan to protect the species.

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Latest birds observations from eElurikkus

29. January 2020
Accipiter nisus (Eurasian Sparrowhawk) 1 Art Villem Adojaan Tartu,
Troglodytes troglodytes (Northern Wren) 1 Toomas Traagel Häädemeeste vald, Piirumi küla
Parus caeruleus (Eurasian Blue Tit) 1 Toomas Traagel Häädemeeste vald, Piirumi küla
Carduelis carduelis (European Goldfinch) 6 Toomas Traagel Häädemeeste vald, Piirumi küla
Corvus cornix (Hooded Crow) 11 Toomas Traagel Häädemeeste vald, Piirumi küla
Cygnus cygnus (Whooper Swan) 1 Toomas Traagel Häädemeeste vald, RESTRICTED
Carduelis spinus (Eurasian Siskin) 100 Riho Männik Mulgi vald, Polli küla
Larus ridibundus (Black-headed Gull) 2 Ingrid Koitmäe Tallinn,
Certhia familiaris (Eurasian Treecreeper) 1 Ingrid Koitmäe Tallinn,
Carduelis spinus (Eurasian Siskin) 9 Tiiu Tali Ilmatsalu,