The Migratory Soaring Birds project aims to integrate conservation management objectives into targeted public and private sectors in 11 countries along the Rift Valley / Red Sea flyway. More information can be found on our project page.
Posted on: Tue, 28/06/2022
Organized by Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN).
Conclusion of the regional workshop for training on the curriculum of the Threats of power lines on birds.
Amman – Ajloun
Posted on: Wed, 29/09/2021
BirdLife celebrated World Tourism Day 2021
Posted on: Fri, 18/06/2021
BirdLife Middle East and the Migratory Soaring Birds project are excited to announce the second round of the BirdLife Middle East Photo Contest (the “Contest”).
Posted on: Tue, 18/05/2021
Exhausted migratory birds are trapped in glue, squeezed to death, tangled in fine nets, millions are massacred this way every year before they can reach their breeding grounds.
Posted on: Thu, 06/05/2021
In the celebration of the World Migratory Bird Day 2021 and under the slogan "Sing, Fly, Soar – Like a Bird", BirdLife Middle East and the Migratory Soaring Birds project announce the BirdLife Middle East Photo Contest (the “Contest”) to photograp
Posted on: Mon, 08/03/2021
This International Women’s Day we are celebrating motivated and brave women who chose to challenge and lead on the GEF/UNDP Birdlife International “Migratory Soaring Birds (MSB)” Project.
Posted on: Sun, 20/12/2020
Illegal Killing of Birds (IKB) in the Rift Valley/Red Sea flyway is the greatest direct threat to migratory soaring birds.
Posted on: Wed, 16/12/2020
Waste management is becoming a major problem along the Rift Valley - Red Sea Flyway (RVRSF) as human populations rise and industrialisation increases. Waste management sites provide a predictable food source for birds.