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Malta leads global research on secretive seabird

Malta leads global research on secretive seabird

Wednesday, 30 June 2010

A four-year EU funded conservation project has succeeded in increasing the population trend of one of the Mediterranean?s most threatened sea birds, the Yelkouan Shearwater, of which Malta hosts an estimated 10 per cent of the global population.

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Protecting Malta's wind chaser: The Project Report

Protecting Malta's wind chaser: The Project Report

Friday, 25 June 2010

A publication which summarises all the work, results and achievements of Malta's largest conservation project

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Maltese Shearwater travels to Senegal

Maltese Shearwater travels to Senegal

Tuesday, 1 December 2009

A young Cory's Shearwater has travelled over 4,500 km from its nest in Malta into the Atlantic Ocean and is currently off the coast of Senegal, BirdLife Malta revealed today.

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Experts discuss the future of Mediterranean Seabirds

Experts discuss the future of Mediterranean Seabirds

Tuesday, 20 October 2009

European and African seabird experts from 11 countries today started discussions on the designation of protected areas in the Mediterranean at an international seminar held in Valletta. The seminar aims to establish criteria for the designation of protected areas at sea through seabird research.

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International seminar on Marine Protected Areas to be held in Malta

International seminar on Marine Protected Areas to be held in Malta

Saturday, 17 October 2009

European and African participants from 11 countries next week will meet in Malta for an international seminar on Marine Special Protected Areas. The international seminar aims to establish criteria for the designation of protected areas at sea through seabird research.

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