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Anahita …The story Continues

Anahita …The story Continues

Today the Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon (SPNL) and its partners are happy to announce the success of the shipment of Anahita a live rare and endangered
Promoting Traditional Land-use Practices in the Upper Beirut River Valley, Lebanon

Promoting Traditional Land-use Practices in the Upper Beirut River Valley, Lebanon

By Rania Khalil-CEPF Project Manager The aim of the project in Hammana and Ras El Matn is to promote the conservation of biodiversity in the Upper Beirut River Valley, namely
SPNL is monitoring migrating birds possibly infected with H5N1

SPNL is monitoring migrating birds possibly infected with H5N1

SPNL Director and Birdlife International Global Councillor Assad Serhal was alerted of a mass killing of around 6000 Common Crane and at least 10,000 appear to be ailing at Hula
Georges released in Kayfoun Koranic Garden

Georges released in Kayfoun Koranic Garden

Having been rehabilitated by the anti poaching unit (APU) of the Middle East Sustainable Hunting Center (MESHC), a buzzard was released into the wild at Kayfoun Koranic Garden. The buzzard
The reforestation to restore damaged public lands and connect with nature in Hima Hammana and Hima Anjar

The reforestation to restore damaged public lands and connect with nature in Hima Hammana and Hima Anjar

By Reforestation Project Manager Rania Khalil   The aim is to plant 1250 trees in Hima Hammana and 1250 trees in Hima Anjar, in public lands with the approval and
Happy Holidays from SPNL and BirdLife International!

Happy Holidays from SPNL and BirdLife International!

With a year of significant conservation successes, made possible thanks to the tireless dedication of our colleagues, Partners, collaborators and you, we want to celebrate this year end by sharing
Conservation activist from Kamed El Lawz rescues bird of prey and hands it over to APU

Conservation activist from Kamed El Lawz rescues bird of prey and hands it over to APU

A conservationist from the Kamed El-Louz area in the western Bekaa handed over a bird of prey he had rescued to the Anti-Poaching Unit (APU). The APU is part of
Book review: the Bedtime Book of Birds by Graeme Gibson

Book review: the Bedtime Book of Birds by Graeme Gibson

Subtitled An Avian Miscellany, this work is a treasure trove of anecdotes, musings, ideas, folk stories and cultural insights about birds and the history of our relationship with them. The Bedtime
It’s official: birds are literally dinosaurs. Here’s how we know

It’s official: birds are literally dinosaurs. Here’s how we know

Drop any preconceptions of dinosaurs, which are likely reptile-centric and warped by Spielberg; the real dinosaurs are outside your window. Yes, birds are dinosaurs. Shaun Hurrell interviews dinosaur evolution expert