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Category Archives: population trends

  • DeExtinction

    Posted on October 9, 2016 by in biology, Ecology, kaki, kaki /black stilt, population trends

    What if you could ‘de-extinct’ our vanishing bird species by bringing them back from the dead? If we can’t keep pace with the rapid decline of kaki and black-billed gulls, is this a viable fall-back position? While we’re at it, why not bring back moas or Haast’s eagles? With the CRISPR revolution in genetic engineering, […]

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  • The Messengers: What birds tell us about threats from climate change

    Posted on January 11, 2016 by in climate change, population trends, Reports

    This beautifully presented first-ever global synthesis by the 119-nation BirdLife International Partnership (including Forest & Bird) draws on research from multiple disciplines and every continent to examine the impacts of climate change on bird species. Available as a 39 page 25Mb PDF from http://climatechange.birdlife.org, the infographics are as effective as the extraordinary images. “Over time […]

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