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Nature conservation and research related links



Nature Campus - Biodiversity education center at the Tel-Aviv University.

Save The Albatross - 100,000 albatrosses die each year on fishing hooks. This is putting them in real danger of extinction.

Common Indian Myna website - This website describes the Common Indian Myna, Acridotheres tristis, explains why it is a problem, and what is being done to control it.

BirdLife - BirdLife International is a global Partnership of conservation organisations that strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity.

The EGVWG website - Website of the Eastern European / Mediterranean Griffon Vulture Working Group.

International Crane Foundation (ICF) - works worldwide to conserve cranes and the wetland and grassland ecosystems on which they depend.

Euring - The European Union for Bird Ringing.

American Bird Conservancy - Dedicated to conserve wild birds and their habitats throughout the Americas. Also contains information about seabirds and longline fishing.

The Grassroots Campaign - The Grassroots Campaign for a Sustainable Israel.

The bats of Israel - A new Hebrew web site on the bats of Israel

Save The Saker website - dedicated to the Saker Falcon.


African Odyssey - follow the life and long journeys of the Black Storks.

The bats of Israel - A new Hebrew web site on the bats of Israel

Save The Saker website - dedicated to the Saker Falcon.

Negev desert - Israel

Ein Shaviv – oasis at the Negev Desert.


European Roller
(Coracias garrulus)) Judean plain, Sep.05

Indian Silverbill
(Lonchura malabarica) Bet HaShitta, Aug.06

Common Kestrel
(Falco tinnunculus) Hula valley, Feb.05
 
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