Nature reports

Publisher: IUCN

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groot avondrood op hand - primair

Moths are a biologically diverse group and as such form a significant part of Europe’s fauna. They are found from shorelines to mountaintops, and from the Mediterranean to the sub-Arctic, contributing to key ecosystem services,..

Continue reading 31 May 2021   2 jaar oud
Zilverreiger, egret

A conceptual framework to help measure how conservation action helps species on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species recover was presented in a paper published today in the journal Conservation Biology...

Continue reading 30 March 2018   6 jaar oud
Rhodos-saga Saga rhodiensis, kwetsbaar op de rode lijst

Over a quarter of European grasshopper, cricket and bush cricket species are being driven to extinction by unsustainable agricultural practices and the growing frequency of wildfires in Europe, a new IUCN report states...

Continue reading 21 February 2017   7 jaar oud
Giraffe familie (Giraffa camelopardalis)

Over 700 newly recognised bird species have been assessed for the latest update of The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, 11% are threatened with extinction. It also reveals a devastating decline for the giraffe, driven by..

Continue reading 08 December 2016   7 jaar oud
Elephants in Amboseli National Park, Kenya

Africa’s overall elephant population has seen the worst declines in 25 years, mainly due to poaching over the past ten years – according to IUCN’s African Elephant Status Report launched today at the 17th meeting of the Conference..

Continue reading 05 October 2016   7 jaar oud
Philippine Tarsier (Carlito syrichta) hugging a mossy branch. Photo taken at the Tarsier Sanctuary, Corella, Bohol

A large number of primatologists of the IUCN Primate Specialist Group have identified the 25 most endangered primates on earth. Five species from Madagascar, five from Africa, ten from Asia, and five from Central and South..

Continue reading 11 December 2015   8 jaar oud