Conservation Success Stories at the Museum of Zoology
University of Cambridge + Julieta Sarmiento Photography
By consulting a global network on experts on the world's most threatened birds and mammals, Birdlife International's Chief Scientist, Stuart Butchart was able to investigate how many species would have gone extinct over the last three decades in the absence of conservation action. The answer reveals how effective conservation efforts can be, even in the face of extreme threats. Screening from Thursday 1 April.
The world’s albatross species are extremely vulnerable to being accidentally caught by longline fishing, but an initiative led by BirdLife partners is now working with fishing fleets across the southern oceans to address the problem. The results are remarkable.