Many of the world migratory species are in decline...


The landmark UN report “State of the World’s Migratory Species,” which was released at the opening of a major UN wildlife conservation conference (CMS COP14), reveals a shocking decline with many of the world’s migratory species of animals declining and the risk of global extinction increasing.

Because they ignore national borders and may travel long distances, they face greater threats than other species.

Despite the situation, there is still a hope. Austria and Hungary are implementing together a huge cross-border protection project in Central Europe.

Thanks to conservation efforts like habitat management, reduction of the risk of collision with power lines and cooperation with farmers and hunters, the Great Bustard populations in Austria and Hungary has been significantly increasing.

For more information about LIFE Great Bustard project see the link:





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