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Saving Fiji’s threatened seabirds
Locally known as the Kacau vula or the Lagio in some parts of Fiji, the breeding burrows on Gau island have been closely monitored during breeding and nesting season since 2012. This led to the first ever footage of Collared petrel chicks at their burrows in 2013. In 2015, trail camera footage supported evidence that cats are a significant threat to this species.
The secret life of the Fiji blossom bat, revealed
“We discovered that the Kuluva flowers never opened on their own, and instead were being pulled off by blossom bats that were after the sugar-rich nectar inside,” - University of South Australia's Associate Professor S. ‘Topa’ Petit.
1st Pacific Islands Bat Forum: 10 – 14 August 2021
The aim of the forum is to facilitate the sharing of knowledge between community organizations, researchers, and policymakers and to provide a collaborative environment to identify conservation and research priorities for Oceania bats.
WORLD WETLANDS DAY 2021: WETLANDS AND WATER
On February 2nd every year, the signatories to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance commemorate the objectives of the Convention through a theme....
Team Kulawai updates – Week 1 (August 03rd – 07th, 2020)
Here are updates from our team on their departure from Suva on Friday 31st July, to the end of the first week of their search...
NatureFiji-MareqetiViti Club members fund the search for our Kulawai
Immense support has poured in from NatureFiji-MareqetiViti club members and supporters to fund our search for Fiji’s most endangered forest bird, the Kulawai. Just two...
Find Fiji’s most endangered forest bird – Kulawai
Kulawai friends. Kulawai Champions. Kulawai guardians. Find our Kulawai.
ENDANGERED SPECIES DAY 2020 Become a Species Champion – Find our Kulawai
Endangered species day is an internationally celebrated event to create awareness about endangered species. How much do you know about Fiji’s endangered species? According to...
Conservation world calls on UN to make a ‘healthy natural environment’ a human right
“Article 31 would be a gift to the world and future generations. And what more appropriate time to launch a manifesto for it than on Earth Day”, says Asunción Ruiz, CEO, SEO/BirdLife (BirdLife’s Partner in Spain).