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Proceedings of the First Mediterranean Conference on Marine Turtles

The first conference took place in Rome, Italy in 2001; the second in Antalya, Turkey in 2005.

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication, Guidance
Country:  
Italy
rome_proceedings_3_0_0.pdf
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Siberian Crane Flyway News

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication
Country:  
United States of America
SC FWNews , SC FWNews

Conservation of Sea Turtles along the Coast of Peru

In order to conserve endangered species, it is highly important to manage information about the biology and ecology of their populations and also about the threats that had caused, and are still causing, their endangered situation. When the endangered species are migratory, the importance of this kind of information is higher due to the fact that conserving migratory species depends not only on one country but also on many countries around the world.

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication
Country:  
Peru
Tortugas_Peru_informe_final_CMS_En.pdf
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CMS Bulletin 02/2013 - 03/2013

Editorial

  • Sketching out the Future Shape of CMS

Conservation News

  • The Signatory States of the Dugong MOU Review Progress in Dugong Conservation
  • Project of the Month: Small Grants Programme Supports Conservation of the Blue Swallow in Zimbabwe

Species Campaigns

  • World Migratory Bird Day 2013 - Networking for Migratory Birds

Ambassadors’ Brief

  • CMS Ambassador Stanley Johnson Presents UNEP 40th Anniversary Book

CMS Participation in Other Events

  • Good News for CMS Species at CITES COP 16 
  • CMS Attends First Meeting of Newly Established IPBES
  • CMS participates in Prince Mahidol Award
  • Conference on Animal Health

News from the Secretariat

  • Dr. Bradnee Chambers Joins CMS as New Executive Secretary
  • CMS Family Meetings

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication
Country:  
Germany
bulletin_2_3_2013_english.pdf , bulletin_2_3_2013_french.pdf , bulletin_2_3_2013_spanish.pdf
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Evil Jaws

This poster has been designed by Serviceplan Dritte Werbeagentur GmbH in Munich, Germany, in cooperation with Christian Eckert (illustrator) c/o Claudia Schönhals (representative office) and submitted to Art Directors Club as an entry to a competition. Based on the famous film poster to announce "Jaws", it conveys the message of humans threatening endangered animals, especially sharks.

Out of stock.

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication

User Guide for the Online Reporting System

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication, Guidance
Country:  
Germany
guide_cms_ors_e.pdf , guide_cms_ors_f.pdf , guide_cms_ors_s.pdf
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Bats around the world

“Bats around the World” is an electronic publication on bats to increase awareness and involve the general public in the conservation of these fascinating animals. Interesting facts about bats, species profiles, threats and conservation activities undertaken by organizations across the globe can now be accessed by experts and interested laymen alike. The publication shall serve as an incentive to learn about and protect these species. The readers are invited not only to find out about these fascinating species, but also to take a quiz after reading the material to test their knowledge about bats! In addition, a “Build your bat box” game takes the readers through the steps needed to build a home for bats. The Secretariat hopes to motivate many readers to turn the game into reality by getting involved in the protection of bats! The production of this publication was made possible by the generous support of the Federal Office for the Environment of the Swiss Confederation.

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species, Agreement on the Conservation of Populations of European Bats
Category:  
Publication, E-publication
Country:  
Germany
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Sahelo-Saharan Antelopes - Status and Perspectives

Prepared by the Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication, Technical Series
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Versita - Animal Migration

Animal Migration is an international journal that publishes cutting-edge research on the biology of migratory species.  We strive to present a forum where all aspects of migratory biology can be discussed, from genetics and physiology to ecosystem-level interactions between migrants and their environment and everything in between.  We encourage authors from all over the globe to submit articles to our journal, since migration is a world-wide phenomenon.

Learn more: http://www.versita.com/am/

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication, Scientific Article
Country:  
Poland
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CMS Bulletin 12/2013 - 02/2014

Editorial

  • World Wildlife Day – A powerful coalition for conservation

Guest Article

  • Ring Reveals Corncrake Migration Linking Scotland with the Congo

Conservation News

  • Shark Conservation in the Spotlight – Nine Countries Sign the CMS Sharks MOU in Dubai
  • European Bat Numbers are Soaring
  • AEWA Spearheads Action to Address Illegal Trapping of Protected Migratory Birds in Egypt and Libya
  • Project of the Month - February: Marking and Monitoring System for Danube Sturgeons
  • Project of the Month - December (2013): Linking Sooty Falcon Conservationists

Conservation Policy

  • The CMS Family, BirdLife International and IRENA Join Forces to Promote Renewable Energies that are Sensitive to Migratory Wildlife
  • CMS Participates in African Elephants Summit – Urgent Action Agreed
  • CMS Standing Committee Focuses on Future Structure, Synergies and Implementation

Species Campaigns

  • Join World Migratory Bird Day 2014 – Destination Flyways: Migratory Birds and Tourism

Capacity Building

  • CMS and AEWA Launch Online Manual for National Focal Points

News from the Secretariat

  • CMS Family Meetings
 

Instrument:  
Convention on Migratory Species
Category:  
Publication
Country:  
Germany
bulletin_2_2014_english.pdf , bulletin_2_2014_french.pdf , bulletin_2_2014_spanish.pdf