Conservation

Community
People + Birds Around the World
Category
Educational materials, Europe, Biology / ecology, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Observed changes, Bird song & calls, Preferred habitats, Personal narratives, Names, Historical
Summary
Twenty-four bird species that have become rare or extinct in the last 100 years, most in the last 40 years.
Figure1.jpg
Community
People + Birds Around the World
Category
Bibliographic reference, South America, Southeast Asia, Oceania, North America, Meso-america, Global, Europe, Asia, Africa, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Stewardship, Bird song & calls, Behavioural observations, Phenology/ seasonality, Relations w/ other life & landscape, Ontology, Omens/ augury/ harbingers/ messengers
Summary
Online supplemental materials for the article Wyndham and Park 2018, published by the Journal of Ethnobiology
WhatsApp Image 2022-04-28 at 6.12.34 PM.jpeg
Community
Aves y Memoria Biocultural en Humedal Río Cruces - Chile
Category
South America, Conservation, Sustainable Development Goals relevant, Lessons learned, Important Bird Areas (IBAs), Crucial habitat threats/ needs, Visual/ material/ movement arts, Political/ rights & responsibilities
Summary
Etapa de cierre del proyecto. Jornada en la cual se convocó a los/las participantes involucrados/as para que visualizaran los escenarios futuros ideales de cada comunidad. Se aplicó una metodología participativa con mesas de trabajo por localidad.
Pequén.jpg
Community
Aves y Memoria Biocultural en Humedal Río Cruces - Chile
Category
South America, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Threats, Protected areas
Carpintero negro.jpg
Community
Aves y Memoria Biocultural en Humedal Río Cruces - Chile
Category
South America, Conservation, Threats, Protected areas, Observed changes, Local taxonomy not exact match w/ scientific term
Tagua.png
Community
Aves y Memoria Biocultural en Humedal Río Cruces - Chile
Category
South America, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Threats, Protected areas
Torcaza_en_Chile_Central.jpg
Community
Aves y Memoria Biocultural en Humedal Río Cruces - Chile
Category
South America, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Threats, Protected areas
Perdiz alta calidad.jpg
Community
Aves y Memoria Biocultural en Humedal Río Cruces - Chile
Category
South America, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Threats, Protected areas
Chuncho alta calidad.jpg
Community
Aves y Memoria Biocultural en Humedal Río Cruces - Chile
Category
South America, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Threats, Protected areas
Garza grande.jpg
Community
Aves y Memoria Biocultural en Humedal Río Cruces - Chile
Category
South America, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Threats, Protected areas
Loica.jpg
Community
Aves y Memoria Biocultural en Humedal Río Cruces - Chile
Category
South America, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Threats, Protected areas
Pidén.jpg
Community
Aves y Memoria Biocultural en Humedal Río Cruces - Chile
Category
South America, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Threats, Protected areas
Community
Conocimiento Autónoma Aché -- Aché Kuatygi Chidjavā
Category
Educational materials, South America, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Threats, Observed changes
Summary
Entrevista con Margarita Mbywangi y Marciano Chevugi, del pueblo Aché, en conversación con Alberto Yanosky y Felice Wyndham.
Community
People + Birds Around the World
Category
Educational materials, South America, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Relations w/ other life & landscape
Summary
La cuarta parte de una entrevista con Don Hipólito Acevei, en conversación con Alberto Yanosky y Felice Wyndham
Community
People + Birds Around the World
Category
Educational materials, South America, Conservation, Lessons learned, Relations w/ other life & landscape
Summary
La primera parte de una entrevista con Don Hipólito Acevei, del pueblo Guaraní Occidental
Community
People + Birds Around the World
Category
Educational materials, South America, Biology / ecology, Conservation, Behavioural observations, Teachings
Summary
La segunda parte de una entrevista con Don Hipólito Acevei, del pueblo Guaraní Occidental
J Ruka Huia Come Home.png
Community
People + Birds Around the World
Category
Bibliographic reference, Educational materials, Other (use keywords), Oceania, Feathers, Conservation, Lessons learned, Culture, Sacred/ divine/ spirit world, Teachings, Proper conduct, Political/ rights & responsibilities, Related to UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Personal narratives, Hunting/ collecting, Historical
Summary
Jay Ruka's book 'Huia Come Home' is a landmark: a balm for healing the scars left by the history of colonialism and conservation seen through the eyes of Iwi - the first people in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Screenshot 2021-07-16 at 09.01.19.png
Community
People + Birds Around the World
Category
Educational materials, South America, Biology / ecology, Conservation, Threats, Bird song & calls, Behavioural observations, Teachings, Naming
Summary
Información sobre el pájaro Chajá, del Pueblo Guaraní Occidental y Pueblo Yshyro Ybytoso. Extracto del artículo por Alberto Yanosky en el diario El Nacional
Community
People + Birds Around the World
Category
Educational materials, South America, Biology / ecology, Conservation, Threats, Stewardship, Protected areas, Bird song & calls, Behavioural observations, Relations w/ other life & landscape, Teachings, Symbolisms, Policy related, Naming, Language(s)
Summary
Una colección de artículos de Alberto Yanosky, publicados en el diario "El Nacional". En forma PDF y en enlace web
Community
FAPI - Federación por la Autodeterminación de los Pueblos Indígenas
Category
Bibliographic reference, Educational materials, South America, Conservation, Stewardship, Protected areas, Crucial habitat threats/ needs, Teachings
Summary
Aquí compartimos el libro en forma digital (PDF) con permisos
May 18, 2021
King Tides on the California Coast @FWyndham

A new paper just published in Ambio argues that to be successful the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework of the Convention on Biological Diversity should fully embrace and embody Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ rights and agency in biodiversity management. EWA's director of ethnoecology, Felice Wyndham, is a co-author.

The Convention on Biological Diversity is now working to formulate the goals that will frame global biodiversity policy in the years to come. This will be done through an ambitious international plan commonly known as the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework. Such framework aims to galvanize transformative action to halt biodiversity loss at the global level. Unfortunately, the framework, as currently written, still has a long way to go towards fully recognizing Indigenous Peoples’ rights and agency, scientists argue. 

Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities understandings of nature align perfectly well with the Convention on Biological Diversity’s vision of Living in Harmony with nature”, says ICREA Research Professor Victoria Reyes-García, leader of the study. “It seems paradoxical that global discussions on the collective future of the planet do not heed the voices of Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities”. 

The study, signed by 21 scientists from all over the world, presents a set of arguments why foregrounding Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities rights and agency is essential to the success of future biodiversity policy. Based on in-depth review of literature, the study highlights that Indigenous Peoples and local communities hold critical knowledge for setting realistic and effective biodiversity targets.

The Global Biodiversity Framework should recognize and address the views and perspectives of Indigenous Peoples and local communities”, states Dr. Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares, a co-author of the study. “There is crystal-clear evidence that their knowledge systems, practices and values have so much to offer in addressing the current biodiversity crisis”.

The authors argue that Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ participation in biodiversity policy contribute to recognize and uphold human rights, and call on the Convention on Biological Diversity to fully recognize Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities not only as stakeholders, but also as rights and knowledge-holders. 

Reference:

Reyes-García, V., Fernández-Llamazares, Á., Aumeruddy-Thomas, Y., Benyei, P., Bussmann, R.W., Diamond, S.K., García-del-Amo, D., Guadilla-Sáez, S., Hanazaki, N., Kosoy, N., Lavides, M., Luz, A.C., McElwee, P., Meretsky, V.J., Newberry, T., Molnár, Z., Ruiz-Mallén, I., Salpeteur, M., Wyndham, F.S., Zorondo-Rodríguez, F., Brondizio, E.S. (2021) Recognizing Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ rights and agency in the post-2020 biodiversity agenda. Ambio. doi: 10.1007/s13280-021-01561-7

Keywords: 
Weaver.JPG
Community
People + Birds Around the World
Category
Educational materials, Africa, Conservation, Culture, The arts, Names
Summary
Children at the Kichwamba Orphanage Foundation are drawing their local birds. They observe them carefully and note all the details.
November 2, 2020
Language: 
Community
People + Birds Around the World
Category
Africa, Conservation, Stewardship, Oral histories
Summary
on 14 Dec 2012, Stephen Awoyemi, a conservationist who had mostly worked online was taken bird ringing for the first time. Here he talks about this and his work.
Community
People + Birds Around the World, Cahow Community
Category
Oceania, Eggs & nests, Markers of environ. change, Conservation, Success stories, Stewardship, Lessons learned, Crucial habitat threats/ needs, Stories, Proper conduct, Personal narratives, Oral histories, Historical
Summary
As a schoolboy on Bermuda in 1951 David Wingate was invited on an ornithological expedition. In these recordings he describes how they rediscovered the Cahow, or Bermuda Petrel, previously thought extinct for 300 years.