BirdLife International and its partners in West Africa are committed to ensuring continued implementation of seabirds’ conservation actions in Cabo Verde beyond 2022. There is recognition that seabirds in Cabo Verde are an important attribute of their national biodiversity and cultural heritage. Yet, they face significant threats from human disturbances, invasive alien species, fishing bycatch, among others. Building on the progress made with support from MAVA, there will be continued strengthening of the national partners which will result in a growing cadre of conservationists with direct experience and qualifications in seabird research, monitoring, management and fundraising.
Within the Conserving the seabirds of Cabo

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