70 Dalmatian pelicans have been found dead in Atyrau Oblast in western Kazakhstan.
Birds appear to be able to sense a coming storm and fly away before it hits, according to research out on golden-winged warblers in the United States.
Dutch authorities reported a new outbreak of bird flu at a poultry farm, but could not say if it was the worrying new strain detected elsewhere in the country.
A plant for processing poultry manure has been unveiled in Shymkent, southern Kazakhstan. It is the first such plant in Kazakhstan.
An enormous flock of cormorants has occupied uninhabited islands on the Irtysh river right near the bridge in Semey, Kazakhstan.
Pheasant breeding in the Astana Green Belt will help insect-pest control in the area.
New Zealand's iconic kiwi is most closely related to the extinct elephant bird of Madagascar rather than the Australian emu as previously thought, researchers said Thursday.
2000 houbara bustards raised in an Abu Dhabi nursery have been released in Sozak region of South Kazakhstan Oblast.
A Saudi prince with a taste for the traditional sport of falconry illegally hunted 2,100 endangered birds while on holiday in Pakistan, officials said.
A French national was arrested on suspicion of stealing a large sum of money from the company he worked in.
Staff at Adelaide Zoo were in mourning Friday after the world's oldest flamingo, and their oldest resident, died aged 83.
Visitors to the 2017 EXPO will be shown falconry, traditional hunting with trained Golden Eagles.
New Zealand authorities said Tuesday that eight endangered kiwi birds have died from respiratory infections while being treated at Wellington Zoo, in a loss described as "a tragedy" for conservation efforts.
North Caspian Operating Company, the operator of Kashagan oilfield, located in Kazakhstan's sector of the Caspian Sea shelf, was fined $10 thousand for harming the environment.
Mass mortality of seagulls has been registered at Shalyga island in the northern part of the Caspian Sea.
A new species of bird with a distinctive orange-red coloured tuft of feathers on its head has been found in Cambodia's populous capital city.
A plucky pigeon that flew across the Pacific Ocean from Japan will be bred by a bird lover in Canada hoping its progeny will make top long-distance racers.
Millions of birds that stop at coastal wetlands during annual migrations could die as rising sea levels and land reclamation wipe out their feeding grounds.
A bizarre spate of young blackbird deaths at a school in England was likely caused by the feathered teens getting drunk on fermented berries, crashing mid-air and falling from the sky, vets said Saturday.
Kazakhstan ornithologists will follow the birds’ routes using transmitters to find out what percentage of the freed birds survives.
- endangered species
- Atyrau Oblast
- New Zealand
- Asia Pacific
- South Kazakhstan oblast
- United Arab Emirates
- Saudi Arabia
- Middle East & Africa
- Central Asia
- Czech Republic
- Caspian Sea
- Great Britain