Governments avoid strict bird conservation goals

The absence of a binding EU requirement on member states to report on the conservation status of wild birds is allowing governments to avoid setting specific, quantified targets, researchers say

by Valerie Flynn
Barn owl (photograph: Randy Feuerstein/123RF)
Barn owl (photograph: Randy Feuerstein/123RF)

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