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1 Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds

2 Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Addressing underlying causes Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Measures of public engagement with biodiversity through birds Source: BirdLife International unpublished data; USDA Forest Service (2007) National survey on recreation and the environment: bird watching trends in the United States, 1994–2006. Athens, Georgia: USDA Forest Service; Birdwatching Fair data kindly provided by Martin Davies/RSPB.

3 Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Addressing underlying causes Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets The UK Sustainable Development Indicator for wild bird population trends Source: RSPB/BTO/JNCC/DEFRA.

4 Safeguarding ecosystems, species and genes Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets RLI for birds worldwide in different ecosystems Source: Analysis of data held in BirdLife’s World Bird Database (2010).

5 Safeguarding ecosystems, species and genes Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets RLI for birds in Madagascar Source: Randrianasolo et al. (in prep.).

6 Safeguarding ecosystems, species and genes Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Location of IBAs of global significance Source: Analysis of data held in BirdLife’s World Bird Database (2010).

7 Safeguarding ecosystems, species and genes Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Coverage of IBAs by protected areas Source: Butchart et al. (in prep.).

8 Safeguarding ecosystems, species and genes Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets IBA indices for Kenya, showing trends in the state of IBAs, pressures upon them, and responses in place Source: Mwangi et al. (in press) Bird Conserv. Internat.

9 Reducing pressures and promoting sustainable use Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Wild Bird Indices for forest and other habitats in Europe and North America, and bird population trends in the Arctic Source: EBCC/RSPB/BirdLife International/Statistics Netherlands; US NABCI Committee (2009); McRae et al. (2010) Arctic Species Trend Index. CAFF International, Iceland

10 Reducing pressures and promoting sustainable use Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets The RLI for seabirds Source: Analysis of data held in BirdLife’s World Bird Database (2010).

11 Reducing pressures and promoting sustainable use Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Wild Bird Index for 36 farmland bird species (as used by the European Union to monitor agricultural sustainability) Source: EBCC/RSPB/BirdLife International/Statistics Netherlands.

12 Reducing pressures and promoting sustainable use Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Wild Bird Index for 14 Swedish farmland bird species (as used by the Swedish government for the same purpose) Source: Lindström et al. (2010) Monitoring population changes of birds in Sweden. Annual report for Lund University, Sweden.

13 Reducing pressures and promoting sustainable use Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets RLI for the impacts of different drivers of biodiversity loss on the world’s birds Source: McGeoch et al. (2010) Divers. Distrib. 16: 95–108.

14 Reducing pressures and promoting sustainable use Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets The Climatic Impact Index for European bird populations, showing the degree to which population trends of 122 species have responded in the direction expected from climate change Source: Gregory et al. (2009) Public Libr. Sci. ONE 4: e4678.

15 Reducing pressures and promoting sustainable use Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Management scenarios for African IBAs, based on the turnover of species projected under climate change Source: Hole et al. (in review). Colours represent different scenarios, with associated management recommendations:

16 Enhancing benefits from biodiversity and ecosystems Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets RLI for pollinators Source: Analysis of data held in BirdLife’s World Bird Database (2010).

17 Enhancing benefits from biodiversity and ecosystems Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Change in abundance of different bird species groups ten years after selective logging compared with similar undisturbed primary forest in northern French Guiana Source: Thiollay (1997) Biodiv. Conserv. 6: 1,155–1,173.

18 Enhancing implementation Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Proportion of countries addressing the conservation of threatened birds and IBAs as documented in their CBD national reports Source: National CBD reports for a sample of 24 countries analysed by BirdLife International.

19 Enhancing implementation Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Action and monitoring based on birds Meeting the 2020 biodiversity targets Measures of the provision of biodiversity information Source: Analysis of data held in BirdLife’s World Bird Database (2010); ISI Web of Knowledge.


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