Doğa is 15 years old!

Doğa, the BirdLife Partner in Turkey, is celebrating the fifteenth year of its foundation. Doğa was founded by a handful of people who believe in the unity and diversity of life. Since the day it was founded, Doğa has been leading or involved in numerous actions to conserve the nature of Turkey. The new logo, […]

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Doga: Fifteen Years in Bird Conservation in Turkey

Yelkouan Shearwaters migrate in large numbers through Bosporus, Istanbul. Ali Riza Altinok Located at the junction of three continents, Asia, Africa and Europe, Turkey hosts an exceptionally rich and diverse avifauna. 485 bird species are recorded, of which at least 370 occur regularly. This accounts for approximately 70 % of European bird species. The country […]

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Marine Programme Officer

Doga, BirdLife Turkey, Job Description Marine Programme Officer  Location: Izmir, Turkey Duties and responsibilities: Coordinate the development of the marine component of Doga’s conservation work. Coordinate and report outputs of a multi-taxa observer programme to understand bycatch of vulnerable bird, sea turtle, sea mammal and turtle species in Turkey. Monitor and synthesise studies on conservation […]

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Key Biodiversity Areas Monitoring Officer

Doga, BirdLife Turkey, Job Description Key Biodiversity Areas Monitoring Officer Location: Izmir, Turkey Duties and responsibilities: Contribute to development of the new Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) directory of Turkey. Monitor and synthesise studies on conservation status and threat categories of KBA trigger species, and, to this end, form partnerships with academicians, national/international CSOs and nature […]

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Important Bird Areas Monitoring Officer

Doga, BirdLife Turkey, Job Description Important Bird Areas Monitoring Officer Location: Izmir, Turkey  Duties and responsibilities: Form alliances and partnerships with relevant stakeholders for effective monitoring of Important Bird Areas (IBAs). Monitor and synthesise studies on conservation status and threat categories of IBA trigger species in Turkey, and, to this end, form partnerships with academicians, […]

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