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Key Biodiversity Areas


Key Biodiversity Areas

Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) are places that are particularly important for the survival of nature. This means they are areas that are important, not just for wildlife, but also for entire ecosystems. A place can be a KBA for a variety of reasons…it may contain a threatened species or ecosystem, it may be an important area for species during migration or reproduction… learn more about KBAs through the resources below.

From the international KBA community

The international KBA community has developed a webinar explaining the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) guidance on KBAs: Guidelines for using A Global Standard for the Identification of Key Biodiversity Areas. The webinar is presented by Dr. Charlotte Boyd, chair of the KBA Standards and Appeals Committee and the main author of the Guidelines for implementing the KBA Standard.


Webinar on Key Biodiversity Areas