There are currently 189 bird species on the verge of extinction -- and that makes the Angry Birds very angry! To show our support for our feathered brethren, we've launched a new Angry Birds website to educate fans about endangered species and how to help.
This new website was launched in support of BirdLife International, a global partnership of conservation organisations that strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity. Fans can play the latest version of Angry Birds for Chrome, learn more about endangered bird species, and make a donation to help critically endangered birds.
We first worked with Birdlife International in April 2011, when we invited them to join the Angry Birds Seasons Golden Egg Hunt. We sent fans to the BirdLife website to look for clues to find a hidden Golden Easter Egg, and we got a great response! In the first hour more than 50,000 Angry Birds fans visited BirdLife’s web pages and over the following weekend BirdLife tripled its Facebook followers.
We're delighted to work with BirdLife International again, and hope you'll take a look at our new website. 'Tis the season to be thankful and give back, and we want to support our feathered friends.