IBA

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IBAImportant Bird Area(s)
IBAInternational Bar Association
IBAIsrael Broadcasting Authority
IBAIndian Banks' Association
IBAInternational Business Administration (degree)
IBAIron Butt Association (motorcycling)
IBAInstitute of Business Appraisers
IBAInternational Business Academy (various locations)
IBAInterest-Based Advertising
IBAIon Beam Applications
IBAInstitute of Business Administration (Pakistan)
IBAIsobutanol (organic compound)
IBAIon Beam Analysis
IBAIncinerator Bottom Ash
IBAInstitut Biostatistiky a Analyz (Czech: Institute of Biostatistics and Analysis)
IBAInfiniband Architecture
IBAIntel Boot Agent
IBAIndependent Broadcasting Authority
IBAInternational Bartenders Association
IBAIllinois Bankers Association (est. 1891)
IBAIndiana Bankers Association (Indianapolis, IN)
IBAInterceptor Body Armor (US Army)
IBAInternational Bank of Azerbaijan
IBAInternational Bodyguard Association
IBAIrish Brokers Association
IBAImpact and Benefits Agreement (Canada)
IBAInternationale Bauaustellung (Fair, Berlin, Germany)
IBAIndividual Body Armor (US Army)
IBAintermediate bus architecture
IBAInternational Basketball Association
IBAInternational Beauty Association
IBAIndicator Based Assessment (education; UK)
IBAInstituto Brasileiro de Atuária (Portugese)
IBAInternational Bureau of Aviation (UK)
IBAIncident Business Advisor
IBAIndigenous Bar Association (Canada)
IBAInternational Bryozoology Association
IBAIndividually Billed Accounts
IBAIndustrial Biotechnology Association
IBAIntel Boot Agent (Intel)
IBAInterest Bearing Account (banking)
IBAInternational Business Accelerator (Santa Teresa, New Mexico)
IBAIndependent Bakers Association
IBAIntrust Bank Arena (Wichita, KS)
IBAIndependent Broadcast Authority
IBAInternational Bamboo Association (now World Bamboo Organization)
IBAIdaho Bankers Association
IBAIowa Bandmasters Association, Inc
IBAIron Bell Academy (New York)
IBAInstitute for Briquetting and Agglomeration
IBAInternational Business Advisors
IBAIndependent Business Application
IBAIndependent Board of Advisors (Georgia)
IBAInternational Banking Advisor
IBAInternational Board of Auditors (NATO)
IBAInhaled Beta Agonist
IBAIndole Butric Acid
IBAIndividual Brokerage Account
IBAIndiana Beekeeper's Association
IBAInternet Business Administration (US Northamerica)
IBAIntelligent Bandwidth Allocation (PCSI)
IBAInternet Business Application
IBAIntegrated Battlefield Architecture
IBAInertia Brake Actuator
IBAInterference Blanker Assembly
IBAInstitute for Business Advisors (South Africa)
IBAInternal Business Agreement
IBAIndiana Bandmasters Association, Inc (Brownsburg, IN)
IBAInflatable Boat Association
IBAInflatable Bouyant Apparatus (US Coast Guard)
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An Audubon Important Bird Area, it has a bird list of more than 250 species.
In January, Thomsett found a dead tawny eagle that had hit power lines running through Soysambu Conservancy, a protected Important Bird Area in the valley.
The site is recognised as an Important Bird Area (IBA) by BirdLife International and qualifies for designation as a Ramsar site --wetlands that are recognized as being of international importance.
Busa, which straddles the towns of Maitum, Kiamba and Maasim, was declared a key biodiversity area and an important bird area in 2001.
Records of a rare bird might help get a location designated as an Important Bird Area.
The marsh is listed as a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention, and is also an Important Bird Area.
Maybe they don't know that the lake, designated a globally important bird area by the Audubon Society, can now support only a fraction of its former avian population.
Study area: The study focused on a site considered as an Important Bird Area (IBA) in Zimbabwe, the Manjinji Pan (Childes and Mundy, 2001), its surrounding cultivated lands are within the Malipati Communal Lands and the Manyanda Pan in the protected Gonarezhou National Park.
It has been known for long as an important bird area because of the habitat, but due to continuous neglect and misuse by people visitors, the area was in really bad shape.
Dunkirk Harbor is a designated Important Bird Area and wintertime visitors can observe migratory birds, including waterfowl, loons, grebes and gulls as they rest and feed here.
It is considered an Important Bird Area by the National Audubon Society and a national priority terrestrial and hydrological region.
The island is home to last-known Seychelles sheath-tailed bats, is an important bird area, and is also an important site for the survival of critically-endangered species.