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BirdLife South Africa's main goal is the conservation of South Africa's birds and their habitats.
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If you find yourself along the Garden Route on March 1 then make sure you don't miss the Nature's Valley Trust's penguin release! The rehabilitated birds from Tenikwa Wildlife Rehabilitation and Awareness...
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BirdLife SA 4h
Save on taxes while saving South Africa’s birds -
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BirdLife SA Feb 11
A successful Kamfers Dam/Lesser Flamingo meeting was held in Kimberley today, and we're all on the same page and will work together. A small team, led by BirdLife South Africa, will guide the decision-making...
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BirdLife SA Feb 11
Last week, BirdLife South Africa hosted Martin Harper and Andrew Callender of RSPB Love Nature who were in South Africa to attend the Gough Island eradication steering committee meeting at the Department of Environmental Affairs in Cape Town. This...
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BirdLife SA Feb 10
The annual Flufftail Festival knocked another six for water and wetland conservation this weekend when close to 700 school children and adults from across the Johannesburg region were invited to participate in...
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BirdLife SA Feb 8
: February is Wetland Month Protecting waterbird habitats to combat the impacts of climate change - how will wetlands, estuaries and other essential waterbird...
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BirdLife SA Feb 4
Preventing seabird bycatch in longline fisheries is achievable through a number of simple measures, including using bird-scaring lines to keep birds away from the danger zone, using line-weighting to sink hooks faster, and by setting lines...
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BirdLife SA Feb 2
Here's a brief report from Dr Andrew Jenkins about the flamingo situation at Kamfers Dam:
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BirdLife SA Feb 1
Kamfers Dam IBA As many of you are aware, a catastrophe has been unfolding at Kamfers Dam IBA (Important Bird and Biodiversity Area). Kamfers Dam is recognised as a Global IBA as it supports probably the...
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BirdLife SA Jan 29
In the News this month: Jan 2019 -
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BirdLife SA Jan 29
WE'RE HIRING! BirdLife South Africa’s Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBA) and Policy & Advocacy (P&A) programmes are offering an exciting part-time opportunity to...
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BirdLife SA Jan 25
You might remember us celebrating a key court victory in November last year when a judge of the North Gauteng High Court set aside the governments decision to allow mining...
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BirdLife SA Jan 23
Fiscal Benefits Quarterly update: Issue 10, 2019 -
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BirdLife SA Jan 21
Following on from our , we would like to dedicate our to our friends at the Ocean View Association for Persons with Disabilities who manufacture our industry standard, high...
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BirdLife SA Jan 18
In 2009 +-18000 birds were killed by fishing net cables in South Africa every year. Thanks to the and the use of bird scaring lines there are now 99% fewer albatross deaths and 90% fewer other seabird fatalities.
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BirdLife SA Jan 12
The benefits birds bring us aren't just cultural. Birds play an essential role in the functioning of the world's ecosystems, in a way that directly impacts human health, economy and food...
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BirdLife SA Jan 9
: Full steam ahead for wetland Rallid survey crew Robin Colyn and Carina Coetzer have been checking camera traps across the eastern highland wetlands of South Africa as part of BirdLife...
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BirdLife SA Jan 7
BirdLife International, through BirdLife South Africa, has been implementing the seabird bycatch component of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) ‘Common…
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BirdLife SA Jan 5
Listen to this interview with BirdLife South Africa's Dr Ross Wanless about our plans to establish a new African Penguin mainland colony at De Hoop....
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BirdLife SA Jan 4
: Why the chicken is a symbol of our time. Here’s to genuine biodiversity and why we need birdlife! With around 23 billion chickens on...
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