Menu. Johannesburg . MARK: So BirdLife South Africa has been around for a really long time, since 1905 in fact, initially as the South African Ornithologist Union and it became the Southern African Ornithological Society in the 30s and then BirdLife South Africa in 1996. # ConservationConversations: Conserving the Critically Endangered White-winged Flufftail - join Dr Hanneline Smit-Robinson, Robin Colyn and Dr Kyle Lloyd as they showcase the conservation journey of the BirdLife South Africa White-winged Flufftail Project. Because of its remarkable diversity of habitats, South Africa hosts about … Apr 2020 – Present 6 months. Home; Who we are. 16 November 2020. For more information on lead impacts please see the following publications: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13280-019-01159-0, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13280-019-01157-2, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13280-019-01194-x, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13280-019-01221-x. BIRDLIFE SOUTH AFRICA OFFICE CLOSURE Due to Covid-19 and to help prevent BirdLife South Africa's staff, members, volunteers, and indeed the public from contracting the virus (and to help limit the spread of the virus), our offices will be closed with immediate effect. South Africa’s birds already face many immediate threats caused by human activities such as overfishing and powerline mortalities, says Mark Anderson, the chief executive of Birdlife South Africa. Click this button and enter your name and email address so that we can use to send you the access link to attend the talk. This guideline has been produced for the Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries by the South African National Biodiversity Institute and BirdLife South Africa, and was drafted by Enviro-Insights. Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa. “If these Tuluvers were not feeding on these carcasses, it could otherwise lead to the spread of diseases such as anthrax, botulism and rabies, at significant human and economic cost,” explains Anderson. BirdLife South Africa's main goal is the conservation of South Africa's birds and their habitats. Get in touch with [email protected] to run your own streaming and collection pages [email protected] to run your own streaming and collection pages African Birdlife is a bi-monthly magazine and includes well-written articles and stunning photographs of our continent’s birds. BirdLife South Africa (BLSA; BirdLife Partner) has a membership of around 6,700, of whom more than 5,000 are also members of Bird Clubs. The first of BirdLife's new Green Recovery Webinar Series convened high-profile speakers for a daring discussion on the future of our planet. 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These sessions will give you a chance to learn about the incredible conservation work taking place across South Africa and beyond while also sharing some of the conservation success stories which BirdLife South Africa has been privileged to drive. # ConservationConversations : in tonight’s webinar, Duncan Butchart will share how to make a real contribution to conservation by creating niches for a wide variety of creatures in your own garden - and enjoy the diversity of birds that take advantage of … # ConservationConversations: Conserving the Critically Endangered White-winged Flufftail - join Dr Hanneline Smit-Robinson, Robin Colyn and Dr Kyle Lloyd as they showcase the conservation journey of the BirdLife South Africa White-winged Flufftail Project. South Africa’s birds already face many immediate threats caused by human activities such as overfishing and powerline mortalities, says Mark Anderson, the chief executive of Birdlife South Africa. Please have a look at the WEBINAR page for details. This article was written by Ms. Samantha Ralston, Renewable Energy Manager at BirdLife South Africa and is available on ... Osama Al-Nouri, the MSB project coordinator, facilitated the webinar. Captured from the wild for its beautiful voice, the Straw-headed Bulbul is now Critically Endangered. BirdLife South Africa. Where we work . Landscape Conservation Programme Manager BirdLife South Africa. Education. Worldwide. For more information and support on COVID-19 please visit, What we do: Protecting Ecosystems (sites and IBAs), Wakkerstroom Tourism and Education Centre, BirdLife South Africa’s 91st Annual General Meeting, BirdLife South Africa’s scientific publications, Krista Oswald - Bird of the Year 2021 (19-Jan-21 at 19:00), Duncan Butchart - Gardening for birds and other biodiversity (24-Nov-20 at 19:00), Dr Caroline Howes - Parklife: birds and biodiversity access in Johannesburg's green spaces (17-Nov-20 at 19:00), Vernon Head - Birding tales: adventures from across the globe (10-Nov-20 at 19:00), Prof Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan - Unravelling the Biology of Fossil Birds (3-Nov-20 at 19:00), Trevor Hardaker - Best birds in SA (27-Oct-20 at 19:00), Richard Flack - Pushing the boundaries in your bird photography (20-Oct-20 at 19:00), Albert Froneman - Birds of the Kalahari (13-Oct-20 at 19:00), Andrew de Blocq, Mike Buckham, Trevor Hardaker & Melissa Howes-Whitecross - How to be a birder (6-Oct-20 at 19:00), Dr Melissa Lewis - Making Flyway Conservation a Reality (29-Sep-20 at 19:00), Dale Wright - Adventures at the coalface: Conservation in Madagascar, Tanzania & South Africa (22-Sep-20 at 19:00), Kristi Garland - Junior Bird Clubs: are they for us and where do we start (15-Sep-20 at 19:00), Dr Melissa Howes-Whitecross - Saving South Africa's Secretarybirds (8-Sep-20 at 19:00), Dr Andrew Jenkins & Anthony van Zyl - Taita Falcon: Africa's rarest raptor (1-Sep-20 at 19:00), Dr Warwick Tarboton & Fanie du Plessis - What 20 years of the Nylsvley Woodland Bird Census has taught us (25-Aug-20 at 19:00), Linda van den Heever, Prof Vinny Naidoo, Lizanne Nel & Ian Rushworth - The impacts of lead on wildlife in South Africa (18-Aug-20 at 19:00), Reason Nyengera - Life at sea saves Albatrosses (11-Aug-20 at 19:00), Mark D. Anderson - Kimberley's Pink Gems: conserving the Lesser Flamingo (4-Aug-20 at 19:00), In collaboration with Jacana Conversations: Lee Gutteridge and Kersey Lawrence - Introduction to Southern African Bird Tracks and Signs (28 July 2020 at 19:00), Alistair McInnes - Seabirds of the Benguela Bounty: the significance of bait fish to Benguela endemic seabirds (21-July-20 at 19:00), Daniel Marnewick - Making History: When the 2020 Super Year for Biodiversity was turned on its head - from Post-2020 and Post-covid19 (14-July-20 at 19:00), Dr Hanneline Smit-Robinson, Robin Colyn & Dr Kyle Lloyd - White-winged Flufftail conservation: three decades of saving one of Africa’s rarest species (7-July-20 at 19:00), Andrew de Blocq - Avitourism in South Africa (30-June-20 at 19:00), Andrea Angel - The Albatross Task Force: a multifaceted approach to seabird conservation (23-June-20 at 19:00), BirdLife South Africa Panel - Youth Day Special: I want to be a conservationist (16-June-20 at 19:00), Ellané van Wyk - Tax is for the birds! We are therefore excited to introduce our new webinar series ‘Conservation Conversations with BirdLife South Africa’ to all of you! You only have to register once for all future Conservation Conversations webinars. BIRDLIFE Port Natal invites you to take part in its webinar, The Restoration of the Lake St Lucia Estuary – an update and reality check, on Wednesday, 11 November from 6.30pm. BirdLife South Africa is a firm believer that conservation needs to start with conversation. Are you a looking for a holiday destination or sleep-over spot which caters to your birding needs? You can access the universal registration form to join the Zoom webinars by clicking the button below. 0. Jan 2020 – Present 9 months. Registration Number 001-298 NPO | Public Organisation No 930 004 518 | © 2018 BirdLife South Africa. The Albatross Task Force team here in South Africa welcomes you all with a short greeting as we celebrate the 22 species of albatrosses. Mice were inadvertently introduced during the 1900s, and have since wreaked havoc on the delicate island ecosystem. Mabola Protected Environment: Earthlife Africa Johannesburg, BirdLife South Africa, Mining and Environmental Justice Community Network of South Africa, Endangered Wildlife Trust, Bench Marks Foundation, groundWork, Federation for a Sustainable Environment and the Association for Water and Rural Development v Minister of Mineral Resources, Atha-Africa Ventures (Pty) Ltd and others In response to this alarming fact, The Jupiter Drawing Room Utopia have worked together with BirdLife South Africa to create The Penguin Run : a race to save the African Penguin. University of the Witwatersrand Doctor of Philosophy - PhD. This represents 5% of the country’s Hooded Vulture population and threatens the future existence of the species on the planet. Articles are free to view and you are welcome to download the pdfs, but please do respect copyright restrictions. University of the Witwatersrand . We will be hosting these talks via Zoom. Zoom rooms will open 15 minutes before each talk is set to start. Jacana Media, in partnership with BirdLife South Africa, are hosting a webinar on 30 September at 7pm featuring Prof Turner and some of the local guides who contributed to the project and book. Ensuring pelagic seabirds can safely forage within our oceans and return to their breeding colonies. Melissa is a passionate birdwatcher having seen over 765 birds in sub-region and enjoys taking photographs, as you can see by some of the images in the Conservation Conversations header above. If you have been following the Albatross Task Force this week you will have had the opportunity to join us for # AlbatrossStories and the incredible power of photography in educating and raising awareness of these magnificent birds. Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa. Wits Bird Club) website. To register for the webinar, click on the link: https://bit.ly/3iTQFqR. 0. Tours like South Africa – Cape Wildflowers, Birding & Big Game or South Africa – Birds, Wine & Big Game, are about a lot more than just the birds. Landmark “Deadly Air” pollution case against government to be heard in May 2021. Read about how you can get involved. South Africa - Code of Conduct for Wind Farm Developers Posted on Thu, 25/07/2013 While it is true that poorly located wind farms can impact on birds (through causing injury or mortality if birds collide with the turbines, or by displacing sensitive species), bird conservationists and wind farm developers are working towards the same goal: a greener future. Parks 26(1): 7-24. https://wwf.panda.org/knowledge_hub/?364192/Editorial-essay—COVID19-and-protected-and-conserved-areas, https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/WO2007/S00057/report-finds-economic-benefits-of-protecting-30-of-planets-land-ocean-outweigh-the-costs-5-to-1.htm#:~:text=The%20Dig-,Report%20Finds%20Economic%20Benefits%20Of%20Protecting%2030%25%20Of%20Planet’s%20Land,The%20Costs%205%2Dto%2D1&text=%22Protecting%20nature%20halts%20biodiversity%20loss,the%20chance%20of%20future%20pandemics.&text=%22This%20report%20unequivocally%20tells%20us,for%20planet%E2%80%94is%20now.%22. Hockings et al. Melissa was awarded the Leslie Brown Memorial Grant by the Raptor Research Foundation for her work on the Southern Banded Snake Eagle and remains actively involved in the research and conservation of this elusive forest raptor. Landscape Conservation Programme Manager BirdLife South Africa. PLEASE WATCH LIVE ON THE BIRDLIFE SOUTH AFRICA FACEBOOK PAGE IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ACCESS THE ZOOM ROOM. Protect yourself and others by staying at home. Browse through our catalogue of Birder-Friendly Establishments to find your next birding breakaway…, Help us provide binoculars and field guides to children and inspire the next generation of birders and conservationists…. About; History; Structure; Vacancies; Frequently Asked Questions; BirdLife National Trust; Isdell House; Gill Memorial Medal Award; Austin Roberts Memorial Medal Award; Meet the Team; What we do. MARK: So BirdLife South Africa has been around for a really long time, since 1905 in fact, initially as the South African Ornithologist Union and it became the Southern African Ornithological Society in the 30s and then BirdLife South Africa in 1996. Talks will be simultaneously lived streamed through BirdLife South Africa’s Facebook page if you are unable to access the Zoom room. BirdLife South Africa's main goal is the conservation of South Africa's birds and their habitats. Our episodes are now available in podcast format if you would prefer to listen to them. We are therefore excited to introduce our new webinar series ‘Conservation Conversations with BirdLife South Africa’ to all of you! Melissa’s favorite bird is undoubtedly the Secretarybird and she remains actively involved with their conservation and the research into the movements of juvenile Secretarybirds across southern Africa. The links can be found under the relevant talk’s banner and clicked to join the Zoom room before 19:00 every Tuesday. 15 Conservation Lessons from the Eastern Afromontane Hotspot. Watch this space for BirdLife South Africa’s upcoming events. This Tuesday, 13 October at 19:00 (SAST), BirdLife South Africa's weekly webinar series ‘Conservation Conversations with BirdLife South Africa’ hosts well known wildlife photographer, Albert Froneman. Flock At Sea Again! BirdLife South Africa's vision is to promote the enjoyment, understanding, study and conservation of wild birds and their habitats. Jan 2020 – Present 9 months. Dale Wright is the Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBA) Conservation Implementation Manager for BirdLife South Africa, where he focuses on the safe-guarding of South Africa’s Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs), as well as the direction of conservation programs within these areas. Melissa joined BirdLife South Africa as an intern in 2017 after completing her PhD in savanna ecology at the University of the Witwatersrand. 189 were here. After seven years, the CEPF … To register for the webinar, click on the link: https://bit.ly/3iTQFqR. Melissa looks forward to hosting you in the next webinar and wishes you happy birding wherever in the world you find yourself. A must for any bird and nature enthusiast…. Promoting activities: Birding Big Day and Bird of the Year; Southern African Bird Atlas Project 2 (SABAP2) Compilation of an annual Bird Checklist for South Africa News. Mouse-Free Marion is currently in the planning phase, and updates on the project will be communicated as they develop. Each talk will last approximately 45 minutes to an hour with a 15-30 minute Q&A session with our presenters afterwards. News Protecting Mpumalanga’s water sources area from coal mining. BirdLife South Africa is a firm believer that conservation needs to start with conversation. We are looking for a hardworking, scientifically capable, self-motivated individual to help drive the conservation of South Africa's most threatened birds of prey and large terrestrial birds. BirdLife South Africa's main goal is the conservation of South Africa's birds and their habitats. A coalition of eight community and civil society organisations, that is resisting Atha-Africa Ventures’ proposed coal mine inside a Protected Area and Strategic Water Source Area in Mpumalanga, have launched new legal proceedings in the Mbombela High Court. Out of 210 guides trained, 100 part time employed and 50 permanently employed by tourism sector. Get your 2021 BirdLife South Africa calendar! Please email Shireen at email@example.com for more information. Marion Island is a South African territory in the south Atlantic, home to several threatened seabird species, including nearly half of the world’s Wandering Albatrosses. If you miss out on the live presentation, all presentations will be recorded and loaded to BirdLife South Africa’s YouTube channel the following day and you will be able to watch them there and leave your comments. Albatross Task Force (ATF) Andrea Angel met with the CapMarine observer agency to plan observer … Order copies of Lee Gutteridge’s Tracks and Signs books below by clicking on the cover of the book you would like to purchase. BirdLife South Africa. The listing region is the area within the sovereign borders of the Republic of South Africa, thus excluding Eswatini (previously called Swaziland) and Lesotho, but including the Prince Edward Islands in the Southern Ocean and their associated 200 nautical mile Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). If you have any queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org. At the request from a number of the organisation’s members, Nicolette Forbes will talk about her work done during a 10-year period on the award-winning project. Please like and comment on the live stream and we will share your questions with the speaker. Johannesburg . Of course, we see many birds on these tours including regional specialties and endemics, but the focus is broader and the pace more relaxed. Covid-19 and protected and conserved areas. All rights reserved. BirdLife South Africa: Simon Gear, Policy and Advocacy Manager, tel: 011 789 1122, email: email@example.com . About; History; Structure; Vacancies; Frequently Asked Questions; BirdLife National Trust; Isdell House; Gill Memorial Medal Award; Austin Roberts Memorial Medal Award; Meet the Team; What we do. It is free to use. BirdLife South Africa Today at 21:30 # ConservationConversations : Tuesday's webinar is all about being a b ... irder and is going to be one very entertaining evening led by BirdLife South Africa's Avitourism Project Manager, Andrew de Blocq with guest appearances by Trevor Hardaker , Michael Buckham and Melissa Howes-Whitecross . Click on the link below and find a bird club near you. BirdLife South Africa's main goal is the conservation of South Africa's birds and their habitats. A coalition of eight community and civil society organisations, that is resisting Atha-Africa Ventures’ proposed coal mine inside a Protected Area and Strategic Water Source Area in Mpumalanga, have launched new legal proceedings in the Mbombela High Court. BIRDLIFE Port Natal invites you to take part in its webinar, The Restoration of the Lake St Lucia Estuary – an update and reality check, on Wednesday, 11 November from 6.30pm. Education. Order ‘Thunder’, our 2020 Bird of the Year for R150.00 (excluding postage/delivery). After completing her internship, Melissa was offered a full-time position as the Raptor & Large Terrestrial Bird Project Manager where she oversaw projects on the Secretarybird, Southern Banded Snake Eagle, Black Stork and Taita Falcon. Latest News. The webinar showed how these new Guidelines both streamline the requirements for specialists and also makes it very clear how future studies need to be undertaken. The next step is to look through the schedule of talks below and select the ‘Register for this talk button’ if you are interested in attending. The webinar is … https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/jun/22/uk-environment-groups-call-for-national-nature-service#:~:text=Conservation-,’National%20nature%20service’%20needed%20for%20green,recovery%20in%20England%2C%20groups%20say&text=%E2%80%9CA%20new%20national%20nature%20service,in%20the%20letter%20to%20Sunak.
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