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The mission of BirdLife South Africa is to promote the enjoyment, conservation, study and understanding of wild birds and their habitats.

BirdLife South Africa is a registered non-profit and public benefit environmental organization with over 6 000 members in 32 bird clubs throughout South Africa. BirdLife South Africa produces its own birds and bird-watching magazine, African Birdlife.

BirdLife South Africa is honoured to have three distinguished South Africans, Mrs Gaynor Rupert, Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe and Mr Mark Shuttleworth, as its Honorary Patrons.

Welcome

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to BirdLife South Africa

The Sasol Bird Fair will be held on 7 and 8 June 2014 at the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens in Roodepoort, Gauteng. Learn more about some of the measures being taken to conserve our country’s birdlife - presentations by leading bird experts; bird photography workshops; bird identification courses; guided bird walks, entertainment and educational activities for kids, as well as an outdoor exhibition area.

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Bird Fair 2014

Conservation is the primary reason for BirdLife South Africa's existence. While we engage in, promote and support other activities, such as birding tourism, community-based conservation and education work, everything is geared towards achieving bird conservation goals. BirdLife South Africa believes that by conserving birds, we can conserve the broader environment. Birds are amongst the most visible, and mobile, animals in our natural environments. A healthy environment will have a full complement of native birds, and for this reason birds are widely recognised as exceptionally good indicators of ecosystem health.

BirdLife South Africa makes a real difference to birds and their habitats, but our work costs money. We rely on the support and generosity of people and organisations to fund our vital work for conservation: we are grateful for any and all contributions.

Conservation

Bird of the Year is one of BirdLife South Africa’s annual initiatives for creating awareness about birds and bird habitat conservation. The aim of the initiative is to choose a bird species and focus various activities and events on that species during the year. It is an important initiative to improve public awareness about the species and the need to protect the species (and related species) and their habitats.

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African Birdlife is a bi-monthly magazine and includes well-written articles and stunning photographs of our continent’s birds.

It is an important mouthpiece for BirdLife South Africa to create awareness about bird research and conservation work.

BirdLife South Africa's magazine

African Birdlife

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We would like to thank the following sponsors and supporters for their continued support

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