This video shows the way that bird watching in Nigeria is progressing in the local Bird Clubs. Club members describe their experiences with the African Bird Club App which helps them identify birds.
Birds of Africa is a FREE App developed as an aid to bird conservation in Africa. It covers countries in west Africa and in time, will include all countries and species in Africa.
Download the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdIkomOrXwQ.
Join the African Bird Fair on Saturday 5th September
As you probably know the annual British Birdwatching Fair will be hosted online this year due to the pandemic. Have a look at the website to find out more
Make your donation at https://www.africanbirdclub.org/donate-mount-moco-conservation-project-angola.
Get moving and help support our Partner charities that have been affected across the world by the Covid-19 pandemic. We need urgent support to enable them to continue protecting globally threatened species, and their habitats through this crisis.
This is an urgent appeal to support our international Partner charities, so they can continue to act for nature.
The book will have every single islands Endemic species of the Indian Ocean, 289 in all, also included the Subspecies, Waterbirds, Migrant Seabirds, Migrant Shorebirds, Migrants Birds of Prey, and the Exotic well over 1100 photos. This is the first book to illustrate all the birds of the Indian Ocean region. It is a large format book, running to over 1,100 pages with thousands of full colour original photographs and an academic text contributed.
The following series of talks have been organised and hosted by Leadership for Conservation in Africa.
Date: 26 April 2020; Time: 18:45 for 19:00 (GMT+2)
Topic: Biodiversity and Conservation in Angola
Date: 28 April 2020; Time: 18:45 for 19:00 (GMT+2)
Topic: Sangha Pangolin Project – working with the Ba’Aka to protect Pangolins in the Central African Republic
Join health professionals, conservation organizations, celebrities, and others in a global movement to call on our world’s governments to permanently end the commercial trade and sale in markets of wild terrestrial animals worldwide. Together we are urging the world’s governments to recognize that this is among the most important decisions that the global community can make to prevent future pandemics and global disruption. Every voice counts. Can youtake action?