The primary goal of the Okavango Wetland Birds Project is to record the distribution, breeding activity, and abundance of all wetland birds sighted along our 288km mokoro(dug-out canoe)-based transect across the entire Okavango Delta.
It has taken us less than 70 years to decimate most grey parrot populations, transforming the species into one of the most abundant, well-known and widespread pet parrots on Earth. Over a million have been...
Our focus is on endangered African species such as the Cape Parrot (the most endangered parrot in Africa), Congo Peafowl, Shelley’s Crimsonwing and African Skimmer - all of which need urgent investment.
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@wildbirdtrust: Great day for #okavango15 and the project, Minister signs MoU paving the way for more research expeditions in Angola https://t.co/QFBN4lkgSV