The Wild Bird Trust aims to keep birds safe in the wild with a combination of research and action. We are a registered non-profit public benefit organization.

The Wild Bird Trust raises funds from individual donors, charitable foundations, corporations, private organizations, civic clubs, and other groups with an interest in conserving birds in the wild.

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Current Projects

Cape Parrot Project

The Cape Parrot is South Africa’s only endemic parrot, and the species may disappear before most South African even knew about this endangered bird.

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National Geographic Okavango Wilderness Project

The Wild Bird Trust is partnered with the National Geographic Society for the NGOWP. The primary goal of the NGOWP is to use scientific and survey work to build connections among governments, non-governmental organizations, and local communities to help inform planning for the long-term goal of establishing sustainable management of the Okavango watershed’s source rivers and to protect them forever.

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Wild Bird Revolution

The Wild Bird Revolution is about sharing awesome images of wild birds from all over the world with the people of the world!

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Nkashi Classic

The Nkashi Classic is being launched as a celebration of the mokoro and the nkashi which is used to propel it. It will take the form of an individual time trial race along a set course on the Thamalakane River, Maun , Botswana.

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