This year, BirdLife South Africa's Save Our Seabirds Festival tackled the issues of overfishing, pollution and habitat loss.
The Proudly South African band, Freshlyground, delivered a flashmob style performance at the V&A Waterfront in support of Birdlife South Africa and the Save Our Seabirds Festival.
The top 50 finalists' photos from the Oceans of Life photographic competition will be on display at the Iziko South African Museum, Cape Town until 20 November 2011.
“The forests around our village are important because they are our main source of fuel wood and medicines”“The roads to our village are so bad that we can’t effectively market our fish and the prices we get locally are too low”
Conservation International, supported by BirdLife International, today launched a new small grants funding opportunity to further global and local understanding and practice of gender equality and women’s empowerment vis-à-vis environmental conser
The Eastern Afromontane Hotspot Regional Implementation Team - consisting of BirdLife International, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and the Ethiopian Wildlife and Natural History Society - has launched a new