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South Africa gets first biodiversity tax incentive
BirdLife South Africa’s Fiscal Benefits Project is proud to announce that the very first biodiversity tax incentive has been placed in a landowner’s tax return.
Saving Africa's only native penguin species
Africa’s only native penguin species is inching towards extinction due to local food shortages. Conservationists are now trying to reconnect penguin and prey
Volunteer conservationists draw attention to Lake Bogoria
Lake Bogoria is a great attraction for tourists, but it is also an Important Bird and Biodiversity Area, hosting flocks of Lesser Flamingos and hot springs.
Welcome to the all-new BirdLife Africa monthly newsletter
Welcome to the all-new BirdLife Africa monthly newsletter.
Women are changing landscapes in Senegal
There is no shortage of ideas for these courageous women who want to invest more in the conservation of Senegal's Kalissaye Ornithological Reserve.
Des femmes actives dans la mangrove
Les idées ne manquent pas pour les femmes de Kalissaye au Sénégal, qui veulent s’investir davantage dans la conservation de cette importante aire protégée.
Saving forests and farms in Nigeria
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), under the GEF-SGP, has adopted an integrated forest management approach to enhance the economy of three selected forest-edge communities in Cross River State.
Zimbabwe's life-giving wetlands saved from cluster home fate
BirdLife's Zimbabwean Partner has helped halt the conversion of one of Harare's most vital wetlands to flats - a big win both for the capital's nature, and its people
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