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IN THIS ISSUE  December 2019

Annual Taita survey • Out with the old... • New flufftail survey season starts • Conservation Division restructured • Records, records and more records • African Birdlife magazine

Annual Taita survey

Earlier this month, members of the Taita Falcon survey team completed their 12th annual inspection of the Mpumalanga/Limpopo escarpment to assess the status of Taita Falcons there.
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Conservation Division restructured

BirdLife South Africa’s Conservation Division has just completed a successful restructuring process that will enable it to remain at the forefront of tackling important conservation issues.
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Records, records and more records!

Birding Big Day 2019 was a massive success. Nearly 300 teams – more than 1000 birders – recorded 667 species, breaking the previous record. And with teams competing at provincial level for the first time, there were inaugural provincial record holders too!
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Out with the old...

As we head into 2020, it’s not too late to get the brand-new Birds of Southern Africa calendar.
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New flufftail survey season starts

The 2019/2020 survey season for the elusive White-winged Flufftail kicked off when a team of four BirdLife South Africa staff members set up camera traps in wetlands around the Greater Lakenvlei Protected Environment in November. 
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African Birdlife

Top birders’ top birding spots, Gabon and Ngorongoro, and the biology that makes birds so amazing are just some of the features of the November/December issue of African Birdlife.
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