Zandvlei Trust

ZIMP - Bird Gallery.

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Do you know.

You can contribute to;

  • the MyBirdPatch run by the ADU (Animal Demographic Unit) at the University of Cape Town.

 

What is MyBirdPatch
MyBirdPatch is a web-based platform for birders and citizen scientists to collect and curate their bird lists, for any area they define.

Who can use it
Any birders, or citizen scientist, who wants to contibute their lists to the growing knowledgebase of bird distribution and counts in Africa.

Why do we do it
To monitor the distribution changes over time, and attempt to track hotspots of bird populations in Africa over time.

How to go about it.
Read these notes as a starter.

The project is supported and endorsed by both the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) as well as BirdLife South Africa (BLSA).

 


 

 
 photograph by Greg Morgan.

Little Stint.

Greg Morgan's  photo gallery

gallery 27 updated
17/08/2015.
gallery 28 updated
gallery 25 - gallery 26 -
gallery 23 - gallery 24 -
gallery 21 - gallery 22 -
gallery 19 - gallery 20 -
gallery 17 - gallery 18 -
gallery 15 - gallery 16 -
gallery 13 - gallery 14 -
gallery 11 - gallery 12 -
gallery 9 - gallery 10 -
gallery  7 - gallery  8 -
gallery  5 - gallery  6 -
gallery  3 - gallery  4 -
gallery  1 - gallery  2 -

 



photograph by Ann Koeslag.

Black Sparrowhawk, juvenile. 

Ann Koeslag's photo gallery
gallery 4 -
gallery 3 -
gallery 2 -
gallery 1 -

 



photograph by Gavin Lawson.

Cape Robin Chat sunning itself.

Gavin Lawson's  photo gallery
gallery 11 updated gallery 12 updated
gallery 9 - gallery 10 -
gallery 7 - gallery 8 -
gallery 5 - gallery 6 -
gallery 3 - gallery 4 -
gallery 1 - gallery 2 -

                                                                                                                                 

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