African Conservation

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Angola
Angola
Angola is among Africa's most biologically diverse countries. Within its borders lie habitats ranging from the parched gravel plains of the Namib, one of the world's driest deserts, to the lush rainforests of the Congo Basin.
Botswana
Botswana
Many bird species (1,213 species in 2004) are threatened with global extinction, compelling each and every country to initiate activities to reverse this trend. In Botswana Birdlife Botswana and its collaborators have identified twenty birds that are potentially the most threatened, and have termed these the "Birds of Concern".
Burundi
Burundi
The ABN is mainly characterized by its democratic structure, strongly inspired by its international partners, such as BirdLife International and IUCN, in which, the Association enjoys a privileged status as collaborator.
Cameroon
Cameroon
The Society is taking part in the African IBA (Important Bird Areas) project and its objective is to identify and document key areas for biodiversity, using birds as indicators and to promote conservation actions on these sites.
Ghana
Ghana
The GWS was first formed in the early 1970s but functioned for a few years and became dormant. In 1991, it was revived by the Save the Seashore Birds Project - Ghana (SSPC-G)
Nigeria
Nigeria
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) is Nigeria's foremost non-governmental organisation dedicated to the promotion of nature conservation. Formed in 1980 and registered in 1982 as a Charitable Trust...
Tanzania
Tanzania
Tanzania has unparalleled wildlife and natural resources. Perched on the crossroads of many of the extensive biomes that cover Africa, it also boasts the highest and lowest points on the continent; the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro and the bottom of Lake Tanganyika.
Western Cape
Western Cape
CapeNature's vision is to establish a conservation economy in the Western Cape and to turn biodiversity conservation into a key component of local economic development processes in the province.
Angola
Angola
Angola is among Africa's most biologically diverse countries. Within its borders lie habitats ranging from the parched gravel plains of the Namib, one of the world's driest deserts, to the lush rainforests of the Congo Basin.
Botswana
Botswana
Many bird species (1,213 species in 2004) are threatened with global extinction, compelling each and every country to initiate activities to reverse this trend. In Botswana Birdlife Botswana and its collaborators have identified twenty birds that are potentially the most threatened, and have termed these the "Birds of Concern".
Burundi
Burundi
The ABN is mainly characterized by its democratic structure, strongly inspired by its international partners, such as BirdLife International and IUCN, in which, the Association enjoys a privileged status as collaborator.
Cameroon
Cameroon
The Society is taking part in the African IBA (Important Bird Areas) project and its objective is to identify and document key areas for biodiversity, using birds as indicators and to promote conservation actions on these sites.
Ghana
Ghana
The GWS was first formed in the early 1970s but functioned for a few years and became dormant. In 1991, it was revived by the Save the Seashore Birds Project - Ghana (SSPC-G)
Nigeria
Nigeria
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) is Nigeria's foremost non-governmental organisation dedicated to the promotion of nature conservation. Formed in 1980 and registered in 1982 as a Charitable Trust...
Tanzania
Tanzania
Tanzania has unparalleled wildlife and natural resources. Perched on the crossroads of many of the extensive biomes that cover Africa, it also boasts the highest and lowest points on the continent; the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro and the bottom of Lake Tanganyika.
Western Cape
Western Cape
CapeNature's vision is to establish a conservation economy in the Western Cape and to turn biodiversity conservation into a key component of local economic development processes in the province.

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