VULTURE RESEARCH IN FULL SWING

Vultures are not really the most popular bird or animal to tick on your game viewing list.  People see them as ugly, perhaps due to their bald heads, beady eyes and “bad” repertoire. Vultures are also often portrayed as the “baddies” in animated films where they are a clear indication of trouble or the bearers of bad news. However, they are quite misunderstood and if you are able to put aside your vulture prejudice, you might learn a few interesting things about these amazing birds.

 

Research & Conservation

Kanabo Conservation Link (KCL) is a registered non-profit organisation (Reg No 91495) that aims to establish a link between conservation, the general public and business... Our Vision»

KANABO Conservation Link

Geared with a new structure and fresh approach to address conservation issues, we invite you to become part of our journey, and who knows what the future may hold… Our Mission»

Conservation Projects

Wildebeest are water dependant and during the dry seasons the CKGR Wildebeest population used to migrate to the rich water system in the South Western part of Botswana. The CKGR... Our Projects»
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