Archive for tag: Limpopo

building a biodiversity economy

25 December, 2008 | Uncategorized | By: Craig (Thor's Dad)

industry summary The core production area of the South African nut industry is concentrated in the northern parts of the country. Pecan nuts and macadamias are produced predominantly in the Limpopo and Mpumalanga and groundnuts are farmed extensively in the Limpopo, Free State and North West provinces. impact on biodiversity The Cape Parrot is an […]

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Report on the 2007 Cape Parrot Big Birding Day

23 May, 2007 | Uncategorized | By: Craig (Thor's Dad)

by: Prof. Colleen T. Downs, I think we can be proud that we have done this for 10 years and that many of you have loyally been involved over this time. I think the greatest value has been increased awareness of Cape Parrots and of their forest habitat. I am collating the data for the 10 year period to produce more detailed distribution maps, and to model the population dynamics.

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