Archive for tag: South Africa

Comment on the 2010 Cape Parrot Day Report

6 August, 2010 | Uncategorized | By: Craig (Thor's Dad)

by: Simon Espley Trustee of Wild Bird Trust, There are a number of issues raised in your report that require comment. The Cape Parrot Project is fully committed to keeping this special bird safe in the wild.

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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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Cape Parrot Newsletter – Number 5

8 August, 2007 | Uncategorized | By: Craig (Thor's Dad)

by Tiawanna (Tee) Taylor – Here is the 5th Cape Parrot Newsletter, this issue includes items on the 10th Cape Parrot Big Birding Day and feedback from the CPWG AGM. A request for help from Bill Bainbridge, an update on the CP with the broken beak (header photo) and a report from the BirdLife Trogons. I would like to thank all those who have
contributed something to this issue. It is always a task finding things to include and it is really great to be able
to include some both current and interesting items in this issue.

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Cape Parrot Workshop

6 December, 2000 | Uncategorized | By: Craig (Thor's Dad)

This is a report on the Cape Parrot workshop held in South Africa on December 6, 2000. By William Horsfield

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DR. Collen Downs Speaks On Cape Parrots

21 September, 2000 | Uncategorized | By: Craig (Thor's Dad)

South African Cape expert speaks in the United Kindom. By Dana Parrott & Craig Harris

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Report On The Cape Parrot Big Birding Day 2000

21 July, 2000 | Uncategorized | By: Craig (Thor's Dad)

Numbers of Cape Parrots counted on the Cape Parrot Big Birding Day. By Colleen T. Downs

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