Birds of Eden the largest free flight bird aviary in the world, Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Adventures South Africa
Birds of Eden the largest free flight bird aviary in the world, Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Adventures South Africa
Birds of Eden the largest free flight bird aviary in the world, Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Adventures South Africa
TAMHF is home to both primates (monkeys, lemurs and apes) and birds, who are unable to live natural lives because of the loss of a limb, an illness disability and/or psychological problem.
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Join Our Instawalk At Birds Of Eden, Plettenberg Bay

On the 1st of March 2015 at 11am the Introductory #Instawalk of the South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance will take place at Birds of Eden.  Being our very first #Instawalk we hope to have a memorable occasion.  We will only be able to host 20 enthusiastic #Instagrammers so contact Vijver on as soon as possible to get your name on the list.  The winner of our #InstawalkSV will receive a one year membership for them and a companion worth R1500.  This membership allows you and your companion to visit Monkeyland, Birds of Eden as well as Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary as many times as you like during a 365 day  period!  This membership will open doors to amazing #Wildlifephotography moments that will leave you breathless and who knows…maybe even put you on the map as a serious #WildlifeInstagrammer.  We are hoping to have annual #InstawalkSV throughout the year and will keep interested parties updated on the development of them.  So what are you waiting for get your name on the list ASAP!  

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Eia Campaign Administrator – Forests

EIA Campaign Administrator – Forests
January 7, 2015
Organisation: Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA)
Location: Islington, London
DeskPosition Type: Paid, Full Time, Permanent
Salary:  £competitive
Application Closing Date: 5pm on Monday, January 26, 2015
Contact Name: Bill Dishington
Contact Email:
Contact Phone: +44 (0) 20 7354 7960

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The 11th International Conference On Responsible Tourism In Destinations

RTD11 The 11th  International Conference on Responsible Tourism in Destinations 14th – 15th April 2014 
The first International Conference on Responsible Tourism in Destinations took place in Cape Town in 2002, it was organised with Western Cape Tourism as a side event to the World Summit on Sustainable Development held in Johannesburg ten years on from Rio.
The Cape Town Conference established the city as the birthplace of the idea of Responsible Tourism in Destinations. The 2002 conference brought together tourism businesses, governments and inter-governmental organisations to discuss how the ideas of Responsible Tourism developing in Europe could build on the South African national policy adopted in 1996. The Cape Town Declaration on Responsible Tourism  endorsed by 280 delegates from 20 countries placed  the City has been at the forefront of Responsible Tourism implementation in South Africa and globally. The World Travel Market’s Responsible Tourism programme used the Cape Town Declaration’s definition of Responsible Tourism. The World Travel Market 2014 Industry Report published in November 2014 reported that 86% of respondents perceived sustainability to be important to their business and more than 60 per cent of respondents said that responsible tourism will increase over the next three years, 30% say it will increase significantly.

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Air France To Fly To South Africa

Air China will commence direct flights into South Africa from March as part of the strengthening of its codeshare agreement with South African Airways, an inside source has told Tourism Update. DoT deputy director: licensing and permits, Andries Ntjane, also confirmed that Air China had made a request for designation to operate on the route to South Africa. He explained that since Air China was a licensed operator, there shouldn’t be any major hurdles. “It’s just a formality,” he added. Air China will operate direct flights to Johannesburg from Beijing with a 45-minute layover before continuing on to Cape Town, the source said. The introduction of direct flights coincides with 2015 being the ‘Year of China’ in South Africa. “The final detail is happening this month for operations in March,” the source confirmed. Caro Malherbe and Dorine Reinstein.  Sourced from: Tourismupdate

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Poachers Beware!

Upon first glance, the new efforts undertaken by the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya on behalf of their wildlife may seem extreme. Pause for a moment, though, and consider this fact: three of six endangered white rhinos left on the planet reside at the reserve. Now, Ol Pejeta’s military-style plan may feel less scary and more necessary.
Teams of Kenyan police reservists are trained to a high level and armed against the threat of poachers. Trained dogs work side-by-side with these men to patrol the reserve’s some 90,000 acres and safeguard the astounding variety of animals at Ol Pejeta in addition to the endangered white rhino, including lions, leopards, zebras, elephants, buffalo, chimpanzees, and hartebeests. And from above, drones monitor the land, alerting the staff to any disconcerting presence or issue. A three-pronged approach to safety may sound complex, but Ol Pejeta will not rest until the day when all wildlife’s survival is guaranteed. 

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