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
Monkeyland and Birds of Eden provides the primates and birds at the sanctuaries with a stable environment, one with permanence and where there is definitely no exploitation.
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Radio Sa

Radio station for South African expats, broadcast from London. Listen online.

Rainbow Nation

International South African online community.

Rainforest Information In Bengla (bengali) Language

Bengali or Bangla is native to the region of eastern South Asia known as Bengal, which comprises present day Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal. Nearly 230 million people speak Bengali as their native language, making it the forth or fifth most widely spoken language in the world.

Special thanks to Pradeep Lodaya for generously translating the "Educational rainforest information for children" document into Bengali.

Consent to the use of this document for free distribution via print or otherwise is hereby given, provided that mongabay.com is credited as the source. In English, this means you can freely distribute this document for educational purposes.

Raymond Pechacek

Raymond Pechacek lives in the U.S. and is married to a wonderful South African lady (BG!). He writes about the people, customs, wildlife, and places of South Africa, runs a consulting firm to help companies improve their global trade processes, and imports products into the U.S. - with an emphasis on supporting South Africa!

Readers Digest

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Real Women Make-up - Cruelty Free

Cruelty-free living is easy! I have done all the ground work for you. 

Please don’t turn a blind eye to what is going on in the world when it comes to animal testing. After reading this document you will be educated on how you can help and what products to avoid.

Take a look at the images on this site that are so familiar to us.  Kimberly Clark use images of puppies to advertise their toilet paper and Procter&Gamble choose cute bears.  Unilever uses a dove to market Dove products – yet these companies test their products on animals!  Shows how advertising actually works!!!!!:

Recycle City

There's lots to do here - people and places to visit and plenty of ways to explore how the city's residents recycle, reduce, and reuse waste.

To get started, just click on any section of Recycle City that you want to tour, or click on the Dumptown Game. You can create your own Recycle City scavenger hunt or go to the Activities area and see other ways you can explore.

When you leave this place, you'll know much more about what you can do to help protect the environment. Have fun!

Recycling For Kids

Did you know that recycling helps save the planet from things like global warming and rubbish? That’s right, by recycling things such as food packets and old toys, you are reducing the amount that gets put into the rubbish bin. This is a very good thing, because rubbish is full of nasty bugs that spread diseases and gases that increase global warming.

But what is recycling? How are things recycled? And what can you do to get more people to recycle?

Read through this leaflet, and by the end of it you will be able to teach your parents a thing or 2 about recycling.

Red List

The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ is widely recognized as the most comprehensive, objective global approach for evaluating the conservation status of plant and animal species. From its small beginning, the IUCN Red List has grown in size and complexity and now plays an increasingly prominent role in guiding conservation activities of governments, NGOs and scientific institutions. The introduction in 1994 of a scientifically rigorous approach to determine risks of extinction that is applicable to all species, has become a world standard. In order to produce the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™, the IUCN Species Programme working with the IUCN Survival Commission (SSC) and with members of IUCN draws on and mobilizes a network of scientists and partner organizations working in almost every country in the world, who collectively hold what is likely the most complete scientific knowledge base on the biology and conservation status of species.

The IUCN Red List is underpinned by information management tools (the Species Information Service) which facilitate the collection, management and processing of species data from workshop to publication on the IUCN Red List.

Redberry Farm

If you are looking for a fun and original day out there is nothing that rivals the Redberry Farm experience.  As one enters the farming area just outside George on the Geelhoutboom Road, you will be in awe of the rows and rows of strawberries in what is now known as “Strawberry Country”.  Redberry Farm is the first beacon that greets tourists along the beautiful Outeniqua Hop Route, where one is lured in by the sweet aroma of ripe berries.

Once you’ve chosen your container, you will be guided to the “Pick Your Own” strawberry fields, where you can take a carefree walk through the farm with the majestic Outeniqua Mountains in the background. A bulging container is a sure sign that the harvest is plentiful and one will quickly discover that the sweetest strawberry is the one that is hand-picked and eaten at room temperature. The best time for juicy sweet strawberry picking is from August to January, although Redberry Farm does pride itself in having strawberries all year round. 

Once your container is full you can head to the Tea Garden and indulge in the most delicious farm fresh treats. The scones are an experience not to be missed - topped with farm butter, homemade strawberry preserve and fresh clotted cream.  The children can immerse themselves in the outside playground, feed the rabbits, enjoy a train ride through the strawberry fields, ride a pony or experience walking on water in the Bubble Ball. 

The Farm Stall shelves are lined with products and a strawberry theme permeates the building, where one can browse through the deli and other unique products. Strawberry punnets at bargain prices, strawberry liqueur, strawberry jam, strawberry syrup and many other preserves will get you through any withdrawal symptoms you may have when you leave Redberry Farm.

Riebens

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Road Monkey

We believe you have but one life, so live it like you mean it.

We believe that when you push your boundaries a bit, you put yourself in position do the extraordinary for yourself and others.

We believe in a couple beers and a funny story after a long day on the trail.

Adventure philanthropy means going off the tourist path, and inspiring the kick-ass explorer in you to make the world a little better.

Challenge yourself with an outdoor adventure. Give back, sustainably, to a local community in need. Be extraordinary.

Sometimes, you gotta break a few rules to live life like you mean it.

Roberts Birds

Roberts Birds - First Edition
In December 1935 the South African Bird Book Fund was formed to fund a complete and up-to-date new bird book for southern Africa under the authorship of Austin Roberts, and illustrated by Norman C.K. Lighton. The successful and popular first edition, titled The Birds of South Africa, was published on 8 June 1940. The affairs of the fund were handled by the secretary, John Voelcker, who became chairman after the untimely death of Austin Roberts in 1948. He, together with the other Trustees of the Fund, became the driving force that ensured that the original edition was revised and updated.

Revisions
In 1957, seventeen years after the release of the first edition, the Trustees published the second edition under the authorship of G.R. McLachan and R. Liversidge, who also revised the third (1970) and fourth (1978) editions, titled Roberts Birds of South Africa. The Trust had by now become known as the John Voelcker Bird Book Fund, a non-profit organisation with limited funding derived from subscriptions and minimal profit from the sale of books. The fifth and sixth editions (1985 and 1993) were revised by Gordon L. Maclean. The seventh edition (2005), entrusted to the Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology, was completely rewritten under the editorship of P.A.R. Hockey, W.R.J. Dean, and P.G. Ryan.

Future Publications
With well over 300 000 copies of Roberts books sold to date, the John Voelcker Bird Book Fund is committed to remaining the forerunner in the publication of up-to-date bird information in the region, and to making publications as affordable as possible to the southern African birding community

Roberts Birds

Roberts Birds - First Edition: In December 1935 the South African Bird Book Fund was formed to fund a complete and up-to-date new bird book for southern Africa under the authorship of Austin Roberts, and illustrated by Norman C.K. Lighton. The successful and popular first edition, titled The Birds of South Africa, was published on 8 June 1940. The affairs of the fund were handled by the secretary, John Voelcker, who became chairman after the untimely death of Austin Roberts in 1948. He, together with the other Trustees of the Fund, became the driving force that ensured that the original edition was revised and updated.

Revisions: In 1957, seventeen years after the release of the first edition, the Trustees published the second edition under the authorship of G.R. McLachan and R. Liversidge, who also revised the third (1970) and fourth (1978) editions, titled Roberts Birds of South Africa. The Trust had by now become known as the John Voelcker Bird Book Fund, a non-profit organisation with limited funding derived from subscriptions and minimal profit from the sale of books. The fifth and sixth editions (1985 and 1993) were revised by Gordon L. Maclean. The seventh edition (2005), entrusted to the Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology, was completely rewritten under the editorship of P.A.R. Hockey, W.R.J. Dean, and P.G. Ryan.

Future Publications: With well over 300 000 copies of Roberts books sold to date, the John Voelcker Bird Book Fund is committed to remaining the forerunner in the publication of up-to-date bird information in the region, and to making publications as affordable as possible to the southern African birding community.

Roofus’ Solar Home

At this site, meet a dog named Roofus who’s an expert on solar energy and energy efficiency. As you visit different parts of Roofus’ energy smart house, you’ll find energy saving tips and simple experiments to help you understand how energy works.

Rsa Search

New search engin in South Africa.

Rudi Coertzen

Rudy Coertzen (Director of Photography) is available for broadcast projects, corporate (marketing) videos and events. To find out more, please visit www.bhive.co.za

Rugby In South Africa

South Africans are rugby mad. On any given match day, men, women and children can be seen wearing rugby jerseys and reveling in the green and gold, the colours worn by the Springboks, South Africa’s national team and current holders of the World Cup.

Both the South African Rugby Union (SARU) and the actual game of rugby have been at the forefront of change on the South African sports scene over the past ten years, and management structures and strategies in SARU have continuously evolved to keep up with changes and challenges on the South African playing field.

SARU is committed to the new South Africa, constantly emphasizing the role of the sport and the country’s national teams in encouraging patriotism and instilling national pride in people from all walks of life. Rugby is also one sport in which South African teams compete with – and regularly beat – the top teams from around the globe.

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