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BirdLife Botswana remains active providing services to its members, which are the valuable mainstay of BLB. It is also heavily involved in education and outreach, and continues to undertake research and be involved in conservation. 

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Dear BLB member,

Owing to the recent restrictions on gatherings by the President and the high incidence of the virus, we have decided to postpone our AGM and next walk, which was due to take place on 5th September in Mokolodi.  I repeat: there will be no walk on 5th September owing to Government restrictions.

So, what next?   There is a public holiday on 1st October, which means that some members may be away for that long weekend.  Depending on what unfolds before then, we will EITHER have our AGM after a walk on 10th October or do it by Zoom meeting on a date to be announced.  Obviously we would prefer to hold the meeting where we can socialise with one another.Read more.


Installation of Elephant Deterrent Webbing System (EDWS) in response to elephant crop-raiding in Boteti area, Using online platform to build local CBO CapacityBuilding multi-sectorial capacity to tackle illegal wildlife poisoning,  Biodiversity monitoring Training workshops in Wetland areas District Council Presentation,  Dead vultures incident near Mosu Village,  World Wetlands Day,Education awareness session,   African Bird Club Supports Communities,  BirdLife Botswana statement on the recent vulture poisoning incidentTirelo Sechaba(TS) officers orientation workshop,  Evaluating human elephant conflict mitigation strategies in Makgadikgadi Wetland System,  Xere cultural documentation for ecotourism venture 

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