Rockjumper has long been a Corporate Sponsor of the Ornithological Society of the Middle East, the Caucasus and Central Asia, and we are delighted to have donated £1,000 to ensure the success of their free Middle East bird app project.
Rockjumper has partnered with African Bird Club on another exciting app project to aid in the conservation, communication and education about Africa’s birds. The app will be available on the Apple App Store and Google Play in the coming months. To get this project off the ground, Rockjumper had the privilege of contributing an initial amount of £10,000, running expenses of up to £1,000 per annum, and a large volume of images.
Penguins are nature’s best comedians. While an up-close Marabou Stork is spectacularly ugly, and an adult Bald Eagle is both regal and fierce, penguins are impossibly amusing. Waddling along so very bipedal, stumbling along stony beaches, braying loudly, they seem clumsy yet they are always impeccably attired. African Penguins by Adam Riley When you see…
The Wakkerstroom Southern Bald Ibis Project has been in place for the last 20 years. Groups of volunteers monitor all the breeding colonies of these stunning and range-restricted birds (classified as Vulnerable by IUCN) around Wakkerstroom in eastern South Africa. Each colony is visited 5 or 6 times over their three-month nesting period.
From restoring habitats for Babolinks to developing the Best Management Practices for Nesting Grassland Birds throughout Massachusetts, the Mass Audubon scientists use rigorous evidence-based data to restore and protect our state’s wild treasures.