: the sister company to Cape Town
Pelagics arranges birding trips for world listers and more
laid back birders, as well as mammal, botany and natural
history trips. Birding Africa also customises trips for
individuals or small groups. Based in Cape Town, they
specialise in South Africa and southern Africa, including
Namibia and Botswana, Uganda, Cameroon, Tanzania, Gabon,
Ethiopia and Madagascar.
: Based at the University
of Cape Town, the Fitz is Africa's foremost ornithological
institute and a world-class producer of science and conservation
knowledge and students or researchers. It offers an excellent
masters programme in Conservation Biology and the Niven
Library has one of the greatest collections of ornithological
: Formerly the Avian Demography
Unit, this University of Cape Town research unit hosts an
excellent research and conservation site with an impressive
body of information on Cape and south Atlantic seabirds.
: South Africa's multi-award-winning
birding magazine, with regular seabird feature articles
and pelagics news.