Connecting Plants, Birds and People
We aim to heal the relationship between plants, birds and people by restoring migration routes for nectar feeding birds across the city of Cape Town.
By planting gardens of carefully selected nectar producing plants on strategically located school grounds we are creating “filling stations” for birds and outdoor classrooms for learners.
Our ten-year vision is to grow a migration corridor across the Cape Flats linking Muizenberg Mountain to the Boland Mountains, 40 km away, connecting several isolated urban conservation areas and engaging an additional 60 schools.
“Stepping Stones Through Fragmented Environments” – A film by Caretakers
Partners and Collaborators
Our work is made possible through our growing network of partners and collaborators, along with financial support from the National Geographic Society, Botanical Society of South Africa – Kirstenbosch Branch, Table Mountain Fund and University of Stellenbosch – Social Impact.
If you are interested in collaborating with us or supporting our work, please get in contact (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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