On 3d and 4th of October, SABUKO organized and held the Capacity Building Conference for youth in Wildlife Research and Conservation in Georgia, Tbilisi. The attendees of the conference were the participants of Youth-Led Advocacy for Wildlife Conservation (YLAWC) project, speakers from different organizations as well as countries and students – young researchers, who took
World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) is an annual awareness-raising campaign highlighting the need for the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats. It has a global outreach and is an effective tool to help raise global awareness of the threats faced by migratory birds, their ecological importance, and the need for international cooperation to conserve
Author: David Thomas Full article is available here. We’ve driven across rolling green hills for the past two hours and have yet to see a single person, a pattern that has continued for the last two days. I’m visiting the Chachuna Managed Reserve in Eastern Georgia, the project being managed by BirdLife Europe with their
Sabuko actively participated in the annual Batumi Birding Festival 2019, held on September 2-7. The festival included several main activities: daily monitoring of bird migration from different spots and data analysis at the end of the day; also presentations and discussions. Natia Javakhishvili, director of Sabuko hosted a discussion on illegal hunting within the scopes
Sabuko’s half-year report summarizes Sabuko’s work and main activities in direction of conservation, wildlife protection and awareness raising.
Assessing the Scale of Hunting of Birds Based on the Available Data and Reports Across Georgia with a Focus on Batumi Bottleneck
Illegal killing is one of the main risks for the birds becoming extinct globally. Poaching birds became one of the major threats for bird migrating between Europe and Africa. Every autumn more than 1,000,000+ birds of prey migrate through the Batumi Bottleneck. Batumi Raptor Count (BRC) along with SABUKO work on monitoring and conserve birds