Garden Route Birds Of Prey in George

Wide Selection of Birds of Prey At Garden Route Birds Of Prey - Hawks and Eagles Falcons and Owls

Garden Route Birds of Prey was established by Bertus and Lizette Beukes in 2018 and is situated in George, Western Cape.

Most vets have the necessary facility to help stabilize and look after birds of prey for a few days, but soon after, they are released, some too early in their recovery. It was decided to start a place where we as a rehab centre could help our community and birds of prey in the area, and also house those that are unable to be released by using them for educational purposes. Our aim was and still is to educate and help our community by raising awareness around BoP and the importance around conserving them by raising awareness surrounding Human-Wildlife conflict that occurs throughout the world. In order for us to do so, we need the support from the public as we cannot do it without their help.

Birds and Owls

Birds of prey’ are large, predatory bird species that have hooked bills, sharp talons, strong feet, and keen eyesight and hearing. They tend to feed on small mammals, birds, insects and reptiles.

Sponsor a Bird

Sponsorship entails involvement, both financial and emotional, with the life and care of a specific bird here at the facility. As a Sponsor you contribute to the basic care and well-being of the animal you sponsor. In return, you will receive regular updates and photos of your Sponsored bird.

Donations

We are a a non-profit organization (NPO) Garden Route Birds of Prey is largely funded by donors - friends, family and visitors - who have a heart for rehabilitation and wildlife. We will welcome any assistance to achieve our goals.

Rescues

Birds of prey’ are large, predatory bird species that have hooked bills, sharp talons, strong feet, and keen eyesight and hearing. They tend to feed on small mammals, birds, insects and reptiles.

Birds Show

Birds of prey’ are large, predatory bird species that have hooked bills, sharp talons, strong feet, and keen eyesight and hearing. They tend to feed on small mammals, birds, insects and reptiles.

Rehabilitation

Birds of prey’ are large, predatory bird species that have hooked bills, sharp talons, strong feet, and keen eyesight and hearing. They tend to feed on small mammals, birds, insects and reptiles.

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