Links

Follow The Black Eagle Project on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Black-Eagle-Project/166520386739894

Follow Meg Murgatroyd on Twitter https://twitter.com/Meg_Murg


The University of Amsterdam Bird Tracking System project page http://www.uva-bits.nl/project/the-effects-of-land-use-on-the-diet-and-hunting-habits-of-the-verreaux’s-eagle-in-the-western-cape-province-of-south-africa/ This is where you can find out more information about our GPS tracking.


Avisense consulting http://www.avisense.co.za We are teaming up with Avisense to GPS track Verreaux's eagles in the Karoo

Lucia's Rodrigues blog http://verreaux.wordpress.com/ 
Lucia  monitors Black eagle breeding success across the Western Cape and has been key in establishing this project.


Driehoek Wine http://www.cederberg-accommodation.co.za/wines.html
Driehoek  Wine is produced on some of the highest lying vineyards in South Africa. It is the oldest farm in the Cederberg and has kindly sponsored a small cottage base for the Black Eagle Project in 2012. For a beautiful getaway in the Cederberg also check out their accommodation.


Virtual Museum for Mammals http://vmus.adu.org.za
A virtual museum developed by the Animal Demography Unit - you are encouraged to submit your photographs and browse the database.


South African Birds Atlas Project http://sabap2.adu.org.za/ 
A unique project atlasing the birds of South Africa - know your birds? - Get involved!

The Animal Demography Unit on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/animal.demography.unit
Follow to keep up to date with interesting news from the department.


Roodekrans Black eagle Project http://www.blackeagles.co.za 
A project dedicated to conserving the pair of Black eagles at the Watler Sisulu Botanical Gardens, monitoring their breeding and educating the public.


Wonderboom Urban Verreaux's eagles Project http://www.blackeagleswb.com/ 
Monitoring the breeding of pair in Pretoria since 2004: due to human encroachment on their natural habitat breeding was unsuccessful for 5 years, but all this changed in 2010.

Can the Verreaux's eagle survive urbanisation?  http://www.fitzpatrick.uct.ac.za/africa_birds/
An interesting article featured in Africa - Birds & Birding in 2007 but by no means outdated.