Thank you for your support

We are fortunate to have dedicated sponsors for each of our resident birds. Sponsors pay an annual fee which covers their feeding. If you are interested in learning about sponsorship, or would like to donate or get involved in a project, please get in touch.

How can you help?

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Visit our awareness centre

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Make a donation

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Support our gift & souvenir shop

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Daily tour times (closed Mondays)

10:00AM / 12:00PM & 2:00PM

Reception / shop

CALL TO BOOK (078) 135 3611

Where to find us?

THE HEATH COMPLEX, N2 PLETTENBERG BAY

VISIT US – GUIDED TOURS & FLYING DEMONSTRATIONS

Open Tuesday to Sunday. Closed Mondays except for public holidays and during school holiday periods.

Our tours and flying demonstrations may be affected by adverse weather conditions and we are limited to 50 people per tour so please phone ahead and book to avoid disappointment.

To protect yourself against Covid-19 and to protect our birds from avian flu. You are required to wear a mask and sanitize your hands and shoes upon arrival.

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Adults R140

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Children (3-12) R90

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12+ and students R120

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Seniors (60+) R120

Where to find us?

THE HEATH COMPLEX PLETTENBERG BAY

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Our boy Blue #82

Like the team at Vulpro, we believe that every individual contributes toward saving wild vulture populations.
We adopted a Cape Vulture (Gyps coprotheres), #YB82, “Blue”, from Vulpro for educational purposes. Although he doesn’t live at our centre, we sponsor his feeding. 

He was sadly a statistic in a poisoning incident in 2013. He was rehabilitated at the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, but could not be released having spent so long in captivity and because his eyesight was poor. He was then housed at the MonteCasino Bird Gardens. When he started displaying mating behaviour he was sent to Vulpro to breed. Blue now forms a valuable part of Vulpro’s Cape Vulture captive breeding programme. He is  #YB90’s partner and together are parents of nest #7. They have successfully produced offspring which have been released adding to the wild vulture populations

 

Thank you to our sponsors

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 Thank you for your kind donations

BirdLife Plett
Geoff & Pat Fotheringham
Rupert Horley
Michael Bridgeford
Andre & Sally du Plessis
Francesca & Alfonso du Chaud

Myra Passmore
Maggie Steyn
Desmond Harrison

 

We are in need of the following equipment in order for our rehabilitation facility to be fully operational. Should you have second hand equipment or be in a position to make a donation please get in touch.

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Animals Suffer During Capture and Transport

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Photography credits
Barn owl & Mark – Grace Harrison / Long crested eagle – Michael Brideford / Rock kestrel – Ernest Porter / Black winged kite – Jo Howell / African fish eagle in rehab – supplied by Vulpro

Contact Us

The Heath Complex, N2 Harkerville, Plettenberg Bay 6600

+27 78 135 3611

+27 73 948 8371

info@raptorrescueplett.co.za