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Article: Birding Rwanda by Peter Ryan & Callan Cohen, Africa Birds & Birding, Vol 15, No. 1, February/March 2010

Read Peter Ryan's and Callan Cohen's article about Rwanda Birding and get ready for our African Bird Club Conservation Fund Tour to Rwanda!

We are pleased to offer 'Conservation Tours' that generate funds for the African Bird Club Conservation Fund. A fully booked Conservation Tour should fund at least one ABC Expedition Award. Conservation Tour participants automatically support valuable projects across the continent, particularly in poorly explored areas.

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Birding Africa is a specialist birding tour company customising tours for both world listers and more relaxed holiday birders. †We combine interests in mammals, butterflies, dragonflies, botany and other natural history aspects and will guide you to Africa's and Madagascar's most diverse birding destinations. Our guides' knowledge of African birds and birding areas is our greatest strength and together we have rediscovered species, shared exciting observations with the birding community and had a fun time exploring our home continent. †We've even written two acclaimed guide books on where to find Southern Africa's and Madagascar's best birds. Birding is more than our passion, it's our lifestyle, and we are dedicated to making professional, best value trips filled with endemic species and unique wildlife experiences. Since 1997, we've run bird watching tours in South Africa and further into Africa for individual birders, small birding groups and top international tour companies. We've run Conservation Tours in association with the African Bird Club and work with and consult for a number of other top international tour companies and the BBC Natural History Unit.

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