How can you help save the Cape Vulture?
By Studying them!
Did you know?
The future of the Cape Griffon (Vulture) lies with the people of southern Africa and it would be a sad day if these impressive birds no longer soared on wide pinions above their mountain home.
The Cape Vulture is faced with natural as well as human-related threats to its survival.
The food supply may be a factor in the birds' decline. The quality of food rather than the quantity seems to be the problem.
In the past, Cape Vultures relied on bone flakes from carcasses to supplement their chicks.
Without the supply of calcium from the bone, chicks develop a disease called "osteodystropy" whereby their bones are deformed and break easily.
Much Much More!!!
Here at Mzimkhulu Game Ranch we have one of the last breading colonies of Cape Vultures.
We provide space and opportunities to study the Cape vulture.
We keep the following game on our 513 Hectare land: (Blesbuck; Impala; bushbuck; Nyala; Blue Wildebeest; Zebra and Bush pig).
We have controlled hunting and culling of imported game to preserve and multiply stocks for future preservation.
You can book now your place at Mzimkhulu Game Ranch to get up and close to these birds to study them and help prolong their existence.
You book your students to experience this opportunity to study the last of the Cape Vultures.
Your institution WILL BECOME part of the Cape Vulture's survival.
You as a leading institution are hereby invited to send students to observe and study the Cape vultures at our Mzimkhulu Game Ranch in Natal South Africa.
We will only charge you for the accommodation and meals.
We also provide employment to the local surrounding tribal community.
We need you!
The Vultures need to eat!
Together we can survive.
Did you know? The Cape Vultures have lived in captivity for more than 14 days without eating? Can you? Yes, by faith alone. Don't waste time!!!
Contact us to book your space NOW!!!!!!! THEY ARE HERE NOW
MZIMKHULU GAME RANCH
Peter D'Oliveira email@example.com
Bookings or enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
GPS Co Ordinates: S30.65438 E30.19718
HOW CAN WE HELP THE "CAPE VULTURE"???????