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Raptors Botswana is a “sister group” and the flag under which we do our conservation work on vultures. All vulture species in Botswana are either critically endangered or endangered so we view our work with vulture as very important. As vultures move all around Botswana and indeed southern Africa, we partner with many organizations and deal with many issues that affect the conservation of vultures.

KRC also conducts a variety of outreach programs in the communities living near the KTP and in other parts of Botswana.


Engaging and involving communities can be an important part of wildlife conservation. We believe that developing local capacity is the key to long term and sustainable wildlife conservation in Botswana and most of our students and team members are Botswana Nationals.


Of the eight students that have passed or are about to pass their masters or PhD programs with KRC, six have come from Botswana and all are actively involved in wildlife conservation today in Botswana.

The Kalahari is a unique and fragile ecosystem supporting a rich diversity of plants and animals.


Kalahari Research and Conservation are working to understand and conserve this distinctive landscape in the face of increasing challenges.


Pemberton Partners has continued to work with Raptors Botswana over a number of years and remains committed to supporting the project. 

The project is always seeking further funding, for further information please contact: Dr. Glyn Maude:

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