Sign up at CAWS Mvuu Camp and Lodge to be a part of the International Waterbird Census.
The Central African Wilderness Safaris (CAWS) team is once again planning to participate in the International Waterbird Census at Mvuu Camp and Lodge in Liwonde National Park, which takes place next year in early January.
The International Waterbird Census is coordinated by Wetlands International across 143 countries. It aims to translate long-term monitoring and repeated data collection into improved management and understanding of wetlands and the lives that they support. Waterbirds are a key part of the wetland ecosystems and their presence. Knowing their numbers and trends offers valuable insights into the health and quality of a wetland.
CAWS will be putting together a full programme for the count as well as offering special packages.
Save the date: The count is scheduled for the 12th to 13th January 2019.
Registration: To register your space and find out more about the packages on offer, contact CAWS on firstname.lastname@example.org
Feature image by Bentley Palmer