Friday, 20 September 2013




Your birding lodge in Francistown

Photos and text by Stefan Rust

(In terms of the Geneva Convention the copyright of these texts belong to Stefan Rust)

BirdsConTour honoured the second lodge in Botswana with a two penguin-rated Bird & Birder Friendly Award!

The number of establishments outside Namibia that operate bird and birder friendly is increasing, according to the bird conservation and tourism organization (BirdsConTour).
Rewarding the Dumela Lodge in Francistown, Botswana, Stefan Rust, representative of BirdsConTour, praised the effort the lodge staff does in supporting the wild garden birds.

Indigenous trees on the lodge ground attract wild birds.                      A bird friendly water pond 

The aim is to show visitors to the lodge that Dumela Lodge is supporting bird conservation. It is amazing how much the diversity of wild birds increases with a bird friendly garden!

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