cape birding route > home
 
Info Service
About Us
Birding Spots
Tours
Day Guiding
Accommodation
Pelagics
Car Hire
Resources
Contact Us
 
    Site Map


Contact Us

We are only 10 minutes from the airport in Cape Town, so you're welcome to drop by after arrival for some orientation, to discuss your plans with us, or simply for a cup of tea and to search for the Cape Dwarf Chameleons in our garden. Have a look at the other wildlife in our office's garden!

Email
Telephone
Emergency after hours
Fax
Address
Skype

Directions

info@capebirdingroute.org
+27 (0) 21 531 9148 +27 (0) 21 531 6405.
+27 (0)83 256 0491
+27 (0) 21 531 8289
4 Crassula Way, Pinelands 7405, Cape Town, South Africa
Please email us if you want to Skype

For directions to our office, from Cape Town International Airport or the city centre, please download this map.


Marje Hemp

Marje Hemp
Operations Manager: Western Cape and Southern Africa

info@capebirdingroute.org +27 (0) 21 531 9148
Emergency after hours: +27 (0) 83 959 5174

Deirdre Vrancken
Website maintenance
Operations Manager: West, Central and East Africa and Madagascar

info@capebirdingroute.org +27 (0) 21 531 9148
Emergency after hours: +27 (0) 73 325 8723

Amanda Kropman
Cape Town Pelagics bookings consultant

info@capetownpelagics.com +27 (0) 83 270 7452
Emergency after hours: +27 (0) 83 270 7452

Callan Cohen
Managing Director

callan@birdingafrica.com +27 (0) 21 521 9148
Emergency after hours: +27 (0) 83 256 0491



This website is maintained by Birding Africa.
Please do not use any text, images or content from this site without permission.
© Birding Africa 1997-2009 info@capebirdingroute.org
4 Crassula Way, Pinelands, 7405, Cape Town, South Africa



27/09/09: Dalton Gibbs reports back from Gough Island! Read the blog!

26/09/09: New Cape Town Pelagics trip report from trips of 12 and 19 September 2009.

30/08/09: British Birdwatching Fair at Rutland Water proved very successful, with sunny weather and over 20,000 visitors. Callan's "Birding Namibia and the Okavango" was the most highly-attended lecture on the Saturday, with over 240 people. Congratulations to the winners of the Birding Africa competition and the African Bird Club raffle that we helped sponsor!

12/08/09: New Cape Town Pelagics trip reports from August and July 2009. Highlights: Little Shearwater and more!

07/08/09: The sub-adult Black Sarrowhawk visits our garden again! Read on about Raptor Research in the Western Cape.

27/07/09: Cape Town's Verreauxs' Eagle Chick has grown! And its sibling never had a chance to hatch. See the pictures of the chick, its nest and the breeding pair. Find out more about the Western Cape Raptor Research Programme.

27/07/09: To follow modern nomenclature and systematics, we've adopted the IOC World Bird List, Version 2.1.

13/07/09: The 8th African Bird ID Challenge has launched! Win a 50% discount on a Cape Town Pelagics trip, a copy of Southern African Birdfinder, or African Bird Club membership for 1 year.

6 July 09: Cape White-eye research in our garden.

2 July 09: Cape Town's Verreauxs' Eagle Chick has hatched! See the pictures of the chick, its nest and the breeding pair. Find out more about the Western Cape Raptor Research Programme.

2 July 09: Campbell Fleming, a Cape Town scholar, avid birder and photographer, joined Birding Africa last month as an intern. Click here, to see what he got up to.

2 July 09: New pelagic trip reports from the Cape Town Pelagics trips in June 2009. Highlights: Slenderbilled Prion and Leach's Storm Petrel

30 july 09: Our latest Cape Fynbos and Karoo trip reports feature Hottentot Buttonquail, Cinnamon-breasted Warbler and other fynbos and Karoo endemics...

26 June 09: Tungsten mining threatens RAMSAR site, South Africa's Verlorenvlei. Read the Media Release.

22 June 09: Claire Spottiswoode, one of the Cape Birding Route founders, was part of the exploratory team at Mount Mabu. The mountain is part of the newly discovered largest rainforest in Southern Africa.

11 June 09: A colour-ringed Black Sparrowhawk visits the Birding Africa office garden. Read why it's a 10 months old male!

14 June 09:
Wildlife at the office of The Cape Birding Route, Birding Africa and Cape Town Pelagics.

31 May 09:
Michel Watelet wins the 7th African Bird Club & Birding Africa ID Challenge. Test your African birding skills and WIN a Birding Africa Cape town day trip or a copy of the Birdfinder!

30 May 09: A tragedy unfolds at Kommetjie south of Cape town as 44 beached False Killer Whales were shot. Click here for more details and pictures.

14 March 09: Raptor Watch in Cape Town on 14 March 09