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SABAP2012 progress 2012-10-24
SABAP2012 progress 2012-10-24
SABAP2012 progress 2012-10-24
SABAP2012 progress 2012-10-24
SABAP2012 progress 2012-10-24
SABAP2012 progress 2012-10-24
SABAP2012 progress 2012-10-24
SABAP2012 progress 2012-10-24
SABAP2012 progress 2012-10-24
SABAP2012 progress 2012-10-24
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SABAP2012 progress 2012-10-24

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This slideshow shows the quarterly progress with SABAP2012. We are making the movie of bird distribution, and we are the first place in the world to monitor in both space and time

This slideshow shows the quarterly progress with SABAP2012. We are making the movie of bird distribution, and we are the first place in the world to monitor in both space and time

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  • 1. Southern African Bird Atlas Project 2 SABAP2012 Visual progress with SABAP2012: January 2012 to October 2012 Les Underhill, Doug Harebottle and Michael Brooks Animal Demography Unit Department of Zoology University of Cape Town http://sabap2.adu.org.za SABAP2 – the most important bird conservation project in southern Africa
  • 2. Bird distributionsare continuously onthe moveThe objective ofSABAP2012 is to collectas much atlas data for2012 as possible, and tostart to develop the“movie” of birddistributions, with oneframe per year, ratherthan a long-term snapshot
  • 3. SABAP2 is a partnershipbetween the AnimalDemography Unit at theUniversity of Cape Town,BirdLife South Africa and theSouth African NationalBiodiversity Institute (SANBI)
  • 4. SABAP2012• We are aiming to get as much coverage in 2012 as we did in 2011• We achieved 31.61% in 2011• On 25 October 2012, we are on 26.15%• So we have 5.46% to go• That is 945 pentads!• The way to find the pentads not visited yet in 2012 is described in http://sabap2.adu.org.za/news.php?id=3293

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