The Western Cape, including the Overberg, is increasingly seen as a stronghold for the threatened Denham’s Bustard (Neotis denhami). So much so that while the global population is falling
A number of South African companies have a Blue Crane in their logo. But it’s not often that we find out just how a company came to feature a Blue Crane on the logo.
It’s one thing to identify birds by their colours. But it’s something else to identify birds by their eggs. And yet most bird species that the Overberg Crane Group monitors and protects have quite distinct egg shapes, sizes
Cape Gannet might not breed in the Overberg, but they do live on our coastline, and have a couple of favourite Overberg spots. And while the Cape Gannet is not specifically on our Overberg Crane Group watchlist
The Grootbos Foundation and partners have conducted seven transect flushes, walking through our beautiful Overberg fynbos to find the enigmatic Fynbos Buttonquail (Turnix hottentottus).
It was about more than conservation 30 years ago, when the Overberg Crane Group first launched. For these founding members of the OCG, they went on a deeply