3 nest boxed donated for Southern Ground Hornbill

February 2024
Helping to sustain the existing population of Southern Ground Hornbills in the Greater Kruger Region.

Thanks to our longstanding Ground Hornbill supporters, we were able to sponsor 3 new nest boxes for the 2024-2025 breeding season. These nests have been designed based on years of experience with installing artificial nests in suitable territories for Southern Ground Hornbills. The APNR Ground Hornbill Research Project has succeeded in bringing back a stable and thriving population of Ground Hornbill families on the western boundary of the Kruger National Park. 

Click here to read more about why we support the APNR Ground Hornbill Project, what it is like installing an artificial nest, and come on a nest monitoring mission with us. Subscribe for more updates about these nests in future.

Click here to donate your own Ground Hornbill Nest.

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