Society for Nature Conservation

SABUKO (Society for Nature Conservation) is Birdlife Partner in Georgia. Our main directions are conservation of species and their habitats.

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SABUKO

Saving Species

Conservation of species, creating their monitoring schemes, decline the number of illegal killing and improving scientific knowledge is our main goals.

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Restoring Habitats

Protecting and restoring habitats is crucial for biodiversity.
Since 2019 SABUKO implements 4-year project Restoring Gallery Forest and Grasslands in the Iori River Valley.

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Empowering Locals

Empowering locals positively reflects on nature too. SABUKO is doing its best to support farmers and shepherds and elaborates study-based recommendations to improve their conditions.

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Raising Awareness

We permanently organize walking and birdwatching tours, events and campaigns, prepare educational materials, meet schools and eco-clubs and try to raise awareness of children and elders.

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Our Priorities

SAVING
SPECIES

RESTORING
HABITATS

EMPOWERING
LOCALS

RAISING
AWARENESS

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The Difference
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In the latest document SABUKO summarized its work and all the important events and activities, implemented in 2019 in 4 main directions: Saving Species, Restoring Habitats, Empowering Locals and Raising Awareness.
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Conservation of Eastern Imperial Eagle in Georgia
The aim of the project was to address constraints of Imperial Eagles in Georgia and increase the local a population. To achieve this aim, we employed direct conservation measures, supplemented by awareness-raising and involvement of the local communities.
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Conservation of Batumi Flyway
Programme was initiated in order to contribute to the valuable decrease of bird killings in Batumi Flyway. For this goal, we intend to provide (1) Systematic monitoring and field survey in 4 surrounding villages located in project target area, (2) Engagement of local communities, hunters, falconers and project stakeholders in conservation activities and (3) Increasing public awareness among local communities and broader civil society.

MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM

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Free attendance at Sabuko’s trainings and workshops

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Participation in field trips and expeditions

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Educational materials on Georgian and English languages

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Bird shaped wooden brooches

By supporting SABUKO, you will help secure the future of vulnerable wild birds and their environment in Georgia. We depend on the generosity of our supporters to maintain our vital conservation work. Thank you for your support – it really does make a difference.

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Awareness Raising
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Urban Birding

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Educational Activities

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Educational Materials

SABUKO BIRD APP
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Learning Birds

Photos, voices and other relevant details of species, that will help you to detect the species populated in Georgia is collected and presented in the app

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Collecting Data

Add your own observation into the database of the app – the species, location, gender, number and other details, that will help us to improve our scientific data

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Maps

Use the app even while being offline and find out which species have been observed nearby your location by other users

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Quizes

Check and deepen your knowledge through interesting and fun quizzes

How to find SABUKO
SABUKO (Society for Nature Conservation) is Birdlife Partner in Georgia. Our main directions is conservation of species and their habitats. Our mission is to promote the conservation of wildlife in Georgia and to increase the valuation of nature by the public and to encourage the sustainable use of natural resources.
POSTAL ADRESS

Vano Sarajishvili str. 3a, Tbilisi, Georgia

WORK HOURS

Monday-Friday 10:00-19:00

MORE INFORMATION

(0322) 90 74 93

EMAIL ADRESS