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Our Beneficiaries and Missions PDF Print E-mail
In line with the many and diverse advantages of an aerial perspective, over the years The Bateleurs has supported an extensive list of beneficiaries with a wide-ranging (and sometimes surprising) list of objectives:  counting cranes’ eggs in nests, from the air, comes to mind.

60% of missions are for conservation or environmental NGOs.

15% of missions are for government and policy-makers within government
and related agencies.

15% of missions are for representatives of the media, engaged with documentary
research and/or investigative journalism.

10% of missions are for the youth and affected communities in respect of various environmental matters.

All flight requests are reviewed by the full Board of Directors, and there must be a minimum of three positive responses before a flight request can be approved.
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Beneficiary Organisations and Individuals PDF Print E-mail
Over the years The Bateleurs has provided aerial assistance to conservation and environmental organisations, educational institutions, government departments, legal representatives, the media, non-governmental organisations, parks and reserves, rural communities, and organisations representing the youth. 

Presented below (in alphabetical order) is a comprehensive list of the organisations and individuals for whom we have flown, since inception in 1998.

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  • Africa Geographic
  • African Conservation Trust (ACT)
  • Agricultural Research Council (ARC)
  • Air Force Base Makhado
  • Association for the Development of Protected Areas (ADAP)
  • Backyard Productions
  • Baviaanskloof Mega Reserve
  • Birdlife South Africa
  • Brits Bankeveld Bewarings Forum
  • Cape Leopard Trust
  • Cape Nature Conservation
  • Carte Blanche
  • Citizen, The
  • Clive Morris Productions
  • clouddog
  • Conservation Ecology Research Unit (CERU)
  • Conservation International
  • Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site
  • David McKenzie – Independent Producer for CNN
  • De Wildt Cheetah & Wildlife Trust
  • Department of Agriculture, Conservation, Environment & Land Affairs (DACEL)
  • Department of Economic Affairs, Environment & Tourism (DEAET), Eastern Cape
  • Department of Department of Water Affairs & Forestry (DWAF)
  • Development Alternatives Inc.
  • Durban Natural Science Museum
  • East London Coast Nature Reserves
  • Eastern Cape Parks Board
  • Ekonet
  • Elephant Trust
  • Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT)
  • Enviroworld Productions
  • Euronatur (Germany)
  • Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife
  • J. Michael Fay (Dr), National Geographic and the Wildlife Conservation Society
  • Friends of Steel Valley
  • Gaia Productions
  • GeaSphere
  • groundWork
  • Giant Sable Foundation
  • Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park
  • Heinrich Böll Stiftung, South Africa
  • Ian Player (Dr)
  • Independent Newspapers Cape
  • International Crane Foundation
  • Kaleidoscope for CNBC Africa
  • Kenya Wildlife Services
  • Kgalagadi Cheetah Project
  • KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife
  • Lephalale Municipality
  • Letsitele Park
  • Lil Farashah Productions
  • Magaliesberg Protection Association
  • Marakele Game Reserve
  • Mondi Wetlands Project and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
  • National Geographic Magazine
  • National Geographic, Netherlands
  • National Parks Support Group Trust
  • Norscot Koppies & Kingfisher Nature Reserve
  • North East Cape Crane Project
  • North West Parks and Tourism
  • Oceanographic Research Institute
  • Orange Vaal River Yellowfish Management & Conservation Association
  • Painted Dog Conservation
  • Paul Dutton (Ecologist)
  • Paul Hoffman (Advocate)
  • Peace Parks Foundation
  • Rare & Endangered Species Trust (REST), Namibia
  • Rhodes University - Terrestrial Ecology Research Unit (TERU)
  • Riverine Rabbit Working Group
  • Roddy Ward (Ecologist)
  • Royal Reserve, Swaziland
  • Rupert Lorimer Environmental Consultants
  • SA Birdlife
  • Sanwild Wildlife Trust
  • Save China’s Tigers Trust
  • University of KwaZulu-Natal - School of Biological and Conservation Sciences
  • Seringveld Conservancy
  • South African Crane Working Group
  • South African National Parks (SANParks)
  • Sustaining the Wild Coast
  • Tembe and Ndumo Game Reserves
  • Timberwatch Coalition
  • Transfrontier Parks
  • University of Cape Town – Avian Demography Unit
  • University of Cape Town – Sir Percy FitzPatrick Institute
  • University of KwaZulu Natal – School of Botany & Zoology
  • University of KwaZulu Natal – School of Environmental Sciences
  • University of Pretoria - Conservation Ecology Research Unit (CERU)
  • University of the North
  • University of the Witwatersrand – Department of Sociology
  • University of the Witwatersrand
  • Uplands Institute for Outreach and Environmental Education
  • Waterberg Plateau National Park
  • Wattled Crane Recovery Programme - Johannesburg Zo0
  • Wild Dog Project – Namibia Nature Foundation
  • WILD Foundation SA
  • Wildcare Africa Trust
  • Wilderness Foundation Germany
  • Wilderness Foundation South Africa
  • Wilderness Leadership School
  • Wildlife and Environmental Society of South Africa (WESSA)
  • Wildlife Conservation Society (Mike Fay)
  • Working for Water
  • Working for Wetland
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